Magnetic structures in the iron-germanium system

Satya Murthy, N. S. ; Begum, R. J. ; Somanathan, C. S. ; Murthy, M. R. L. N. (1965) Magnetic structures in the iron-germanium system Solid State Communications, 3 (6). pp. 113-116. ISSN 0038-1098

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Three phases in the iron-germanium system have been investigated by neutron diffraction for determining their atomic and magnetic structures. Of these, FeGe2 is found to be antiferromagnetic with a Néel temperature of 315°K and Fe1.67Ge is ferromagnetic having a Curie temperature of 510°K. There is evidence of a distortion of the ideal "filled" NiAS structure in the case of the latter. FeGe is paramagnetic down to 140°K.

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