Electrical resistivity of Fe-Zr glasses from 4.2 to 1100 K

Fernandez Barquin, L. ; Gomez Sal, J. C. ; Babu, P. D. ; Kaul, S. N. (1994) Electrical resistivity of Fe-Zr glasses from 4.2 to 1100 K Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 133 (1-3). pp. 82-85. ISSN 0304-8853

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The results of electrical resistivity ρ(T) measurements on Fe-rich Fe-Zr glasses in a wide temperature range are presented. The ρ(T) data show minima at temperatures close to the Curie temperature (Tc). A change of slope around 600 K, resembling the behaviour of the Fe-Zr-Cu-B nanocrystalline alloy, is caused by the crystallisation process. An evaluation of various contributions to electrical resistivity reveals that the contribution due to the magnetic scattering is masked by electron-phonon, quantum interference and pseudo-Kondo scattering processes.

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