Nanostructure of mechanically alloyed zinc-bonded Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]N[sub x] magnets

Kuhrt, C.; Cerva, H.; Schultz, L.
February 1994
Applied Physics Letters;2/7/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p797
Academic Journal
Examines the nanostructure of Sm[sub 2]Fe[sub 17]N[sub x]-based magnets by transmission electron microscopy. Separation of the grains by zinc-rich phase; Effects of gamma-FeZn on the lattice planes in grain boundary region; Provision of magnetic decoupling in the grains by nonmagnetic phase.


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