Bibliography of Magnetic Materials and Tabulation of by T. F. Connolly

By T. F. Connolly

This referenced compilation of magnetic transition temperatures represents (with the Addendum) papers really obtained via the RMIC via may well 1972 and contains lists (alphabetical by way of compounds), one for Curie and one for Neel temperatures. the place diversified values seemed within the literature for a unmarried compound, all are indexed with sepa­ fee references given for every. there's no test at serious evaluate, which, apart from a number of welt-studied and good­ characterised fabrics, may rarely be definitely worth the attempt. All that you can say for many of the compounds is that for a given fabric with a undeniable (or all too frequently doubtful) background of preparati'on and remedy, stoichiometry, homoge­ neity, and chemical or structural purity a magnetic transition used to be indicated on the temperature(s) indexed. merely while the explanations for various values are explicitly said within the literature do they seem as short reviews within the physique of the lists. so that it will contain the latest facts, and to dispose of the hold up thinking about recomposition of the lists, an addendum is equipped. whereas this calls for the perusal of 2 lists instead of one, it does make sure that the compilation represents the full RMIC assortment in the intervening time of going to press. The 2478 references are constrained to these papers specifying a Curie or Neel temperature and don't mirror the whole magnetics literature even for the fabrics indexed.

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03Sb 104 Mn 1. 7SSb 570 654 100-350 655 1876 Mn 1. 588 MnC1 2·2H 2O MnC12·4H20 654 588 90 at. 8 1234 MnFe03 58 490 78 228 x Mno. 7S Co O. 1)203 ~28 Mn 2• 76Fe O. 8 488 ± 10 N 1 78 N 226 Mn 3 . 14 111 460 ± 10 ' V 150 2004 342 150 650 153 567 Mn-30% Ni 400 164 1685 1033 Mn3GaN 298 568, 650 Mn O. 09 Mn 1 . 04 953 ± 10 2046 973 113 728 Mn O. 5 at. 7 at. 3 at. 4 at. 20 Mn-66 at. 5 1317 Mn 2Pd 3 Mn 2Pd 3 , phase 623 1603 f1. 5 2068 ",4 2068 NaCrS2 307 56, 1788 NaCrSe2 310 20,9, NaFe02 o. 7 1000 NdS 8 980 Ni 17CU ",,600 1692 NiF2 '" 73.

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60 59 x = 1. 90 TbPt 2 "V TbRh2 Tm6Fe23 475 630 Tm3FeS012 549 430 549 ± 2 741 1 11 ",17 257 12 ",40 257 TmNi 4 395 TmNi2 14 802 12? 7 77 1299 917, 1039 ±2 1050 T1FeF3 "V Tlo. sLao. 4 US "'130 Y 2. 3 540 U O. ISP4 141 1452 (continued) USe2 1092, 1094, 100 ±3 180 1093 1160 Y 3 _xBixFe SOl2 UP O. 7 2S 0. 4 2036 560-542 2036 560-541 327-394 ±1 ±1 1448 Y 3Ga 1. 5 2Gd o . 9 332 600 958 YFeo. 1 sAl o . 5) YFeo. 8 1792 (isotope effect (or Mg o . 8) = 1. 0) "-' 500 "-'620 negligible) ±2 247 31 NEEL TEMPERATURE Temperature Material (oK) (oK) 1790, 1803 40 1176 AgCrSe 2 50 1176 AgDy 53-65 (elec.

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