The temperature dependence of the magnetic hyperfine fields for19F in Ni have been studied between 550K and 640K, with the TDPAD method. The critical exponents beta, delta and gamma were determined. Beam heatup effects are also discussed.
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Ekwall, B., Johansson, K., Lidbjörk, P. et al. Critical behaviour of19F hyperfine fields in Ni near the Curie temperature. Hyperfine Interact 16, 621–624 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02147327
- Thin Film
- Curie Temperature
- Critical Exponent
- Critical Behaviour
- Hyperfine Field