Mechanically alloyed and gas-phase carbonated highly coercive Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]C[sub x]

Kuhrt, C.; Katter, M.
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/20/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 16, p2029
Academic Journal
Examines the microcrystalline Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]C[sub x] powders with high carbon content. Preparation of the microcrystalline powders by mechanical alloying; Magnetic properties of the Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]C[sub x] powder; Ways to magnetically harden the interstitial Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]C[sub x] phase.


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