By T. OHOYAMA (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 32 of workforce III is a complement to quantity III/19 and offers with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds which include no less than one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32C presents complete and evaluated facts on magnetic homes of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major team components released typically within the prior decade.
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Magnetic phase diagram in a temperature - magnetic field plane, as determined by neutron diffraction in magnetic fields applied perpendicular to the c axis [88B1]. AF: collinear antiferromagnetic along c axis; C0, C1, C2, C3: double cone antiferromagnetics with the axis of the cones along the c axis. The cone angle increases with decreasing temperature or increasing field. Transition between two C phases are characterized by a kink in the temperature dependence of the cone angle. (1) and (2): field-induced transitions detected in experiments with the applied fields along reciprocal-lattice vectors  and  , respectively; (3): transitions observed in earlier study [84B1].
The c projection of the hexagonal D019 structure is shown in (a). Here Mn atoms are shown as open circles, while Sn atoms are shown as solid circles, the larger being at z = 1/4, the smaller at z = 3/4 for both Mn and Sn. Magnetic moments of Mn atoms on the three sublattices A, B and C essentially compensate making an equilateral triangle, in either of the two "inverse triangle" patterns shown in (b). Sn b For Fig. 57 see p. 6 Fig. 58. Mn3Sn. Spin-wave dispersion relations. Energy transfer vs. 6 [92R1].
2 2000 1600 0 [Ref. p. 59 1600 1200 800 400 2 5 8 11 14 Energy transfer hω [meV] 17 20 Fig. 57. Mn3Sn. Magnetic excitation spectra around the reciprocal lattice point (110) obtained through inelastic neutron scattering at temperatures 295 K (triangular phase) and 100 K (modulated phase) [93C2]. (a) Neutron intensity vs. 3 (constant-Q) at (110) at 295 K. (b) Same as (a) but at 100 K. (c) Neutron intensity vs. ζ in (11ζ ) (constantE) for បω =4 meV at 295 K. (d) Same as (c) but at 100 K. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref.