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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.43.1994.tde-05122013-190140
Document
Author
Full name
Luiz Carlos Camargo Miranda Nagamine
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1994
Supervisor
Committee
Rechenberg, Hercilio Rodolfo (President)
Continentino, Mucio a
Cunha, Sonia Franco da
Paduan Filho, Armando
Vazquez, Adalberto
Title in Portuguese
Estudo da reorientação de spins em (R,R')Fe11Ti (R = Dy,Tb, R' = Gd, Er) e DyFe10Si2
Keywords in Portuguese
Espectroscopia do Mössbauer
Materiais magnéticos
Abstract in Portuguese
Investigamos os fenômenos de reorientação de spins em diversos compostos intermetálicos com a estrutura tipo ThMn IND. 12. Foram estudadas as ligas pseudoternárias (Dy IND. XGd IND. 1-x)Fe IND. 11Ti, (Dy IND. XEr IND. 1-x)Fe IND. 11Ti e (Tb IND. XGd IND. 1-X)Fe IND. 11Ti e o composto ternário DyFe IND. 10Si IND. 2. As técnicas utilizadas neste trabalho foram: suscetibilidade AC em campos baixos, dependência angular da magnetização em amostras orientadas, e espectroscopia Mössbauer. Todas as ligas sofrem uma reorientação de spins do tipo axial-cônico ao abaixar-se a temperatura. Além disto, (Dy IND. XGd IND. 1-x)Fe IND. 11Ti, (Dy IND. XEr IND. 1-x)Fe IND. 11Ti exibem uma reorientação cônico-planar a baixas temperaturas, mas somente para um intervalo limitado de concentrações de Gd ou Er, (Tb IND. XGd IND. 1-X)Fe IND. 11Ti, por outro lado, sofre uma transição axial-planar para x > 0,6, e nenhuma transição para x < 0,6. A partir de um modelo a um íon para as interações de troca e de campo cristalino, calculamos diagramas de fase magnéticos, que apresentaram boa concordância com os dados experimentais. Finalmente, estudamos a reorientação de spins em DyFe IND. 10Si IND. 2 por meio de uma análise detalhada da variação dos parâmetros hiperfinos do ANTPOT. 57 Fe com a temperatura. Dessa forma, determinamos com precisão o intervalo de temperaturas da transição axial-cônica e confinamos a ausência de uma transição cônica-planar neste composto.
Title in English
Study of the spin reorientation of (R, R ') Fe11Ti (R = Dy, Tb, R = Gd, Er) and DyFe10Si2.
Keywords in English
Magnetic materials
Mössbauer spectroscopy
Abstract in English
We have investigated spin reorientation phenomena in various rare earth-iron intermetallic compounds with the ThMnl2 structure. Pseudoternary (DyxGdl-x)Fe11Ti, (DyEr1-x)Fe11Ti and (TbxGd1-x)Fe11Ti alloys and the ternary compound DyFe10Si2 were studied. The experimental techniques used in this work were: low-field AC susceptibility, oriented-powder magnetization angular dependence, and Mössbauer spectroscopy. All alloys studied undergo an axial-conical spin reorientation on cooling. In addition, (DyxGdl-x)Fe11Ti and(DyEr1-x)Fe11Ti exhibit a conical-planar reorientation at lower temperatures, but on1y for a small Gd or Er concentration range. (TbxGd1-x)Fe11Ti alloys, on the other hand, undergo a single axial-planar transition for x > 0.6, and no reorientation at all for x < 0.6. Theoretical magnetic phase diagrams were calculated with a single-ion model for exchange and crystal-field interactions, showing good agreement with the experimental data. Finally, the DyFe10Si2 reorientation was studied by means of a detailed analysis of the 57Fe hyperfine parameters temperature dependence; in this way the axial-conical transition temperature interval was accurately determined, and the absence of a further conical-planar transition for this compound was confirmed.
 
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