Nanoparticles of the Fe–Co–Ni ternary alloy, encapsulated in the carbon matrix of nanocomposites, have been synthesized, The structure, phase composition, and magnetic properties of the obtained materials have been determined with the help of diffractometry and magnetometry. It has been established that nanoparticles of the ternary alloy are formed due to solution of cobalt in the Fe–Ni alloy. The composition of the nanoparticles of the alloy depends on the mass percent ratio of the metas in the precursor. With growth of the iron content, nanoparticles of the ternary alloy with various composition are formed with FCC and BCC crystal lattice structure. As the synthesis temperature and relative iron content are increased, the magnetization of the Fe–Co–Ni/C nanocomposites increases from 26 to 157 A·m2/kg. The coercive force is determined by the synthesis temperature, the size of the nanoparticles, and the composition of the alloy, and its value varies from 330 to 43 Oe.
Fe–Со–Ni nanoparticles metal–carbon nanocomposites saturation magnetization coercive force squareness ratio IR heating
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