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Magnetic Properties of Metals: Compounds of Rare Earth Elements with Main Group Elements (Volume 19) (English and German Edition) download epub

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Volume: III/19e2 Non-magnetic properties which depend to some extent on the magnetic.

Data are given on the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds which contain at least one transition element. Non-magnetic properties which depend to some extent on the magnetic state of the metallic system have been included.

Part 2’ of Volume 19 ‘Magnetic Properties of Metals’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter. Summary This document is part of Subvolume E1 ‘Compounds of Rare Earth Elements with Main Group Elements

Part 2’ of Volume 19 ‘Magnetic Properties of Metals’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter. Summary This document is part of Subvolume E1 ‘Compounds of Rare Earth Elements with Main Group Elements. Part 1’ of Volume 19 ‘Magnetic Properties of Metals’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter. Substances contained in this document (element systems and chemical formulae) Al-Cu-Gd: Gd(Cu1-xAlx)2.

During the last decades the knowledge of the magnetic properties of the d transition elements and of their metallic alloys and compounds has increased widely. Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements.

Volume 32 of Group III is a supplement to volume III/19 and deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds which contain at least one transition element. The present subvolume III/32D deals with the magnetic properties of rare earth elements (section . ), as well as with alloys and compounds of rare earth elements either with 4d or 5d elements (section . ) or with Be, Mg, Zn, Cd or Hg (section . ).

Volume 19 of Group III (Crystal and Solid State Physics) deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and . Subvolume III/19e is concerned with the magnetic data of the metallic compounds of rare earth elements with main group elements. It is divided into two parts.

Volume 19 of Group III (Crystal and Solid State Physics) deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds. those magnetic properties which depend only on the chemical composition and the crystal structure. Part III/19e2 came out last year; part III/19e1 is presented herewith.

Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements.

The data assembled in this booklet are selected from the comprehensive compilation of magnetic and related properties of metals in the Landolt-Bornstein New Series Group III sub volumes 19a, band c. It has been attempted to include preferentially those properties which are of a basic character and which therefore are most often needed by scientists active in the field of solid state magnetism. In the field of magnetism, there is a gradual transition from the use of cgs/emu units to SI units. The present part III/19e2 is the first to be published; part III/19e1 will follow shortly.

The rare earths form an especially interesting group of elements in the periodic table. This is the de Gennes formula for paramagnetic Curie temperatures of rare earth metals. For the most part they have three electrons in the valence shell or conduction band, and as the atomic number increases the inner lf shell is gradually filled up. The existence of an unfilled k£ shell leads to many interesting features in the electric and magnetic properties of these metals. The same result was also obtained by Brout and Suhl (1959) For the elements gadolinium to lutetium there is the relationship J L + S, so. Tcoo S2(J +i)/j. which is the Neel formula.

All the rare-earth metals except europium crystallize in one of four close-packed structures. The magnetic properties of the rare-earth metals, alloys, and compounds are very dependent on the number of unpaired 4 f electrons. As one proceeds along the lanthanide series from lanthanum to lutetium, the crystal structures change. The metals that have no unpaired electrons (scandium, yttrium, lanthanum, lutetium, and divalent ytterbium) are weakly magnetic, like many of the other non-rare-earth metals. The rest of the lanthanides, cerium through thulium, are strongly magnetic because they have unpaired 4 f electrons.

Magnetic Properties Of Metals book. Volume 19 of Group III (Crystal and Solid State Physics) deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds

Magnetic Properties Of Metals book. Volume 19 of Group III (Crystal and Solid State Physics) deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds.

Volume 19 of Group III (Crystal and Solid State Physics) deals with the magnetic properties of metals, alloys and metallic compounds. The amount available of information in this field is so substantial that several subvolumes are needed to cover it all. Subvolumes III/19a through III/19f treat the intrinsic magnetic properties, i.e. those magnetic properties which depend only on the chemical composition and the crystal structure. So far, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b and III/19c have appeared. Subvolume III/19e is concerned with the magnetic data of the metallic compounds of rare earth elements with main group elements. It is divided into two parts. Part III/19e2 came out last year; part III/19e1 is presented herewith. Data on the properties that depend on the preparation of the samples measured, as for instance, thin films, amorphous alloys or the magnetic alloys used in technical applications, are being compiled in the last subvolumes of III/19: III/19g and III/19h, of which III/19g has already appeared.
Magnetic Properties of Metals: Compounds of Rare Earth Elements with Main Group Elements  (Volume 19) (English and German Edition) download epub
Physics
Author: T. Kaneko
ISBN: 354018936X
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English German
Publisher: Springer; 1990 edition (March 23, 1990)
Pages: 519 pages