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Autori: Alina-Daniela Crisan, Radu Nicula, Ovidiu Crisan, and Eberhard Burkel
Editorial: Elsevier Science, Materials Science and Engineering C - Biomimetic and Supramolecular Systems, doi:10.1016/j.msec.2006.06.033, p.in print, 2006.
The Fe–Pt-rich alloys has recently attracted a lot of interest for their potential development of the hard magnetic L10 (also denoted γ1) FePt phase with high magnetocrystalline anisotropy. An alloy with the nominal composition Fe65Pt25Nb2B8 has been synthesised by rapid quenching of the melt. The phase evolution in the as-cast ribbons was monitored by energy dispersive X-ray diffraction of the synchrotron radiation. It is shown that the Fe65Pt25Nb2B8 alloy is completely crystallized in the as-cast state. With increasing temperature a partial disorder–order phase transformation with occurrence of hard magnetic L10 phase is observed. This transformation is directly related to thermal and pressure effects in the sample. With applying pressure, the phase transformation between cubic and tetragonal FePt symmetry is more pronounced and is accompanied by a strong uniaxial lattice expansion. The results are extremely promising for the direct formation from the melt of an exchange coupled hard–soft magnetic alloy with initial formation of the tetragonal hard magnetic L10 FePt phase.
Cuvinte cheie: FePt alloys; Synchrotron radiation; Nanocomposite magnets; X-ray diffraction