By U. Gradmann (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 19 of team III (Crystal and sturdy country Physics) offers with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds. the volume of data to be had during this box is so titanic that a number of subvolumes are had to disguise all of it. the 1st subvolumes deal with the intrinsic magnetic houses, i. e. these magnetic houses which count in basic terms at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. to this point, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b and III/19c have seemed. information at the houses that rely on the guidance of the samples measured, as for example, skinny movies or amorphous alloys and the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, are being compiled within the final subvolumes of III/19. within the first of those, subvolume III/19g, magnetic houses are given for numerous significant kinds of crystalline and amorphous skinny magnetic movies which are supported by way of a substrate and for which a roughly coherent staff of information is out there. The homes of sputtered steel amorphous motion pictures containing 3d transition components might be handled within the following subvolume.
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19g Ref. p. , 0 v -20 . -40 -60 - -80 -100 -’ vb Fig. 13. FeNi+ films. Uniform bulk concentration of oxygen, vs. bias voltage V,, as determined by various techniques. 4 pm. Si-substrate [SOH 11. 80 &km 60 I ar 4o 20 0 60 Oe 40 I s” 20 0 60 Oe I 40 2? 20 Oxygen - Fig. 14. FeNids films. Electrical resistivity Q, coercive force H, and the perpendicular magnetic anisotropy field Hi vs. oxygen content [8OH I]. Land&-Biirnstein New Series 111/19g Wijn [Ref. = 82 E20 z 10 81 80 -50 V -110 -80 -NO -170 -200 0 --b Fig.
Lattice constants a and c and the volume saturation magnetization M, vs. the concentration of nitrogen in as-deposited films [82 M 21. 0 KA -iii - 70 [Ref. p. 0 Fig. 39. CoNids lilms. Preferred crystal orientation factor F vs. film thickness t for various substrates [85 L I]. 6 Fig. 38. CoNi-3s films. (a) Prcferrcd crystal orientation factor F and the coercive force. H, for various chemical compositions. Co,,,Ni,,, denotes no additional elcmcnts. (b) H, vs. l pm. Open triangles: Co,,Ni,,,. solid triangles: (Co,~,Ni,~,),,,,M,,,, [82 M 33.
Thin Films by U. Gradmann (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)