Consequenses of the magnetocaloric effect on magnetometry measurements

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Consequenses of the magnetocaloric effect on magnetometry measurements

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American Institute of Physics
Keywords
  • Magnetization Curves Recorded At High Sweep-Rates On Magnetic Materials Near A Phase Transition Temp
  • This Change In The Sample Temperature Is A Result Of The Quasiadiabatic Conditions That Can Occur Un
  • La(Fe0
  • 945Co0
  • 055)11
  • 9Si1
  • 1 And Gd5Si2Ge2
  • We Show How A Quantity Calculated From Isothermal Magnetization Curves
  • The Magnetic Entropy Change
  • ΔSm
  • Is Affected By The Erroneous Data
  • As ΔSm Is A Measure Of The Magnetocaloric Effect
  • The Discrepancies Demonstrated Here Are More Severe Close To A Peak In ΔSm
  • Which Is Precisely The Quantity That Is Of Interest And Reported On In The Literature From Possibly
  • We Also Demonstrate How
  • Through Simple Measurements And Without A Direct Measurement Of The Sample Temperature
  • One Can Determine An Appropriate Sweep-Rate Of The Magnetic Field

Abstract

Consequenses of the magnetocaloric effect on magnetometry measurements - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) Consequenses of the magnetocaloric effect on magnetometry measurements - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) Consequenses of the magnetocaloric effect on magnetometry measurements Hansen, B. R., Bahl, C. R. H., Kuhn, L. T., Smith, A., Gschneidner, K. A. & Pecharsky, V. K. 2010 In : Journal of Applied Physics. 108, 4, p. 043923 Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2010

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