Pressure-assisted zinc bonding of microcrystalline Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]N[sub x] powders

Kuhrt, C.; O'Donnell, K.
June 1992
Applied Physics Letters;6/29/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 26, p3316
Academic Journal
Examines the pressure-assisted zinc bonding of microcrystalline Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]N[sub x] powders. Determination of the maximum room-temperature coercivity; Result of the improved magnetic decoupling of the grains; Formation of paramagnetic Fe[sub 3]Zn[sub 7] phase.


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