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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Description Of Magnetic Anisotropy And Spin-reorientation Transitions In Ndfe12-xmox And Ndfe12-xmoxn (x=1.0, 2.0, 3.0)
Author: Guslienko K.Yu.
Sinnecker E.H.C.P.
Grossinger R.
Abstract: NdFe12-xMOx and NdFe12-xMoxN (x=1,2,3) were investigated by studying the anisotropy field and the temperature or field-induced spin-reorientation transitions. The temperature dependence of the magnetic anisotropy field was determined by means of the singular-point-detection technique for polycrystalline aligned samples. A theoretical explanation of the magnetic anisotropy and the magnetic phase transitions is given. The temperature dependencies of the rare-earth anisotropy constants were calculated using the single-ion model within linear theory. Fitting the experimental data, a set of crystal-field and exchange-field parameters for Nd3+ ions was deduced. A first-order spin-reorientation transition from uniaxial to conical phase and a type-2 first-order magnetization process in the perpendicular field are calculated for NdFe11Mo. A canted magnetic structure and a type-1 first-order magnetization process in the axial field are predicted for NdFe12-xMoxN. A change of rare-earth anisotropy after nitrogenation was explained by a bonding charge and a superposition model. The calculated temperature dependence of the anisotropy fields in NdFe12-xMoxN is in good agreement with the experimental data over a wide temperature range. © 1996 American Institute of Physics.
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Date Issue: 1996
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