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O- Tc Tc Pm, Tc vs. D)z vs. dso- Properties Figures P. d% 18 T, vs. & %oNi,oP,,B, 6221& Pm,4 =c ho 4 PTW Bs =c he 4 critical exponents as TC 295 as*xg-I vs. T AT, vs. 3hPM’%& D 42 Tc D vs. l)75PdW, Properties Figures Tables Composition range 18 20 9b 45 9b 140 18 9b 18 45 18 44 18 45 45 44 D Tc. 06)90- Fe-Ni-Si-B Fe,,Ni,,Si,,B, VITROVAC 4 xi=n critical exponents us, 4 Tc. ,, To T, vs. x h,, Tc vs. 67h0 0$x530 L-07 d T,ldp vs. 60),5PI,%& 140 Tc Tc Tc Co-Ni-P (Co,-,NiJ,,P,, T,, TX vs. SB15Si5 PFe.
Paramagnetic properties. XP lo+ cm3/g Xm-Lore 10-4cm3/mo! Xm Q 10U6cm3/moI K Remarks Berr,co T pa K Ref. 00 600 K 700 b x- Fig. 18. 1,0. (a) Reciprocal of magnetic susceptibility, xi l, as a function of temperature, T. TM, as a function of Mn content, x [86Yl]. Kobe, Ferchmin Landolt-Kmstein New Series 111/19h Ref. p. 3 Amorphous 3d-M: paramagnetic properties 100 50 150 200 250 K 300 45 55 55 65 85 15 x- TReciprocal magnetic volume susFig. 19. Co,,Sn,,. ceptibility, H/4nM (dimensionless, in cgs-units) of a sputtered specimen as a function of temperature, T [82MlO].
Fe-P-As, FeMn-P and Fe-Ni-B-P alloys [77Sl], sputtered Ni-Y alloys [78Ll], Fe-Ni-B-Si alloys [80Gl]. After . l %&&qq 5 0 100 200 300 r,- 400 500 600 K 700 Fig. 16. FesiP,,As,, Fe,sTa,,, Fe,&r,,B,,, Fe,,Cr20B15, Fe6&rd15, Fe75CrloP15, R$LBloPl,, Ratio of the number of magnetic car%N6~Bl~Plo. riers per atom calculated from the Curie-Weiss constant and from the saturation magnetization at OK, qc/qs (defined by& = qc(qc+ q)&, andp,, = qspB,respectively), as a function of Curie temperature, Tc (RhodesWohlfarth plot).