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High Pressure Materials Properties

Subvolume A: Magnetic Properties of d-Elements, Alloys and Compounds Under Pressure

Kaneko, T., Kanomata, T.

Kawazoe, Y., Kaneko, T., Uwatoko, Y. (Eds.)

2014, XV, 478 p. 377 illus.

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The subject of this Landolt-Börnstein volume is to present data on the magnetic properties of materials under pressure. Data for magnetic single metals, disordered and ordered alloys and compounds containing 3d elements as magnetic atoms are presented. This comprehensive set of data shows crystallographic data (space group, lattice constants) and magnetic properties such as magnetic moment, magnetic transition temperature, magnetization, magnetic structure, and others. Pressure derivatives or pressure coefficients of magnetic properties are given numerically for each material. In addition, pressure dependencies of magnetic properties and magnetic phase diagrams are also given graphically.

 

As well known, the data-compiling principle in the Landolt-Bӧrrnstein series is to choose the best reliable values from many available experimental data.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » compressibility - crystal structure - electric phase transition - electrical resistance - electronic state - insulator-metal transition - magnetic material - magnetic phase diagram - magnetic phase transition - magnetic structure - magnetic susceptibility - magnetization - magnetoresistance - magnetostriction - magnetovolume effect - phase transformation - phase transition - pressure effect - structural transformation - thermal expansion

Related subjects » Materials - Special types of Materials

Table of contents 

Introduction.- Iron Group 3d Elements.- Disordered Alloys.- Disordered Alloys Between 3d Elements.- Disordered Alloys Of 3d Elements With 4d Or 5d Elements.- Disordered Alloys Of 3d Elements With Nonmagnetic Elements.- Ordered Alloys And Intermetallic Compounds.- Binary Ordered Alloys And Intermetallic Compounds.- Ternary Ordered Alloys And Intermetallic Compounds.- Transition Metal Compounds.- Compounds Of 3d Elements With F, Cl, Br, And I.- Compounds Of 3d Elements With S, Se, And Te.- Compounds Of 3d Elements With N, P, As, Sb, And Bi.- Compounds Of 3d Elements With C, Si, Ge, And Sn.- Compounds Of 3d Elements With B, Al, Ga, And In.

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