By H. R. Kirchmayr (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)

Volume 19 of crew III (Crystal and strong country Physics) offers with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds. the volume of knowledge to be had during this box is so gigantic that numerous subvolumes are had to hide all of it. Subvolumes III/19a via III/19f deal with the intrinsic magnetic homes, i.e. these magnetic homes which rely simply at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. up to now, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b, III/19c and III/19e2 have seemed; III/19e1 is due within the close to destiny. Subvolume III/19d is anxious with the magnetic information of steel compounds of infrequent parts with the 3d, 4d and 5d transition parts. the current half III/19d2 is the 1st to be released; half III/19d1 will persist with presently. information at the houses that rely on the education of the samples measured, as for example, skinny movies, amorphous alloys or the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, are being compiled within the final subvolumes of III/19: III/19g, III/19h and III/19i, of which III/19g has already appeared.

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Table 18b. Atomic [74 M IO]. 883(3) 0 0 0 0 0 Er(1) Er(2) Er (3) Ni 3b 6c 18f 18f 0 0 - Table 18d. Atomic positions in YsNi, - P4,2,2 space group [77 L 11. Y(2) Y(3) Co(l) co (2) Table 18~. Atomic sites in DysNi, C2/m space group [75 M 91. 7 R-3d: R,M, 48 [Ref. p. 405 Ni, oy 0 a Ni ‘/L < x c 3/L b 3/bc x < 5/k Fig. 44. Linkage of trigonal prisms in Y,Ni, in projection down a. Large circles represent Y atoms, small circles in the centers of the prisms, the Ni atoms. The inscribed numbers correspond to the x parameters multiplied by 100.

Magnetic properties of R&o compounds. 2 K in fields of 60 kOe. 2 K in pulsed fields of 160kOe. 2 K in fields of 30 kOe. Temperature of the peak in initial susceptibility. Determined in pulsed magnetic field. 2K. 5 . 05 9 63 52 2 0 ‘? 7 IO Table 5b. Magnetic properties of R,Ni compounds. 2 K in fields of 60 kOe. 2K in fields of 70 kOe. 2 K in pulsed field of 160kOe. Temperature of the peak in initial susceptibility. d. 1 R-3d: R,M 2 [Ref. p. 405 2 PB R&o /' /c- R = Nd R = Nd R3Ni PB /' 1 Ed 1 0 0 40 80 120 kOe 160 0 H- &O 80 120 kOe 160 H- Fig.

Coordination polyhedra in projection along the c axis of Er,Ni, structure. (a),(b) and (c) show, respectively, the Er(l)-, Er(2)- and Er(3)ccntrcd coordination polyhedra. (d) Trigonal prism of Er atoms surrounding one Ni atom (x) with three outer atoms: 2Er+ Ni [74 M lo]. Fig. 42. Stacking of polyhedra along the c axis in one hexagonal ccl1 of Er,Ni,. Successively, one regular octahedron of Er atoms ccntred at the origin (z=O), the CN16 polyhedron centred at Er(2)as described in Fig. 41(b), and the CN14 polyhedron centred at Er(1) at z=1/2 as described in Fig.

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