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By T. OHOYAMA (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)

Volume 32 of team III is a complement to quantity III/19 and bargains with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and metal compounds which comprise no less than one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32C presents complete and evaluated facts on magnetic houses of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major team components released almost always within the earlier decade.

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The c projection of the orthorhombic unit cell. Full line: z ≈ 0, 1/2; long-dashed line: z = 1/4; short-dashed line: z = 3/4 [84O1]. b a Mn Ge Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref. p. 5 100 150 a 7 200 250 300 Temperature T [K] 350 0 50 400 b 150 250 350 Temperature T [K] 450 550 x=0 –4 Resistivity ρ [10 Ωcm] 6 TC 5 4 3 2 1 0 50 100 c 150 200 250 300 Temperature T [K] 350 400 Fig. 53. Mn1–xFexGe4 high-pressure synthesized. Temperature dependence of (a) the mass magnetization σ in a magnetic field of 10 kOe [93T1], (b) the Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C reciprocal magnetic mass susceptibility χ g−1 [93T1], and (c) the electrical resistivity ρ for x = 0, MnGe4 [90T1].

68. Mn1–xFexSn2. Hyperfine field Hhyp at 57Fe at 13 K and 77 K plotted against the composition parameter x. 2 K, respectively [93S2, 93S4]. 0 CoSn2 Fig. 69. Mn1–xCoxSn2. Magnetic phase diagram in a composition - temperature plane. The data were obtained from dc (1, 2) and ac (3) susceptibility measurements. The temperature below which the field cooling effect is observed is also plotted (4) [90S1]. P: paramagnetic; SG: spin glass; AF: antiferromagnetic. Magnetic structure types I and II are described in the caption of Fig.

59 Fe Sn, z = 0 Sn, z = ½ FeSn2 C' C B a b a b A b Fig. 107. Antiferromagnetic structure FeSn2. proposed to explain both Mössbauer-spectroscopy [85L1, 87V2] and neutron- powder-diffraction [85V1] data. Projections onto tetragonal c plane. The Fe magnetic moments at z = 1/4 and 3/4 are parallel to each other and stay in the c plane. (a) Collinear structure between TN = 378 K and Ttr = 93 K. The Fe moments, which are oriented along <100> (± [010] are chosen in the figure) at TN (β = 45°), rotate continuously by 19° (β =26°) with decreasing temperature.

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