Figures 479–513

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


Figures 479–513 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):

Al-Ce-Ir: Ce2Ir3Al9. Al-Ce-Rh: Ce2Rh3Al9. Al-R -Re: R7+xRe12Al61+y, R7Re12Al62, R8Re12Al60. Ce-Ga-Ir: Ce2Ir3Ga9. Ce-Ga-Rh: Ce2Rh3Ga9. Ce-Ge-Pd: Ce3Pd20Ge6. Ce-La-Pd-Si: LaxCe3–xPd20Si6. Ce-Pd-Si: Ce3Pd20Si6, CeRh3Al9. Ce-Rh: Ce2Rh3. Dy-Pd-Si: Dy3Pd20Si6. Er-Pd-Si: Er3Pd20Si6. Fe-R -Re: RFe10.8Re1.2. Fe-Re-Y : YFe10.8Re1.2. Gd-Pd-Si: Gd3Pd20Si6. Ho-Pd-Si: Ho3Pd20Si6. Nd-Pd-Si: Nd3Pd20Si6. Pd-Pr-Si: Pr3Pd20Si6. Pd-R -Si: R3Pd20Si6. Pd-Si-Sm: Sm3Pd20Si6. Pd-Si-Tb: Tb3Pd20Si6. Pd-Si-Tm: Tm3Pd20Si6. Pd-Si-Yb: Yb3Pd20Si6.


magnetic susceptibility electric resistance electric resistivity thermoelectric power magnetic moment heat capacity entropy magnetization magnetic ordering temperature 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Instytut FizykiUniwersytet ŚląskiKatowicePoland

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