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Author Shinjo, Toshihiko ♦ Teruya, B. ♦ Takada, Yoshichika ♦ Shinjo, Toshihiko Shigematsu* Teruya ♦ Bando, Yoshichika ♦ Takada, Toshio
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Metastable Phase ♦ Vapor-deposited Fesb Film ♦ Amorphous Alloy ♦ Mossbauer Line Width Increase ♦ Sb Content ♦ Fesb Alloy Film ♦ Bcc Alloy ♦ Simultaneous Vapor Deposition ♦ Magnetic Property ♦ Acetylcellulose Sheet ♦ Key Word ♦ Room Temperature ♦ Mossbauer Effect Measurement ♦ Various Composition ♦ Electron Diffraction ♦ Supersaturated Bcc Alloy
Abstract FeSb alloy films with various compositions were produced by simultaneous vapor depositions of Fe and Sb onto acetylcellulose sheets at room temperature. By electron diffraction and Mossbauer effect measurements, it was identified that 0-34 at%Sb is bcc alloy and 52-90 at%Sb is amorphous. In the supersaturated bcc alloys, the Mossbauer line width increases significantly with increasing Sb content. The amorphous alloys were stable up to about 405 K and they transformed to crystalline phases such as Fe,Sbz and FeSb,. The magnetic properties of the amorphous alloys are reported here. KEY WORDS: Electron diffraction / Mossbauer effect / Magnetic property / Stability of metastable phase /
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Publisher Date 1979-01-01