By R. Troc, W. Suski (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540467297

ISBN-13: 9783540467298

ISBN-10: 354055114X

ISBN-13: 9783540551140

Volume 19 if staff III bargains with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds. the quantity of data on hand during this box isso tremendous that quantity III/19 needed to be break up into a number of subvolumes. Subvolumes III/19a via III/19f deal with the intrinsic magnetic homes, i.e. these homes which rely in simple terms at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. to date, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b, III/19c, III/19d, III/19e and III/19f1 have seemed. Subvolume III/19f covers the magnetic homes of actinide components and their compounds. half 1 is anxious with the actinide components and their compounds with 3d, 4d and 5d-elements. the current half 2 comprises details on compounds with major team parts. A entire index of gear for volumes III/19a ... III/19f is integrated. info at the homes that depend upon the practise of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures, amorphous alloys or the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, of III/19, viz. III/19g, III/19h and III/19i, of which III/19g, III/19h and III/19i2 have already been published.

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Kubo-Toyabe (KT) zero-field @R relaxation rate crxr vs. 06 [90H2,90Hl]. 035with the Umoment of (10e3 ... lo-*)~a. 7K [91Hl]. 10’~ 8 lo-’ 2 L 6 B 1 2 L 6 K 10 I- Land&-BGmslcin New Series 111’1912 Ref. p. 5kOe(TF) . 2 - Fig. 32. UBe,,. 5 kOe [91Ll]. No change in gP+is seen at T,. This indicates that the penetration depth is very large (2 > 10000 A). The temperature-independent zerofield eP+gives proof of no magnetic order in UBe,, down to the lowest temperatures. Fig. 33. (U, Th)Be, 3. Normalized contribution of the electronic magnetism to the nf linewidth, S, vs.

The observed upturn in C,/T below 150 mK is required to conserve entropy. If superconductivity would not occur in UBe,,, the magnetic ordering at x 150 mK and H = 0 could be apparent. Compare these data with those given by [86Ml] and [87F3]. Landoh-FGmstcin New Series 111’19f2 Ref. p. 2 2 4 6 8 10 K 20 T- Fig. 59. UBe,,. Pressure dependence of C,/T for polycrystalline UBe,, [87Pl]. Pressure values are indicated in the figure. e20 K is given in logarithmic scale. 5 K of the p vs. 23 K/kbar, as in the electrical resistivity vs.

P. 2111 31 I! c 0 UBel3 1 2 3 4 5 % 6 x- d Fig. 18c,d. 0 b Fig. 19. UBe,, SC (a) Electrical resistivity p of singlecrystalline UBe,, vs. temperature. (b) shows the lowtemperature part on an expanded scale [8301]. 1 An-Be: figures [Ref. p. 211 300 p&m 250 0 01 0 I I I I I 50 100 150 200 250 K 3 I- 50 100 150 T- 200 250 K 300 Fig. 21. (U,Y)Be,,. Electrical resistivity p vs. T for polycrystalline solid solutions U, -,Y,BelJ [91A3]. 2-K-anomaly observed in pure UBe,,, in accordance with findings when other elements were partially substituted for U in UBe,, [84Sl, SSSZ].

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