Effect of hydrogen on the magnetic behavior of CoFeCrSiB amorphous alloys
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Alloying with Fe caused a non-monotonic change in the soft magnetic properties of Co71−XFeXCr7Si8B14 alloys. Hydrogenation caused a progressive deterioration in the soft magnetic properties. The differences in the response of the alloys is possibly due to a non-systematic variation in the inter-atomic exchange interactions which modulates the dipole moment, and due to introduction of internal stresses on hydrogen charging.
KeywordsAmorphous Alloy Hydrogen Charge Soft Magnetic Property Hydrogen Effect Hysterisis Loop
The authors are grateful to Prof. P. Svec of Institute of Physics, Slovakia for kindly providing the samples used in the present study. Financial support from the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India to carry out this work is gratefully acknowledged.
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