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Pressure induced magnetic beahaviour of R-Fe intermetallic compounds

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  • Magnetic Anisotropy
  • Magnetoelastic Effects
  • Lu.Sub.2./Sub.Fe.Sub.17./Sub.
  • Compressibility


Magnetization, magnetocrystalline anisotropy and magnetic susceptibility of a single crystal of the Lu.sub.2./sub.Fe.sub.17./sub. intermetallic compound have been studied under hydrostatic pressure up to 1,2 GPa at temperatures down to 5 K using SQUID magnetometer.

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