Microstructure, magnetic properties and spontaneous magnetostriction of Tb0.2Pr0.8(Fe0.4Co0.6)x

Z.J. Guo, Simon Busbridge, Z.D. Zhang, X.G. Zhao, D.Y. Geng, B.W. Wang

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Abstract

The microstructure, magnetic properties and magnetostriction of Tb 0.2Pr0.8(Fe0.4Co0.6)x (1.65⩽×⩽1.90) alloys has been studied. The Curie temperatures for the 1:2 and 1:3 phases decrease with increasing x, whereas the saturation magnetization increases with increasing x. The remanent magnetization remains almost constant for all the samples and the coercivity decreases with increasing x. The spontaneous magnetostriction (λ111) estimated from the splitting of the (440) lines is found to decrease with increasing e. The largest λ111 recorded for Tb0.2Pr0.8(Fe 0.4Co0.61)1.65 is 2900 ppm at room temperature
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3217-3218
Number of pages2
JournalIEEE transactions on magnetics
Volume36
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2000

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    Guo, Z. J., Busbridge, S., Zhang, Z. D., Zhao, X. G., Geng, D. Y., & Wang, B. W. (2000). Microstructure, magnetic properties and spontaneous magnetostriction of Tb0.2Pr0.8(Fe0.4Co0.6)x. IEEE transactions on magnetics, 36(5), 3217-3218.