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|Title: ||Spin orientation and spontaneous magnetostriction of multicomponent Tb[sub x]Dy[sub 1-x-y]Pr[sub y](Fe[sub 0.9]B[sub 0.1])[sub 1.93] Laves phases|
|Authors: ||Ren, W. J.|
Or, Derek Siu-wing
Chan, Helen L. W.
Li, W. F.
Zhao, X. G.
Song, X. P.
Zhang, Z. D.
|Subjects: ||Laves phases|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2004 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on magnetics, July 2004, v. 40, no. 4, p. 2766-2768|
|Abstract: ||The spin orientation and spontaneous magnetostriction of multicomponent Tb[sub x]Dy[sub 1-x-y]Pr[sub y](Fe[sub 0.9]B[sub 0.1])[sub 1.93] (0.10 ≤ x ≤ 0.25, 0.30 ≤ y ≤ 0.60) Laves phases were studied by step-scanning their (440) X-ray diffraction lines. The easy magnetization direction (EMD) of the Laves phases changed from the <100> to <111> axis when x was increased from 0.10 to 0.25. With increasing y, the EMD of Tb[sub 0.15]Dy[sub 0.85-y]Pr[sub y](Fe[sub 0.9]B[sub 0.1])[sub 1.93] and Tb[sub 0.2]Dy[sub 0.8-y]Pr[sub y](Fe[sub 0.9]B[sub 0.1])[sub 1.93] Laves phases reoriented from the <100> to <111> axis. The magnetostriction coefficient λ111 of Tb[sub x]Dy[sub 1-x-y]Pr[sub y](Fe[sub 0.9]B[sub 0.1])[sub 1.93] Laves phases increased
with increasing x (or y) when y (or x) was kept constant.|
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