ISBN-10:
3540534857
ISBN-13:
9783540534853
Pub. Date:
07/01/1991
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Magnetic Properties of Metals: d-Elements, Alloys and Compounds / Edition 1

Magnetic Properties of Metals: d-Elements, Alloys and Compounds / Edition 1

by H.P.J. Wijn

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ISBN-13: 9783540534853
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 07/01/1991
Series: Data in Science and Technology
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991
Pages: 190
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

1 3d elements.- 1.1 Ti, V, Cr, Mn.- 1.1.1 Ti.- 1.1.2 V.- 1.1.3 Cr.- 1.1.4 Mn.- 1.1.5 References for 1.1.- 1.2 Fe, Co, Ni.- 1.2.1 Phase diagrams, lattice constants.- 1.2.2 Paramagnetic properties.- 1.2.3 Spontaneous magnetization, magnetic moments and high-field susceptibility.- 1.2.4 Magnetocrystalline anisotropy constants.- 1.2.5 Magnetostriction coefficients.- 1.2.6 Magnetic moments and densities.- 1.2.7 Hyperfine fields.- 1.2.8 Spin wave properties.- 1.2.9 g factors.- 1.2.10 Fermi surfaces, band structures, exchange energies and electron spin polarizations.- 1.2.11 Kerref effect.- 1.2.12 References for 1.2.- 2 Alloys between 3d elements.- 2.1 Alloys between Fe, Co or Ni.- 2.1.1 Phase diagrams, lattice parameters.- 2.1.2 Paramagnetic properties.- 2.1.3 Hyperfine magnetic fields, isomer shifts.- 2.1.4 Spin waves.- 2.1.5 Atomic magnetic moment, g and g’factor.- 2.1.6 Spontaneous magnetization, Curie temperature.- 2.1.7 High-field susceptibility.- 2.1.8 Magnetocrystalline anisotropy.- 2.1.9 Magnetostriction.- 2.1.10 References for 2.1.- 2.2 Alloys between Ti, V, Cr or Mn.- 2.2.1 V-Ti.- 2.2.2 Cr-Ti.- 2.2.3 Cr-V.- 2.2.4 Mn-V.- 2.2.5 Mn-Cr.- 2.3 Alloys of Fe, Co or Ni and Ti, V., Cr or Mn.- 2.3.1 Fe-Ti.- 2.3.2 Fe-V.- 2.3.3 Fe-Cr.- 2.3.4 Fe-Mn.- 2.3.5 Co-Ti.- 2.3.6 Co-Cr.- 2.3.7 Co-Mn.- 2.3.8 Ni-Ti.- 2.3.9 Ni-V.- 2.3.10 Ni-Cr.- 2.3.11 Ni-Mn.- 2.3.12 Mn-V-Cr.- 2.3.13 Fe-V-Cr.- 2.3.14 Fe-Co-Ti.- 2.3.15 Fe-Co-Cr.- 2.3.16 Fe-Co-Mn.- 2.3.17 Fe-Ni-V.- 2.3.18 Fe-Ni-Cr.- 2.3.19 Fe-Ni-Mn.- 2.3.20 Co-Ni-Mn.- 2.3.21 References for 2.2 and 2.3.- 3 4d and 5d elements.- 3.1 Introduction to the paramagnetism of 4d and 5d transition metals.- 3.2 Magnetic susceptibility.- 3.3 References for 3.- 4 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements and 4d or 5d elements.- 4.1 3d elements and Zr, Nb, Mo or Hf, Ta, W., Re.- 4.1.1 Introduction.- 4.1.2 Ti and V alloys and compounds.- 4.1.3 Cr alloys and compounds.- 4.1.4 Mn alloys and compounds.- 4.1.5 Fe alloys and compounds.- 4.1.6 Co and Ni alloys and compounds.- 4.1.7 References for 4.1.- 4.2 3d elements and Ru, Rh, Pd or Os, Ir, Pt.- 4.2.1 3d-rich alloys.- 4.2.2 Concentrated alloys and intermetallic compounds.- 4.2.2.0 Introduction.- 4.2.2.1 Sc, Ti, and V alloys and compounds.- 4.2.2.2 Cr alloys and compounds.- 4.2.2.3 Mn alloys and compounds.- 4.2.2.4 Fe alloys and compounds.- 4.2.2.5 Co alloys and compounds.- 4.2.2.6 Ni alloys and compounds.- 4.2.3 4d-and 5d-rich alloys.- 4.2.4 References for 4.2.- 5 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements.- 5.1 3d elements and Cu, Ag or Au.- 5.1.1 Tables and figures containing data-on various alloys and compounds of the type 3d-(Cu, Ag, Au).- 5.1.2 Data on individual alloys and compounds.- 5.1.2.1 3d-Cu.- 5.1.2.2 3d-Ag.- 5.1.2.3 3d-Au..- 5.1.3 References for 5.1.- 5.2 3d elements with Be, Mg or Zn.- 5.2.1 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Be.- 5.2.2 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Mg.- 5.2.3 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Zn.- 5.2.4 References for 5.2.- 5.3 3d elements and B., A1 or Ga.- 5.3.1 Survey of tables and figures.- 5.3.2 3d-B alloys and compounds.- 5.3.3 3d-Al alloys and compounds.- 5.3.4 3d-Ga alloys and compounds.- 5.3.5 References for 5.3.- 5.4 3d elements and C., Si, Ge, Sn or Pb.- 5.4.1 Ti and Valloys and compounds.- 5.4.2 Cralloys and compounds.- 5.4.3 Mn alloys and compounds.- 5.4.4 Fe alloys and compounds.- 5.4.5 Co and Ni alloys and compounds.- 5.4.6 References for 5.4.- 6 Alloys and compounds between 4d or 5d elements and main group elements.- 6.1 Compounds of Zr.- 6.2 Alloys and compounds of Nb.- 6.3 Compounds of Mo.- 6.4 Alloys and compounds of Pd.- 6.5 Compounds of Hf.- 6.6 Compounds of Ta.- 6.7 Compounds of W.- 6.8 Alloys and compounds of Pt.- 6.9 References for 6.- 7 Heusler alloys.- 7.1 Ferromagnets X2MnZ with X=d element.- 7.2 Antiferromagnets X2MnZ with X=3d element.- 7.3 Ferromagnets X2YZ for Y 4? Mn.- 7.4 Paramagnets X2YZ withX, Y=3d element.- 7.5 References for 7.- 8 Metallic perovskites.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Magnetic and related data of McX Mnf3 compounds.- 8.3 References for8.- Appendix: Contents of the volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series (Group III, Vols. 19a-c) dealing with magnetic properties of metals based on d elements.

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