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Figures 345–410

Compounds of rare earth elements and 4d and 5d elements
  • G. ChełkowskaEmail author
Part of the Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter book series

Abstract

Figures 345–410 concerning the magnetic properties of compounds of rare earth elements and 4d and 5d elements.

This document is part of Subvolume D 'Rare Earth Elements, Alloys and Compounds' of Volume 32 'Magnetic Properties of Metals', which forms a supplement to Volume 19.

Substances considered within this document (element system and chemical formula):

Ba-Ni-Sn: BaNiSn3. Be-Ca-Ge: CaBe2Ge2. Cr-Si-Th: ThCr2Si2. Dy-Rh-Si: Dy2Rh3Si5. Dy-Ru-Si: DyRu2Si2. Er-Rh-Si: Er2Rh3Si5. Eu-Pd-Pt-Si: Eu(Pd1–xPtx)2Si2. Eu-Pd-Si: EuPd2Si2. Gd-Ge-Ru: GdRu2Ge2. Gd-Ir-Si: GdIr2Si2, GdIrSi3. Gd-Os-Si: GdOs2Si2. Gd-Pd-Si: GdPd2Si2. Gd-Pt-Si: GdPt2Si2. Gd-Rh-Si: Gd2Rh3Si5, GdRh2Si2. Gd-Ru-Si: GdRu2Si2. Ge-Ru-Tb: TbRu2Ge2. Ho-Rh-Si: Ho2Rh3Si5. Ho-Ru-Si: HoRu2Si2. Ir-Si-Tb: TbIr2Si2, TbIrSi3. Pd-Rh-Si-Tb: TbRh2–xPdxSi2. Pd-Ru-Si-Tb: TbRu2–xPdxSi2. Pd-Si-Tb: TbPd2Si2. Rh-Ru-Si-Tb: TbRh0.25Ru1.75Si2. Rh-Si-Tb: Tb2Rh3Si5, TbRh2Si2, TbRhSi3, Rh-Si-Tm: Tm2Rh3Si5. Rh-Tb: TbRh1.2, TbRh2–x. Ru-Si: Ru0.8Si2.RuxSi2. Ru-Si-Tb: TbRu2Si2.

Keywords

magnetic susceptibility magnetic moment heat capacity magnetostriction magnetic structure magnetic phase diagram Néel temperature lattice parameters magnetic structure wavevector components cell structure 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Instytut FizykiUniwersytet ŚląskiKatowicePoland

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