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Journal of Materials Science

, Volume 42, Issue 8, pp 2675–2677 | Cite as

Effect of transition metal (TM) on the crystallization and the magnetic properties of Fe62Co10Si10B13Nb4TM1 melt-spun ribbons

  • Hyang-Yeon KimEmail author
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Abstract

Crystallization and magnetic behavior of melt-spun Fe62Co10Si10B13Nb4TM1 amorphous ribbon where TM = Ni, Cr, V, Pd, Pt, Ti, Ta and Zr were examined. The alloy with Pt as transition metal showed the lowest crystallization temperature of 823 K among the studied alloys. Significant increase in crystallization temperature was observed when the atomic radius of the substituted transition metal was varied from that of Pt. High Curie temperature and high saturation magnetization were recognized for the alloys containing Pd, Pt or Ti. The amorphous alloys except the alloys containing Ti or V showed good soft magnetic properties.

Keywords

Curie Temperature Saturation Magnetization Crystallization Temperature Atomic Radius High Curie Temperature 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Materials ResearchTohoku UniversitySendaiJapan
  2. 2.R&D TeamILJIN Electric Co., Ltd.SeoulKorea

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