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Changes of thermal, mechanical and magnetic properties of an amorphous Fe80Cr5B15 alloy during magnetic and structural phase transitions


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Thermal, mechanical and thermomagnetic properties associated with the magnetic and structural transition of an amorphous Fe80Cr5B15 alloy are described. The investigation was carried out in a simultaneous dilatometric and thermomagnetic experiment. An anomaly of the thermal expansion coefficient at the Curie point and a change in mechanical properties just before the onset of crystallization are observed. The results are compared with the thermal behavior obtained by differential scanning calorimetry.










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1 - 6 - 2006


  • Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1525, Budapest, POB 49, Hungary
  • Vacuum Technology Transfer Center, Technical University of Koszalin, 75-620, Koszalin, Poland


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