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Distribution of Transition Temperatures in Magnetic Transformations: Sources, E ects and Procedures to Extract Information from Experimental Data

AuthorsManchón-Gordón, Alejandro F.; López-Martín, Raul; Vidal-Crespo, Antonio; Ipus, John J.; Blázquez, Javier S.; Conde, Clara F.; Conde, A.
Issue Date2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationMetals, 10: 226 (2020)
AbstractThe presence of a distribution of transition temperatures (DTT) is ubiquitous in materials science. It is common to ascribe deviations from theoretical pure-phase behavior to this fact. To adapt the di erent pure phase models to systems with a DTT, the parameters of such distribution must be known or at least estimated. In this review, the di erent sources for the existence of such distributions and their e ects on magnetothermal properties are summarized. In addition, di erent models proposed to extract the parameters of the corresponding DTT are discussed and extended, starting from Weiss model, to account for other phenomenologies. Experimental results on amorphous Fe-Nb-B and intermetallic MnCo(Fe)Ge systems are also reported
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/met10020226
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