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By H.P.J. Wijn, J.G. Booth, Y. Nakai, Y. Tsunoda

Volume 32 of staff III is a complement to quantity III/19 and offers with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds which comprise at the least one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32B offers finished and evaluated facts on magnetic homes of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major team parts released commonly within the prior decade.

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69. 9946. 05 Tf (a: experimentally observed asymmetry of the muon decay). The solid curve cor- 41 responds to the best fit by an inhomogeneous freezing model [86P2]. See also [85E1, 91K1]. Fig. 70. 95. Zero-field muon-spin-relaxation function Gz(t). Solid lines represent the best-fit curves. 4 K [85U2]. 10 3d elements with Cu Fig. 71. 95. Comparison of time correlation of Mn magnetic moment measured by neutron-spin Fig. 72. Mn–Cu. Averaged amplitude as of static random local field at muon site, deduced from zerofield µSR experiments, as a function of temperature [84U1].

105 Fig. 92. 75. Hall coefficient vs. temperature. Closed and open circles are for the aged and quenched samples, respectively [89U1]. Fig. 94. MnxCu1–x. Normalized electrical resistance noise α vs. temperature for Mn–Cu films (50…70 nm thick). The inset shows the freezing temperatures determined from (1) magnetic susceptibility measurements and (2) by noise measurements max(∂α/∂T), plotted vs. x2/3 [89I1]. Fig. 93. 91. Records of electrical resistance noise at 17 K for a sample containing about 2⋅106 spins with Tf = 24 K [93w1].

P. 10 3d elements with Cu Fig. 95. 999. Normalized magnetoresistance noise as a function of magnetic field. Top three curves and lower two curves show the noise at different temperatures for a film and a 2 µm-long wire, respectively [91D1]. 51 Fig. 96. 999. The component of magnetoconductance fluctuations, ∆Ga,s = 1/Ra,s(H), where, Ra,s(H) = (1/4)[Ri,v(H) – Rv,i(–H) + Ri,v(–H) – Rv,i(H)]. To measure Ri,v(H), the set-up is made by exchanging the current (i) and voltage (V) terminals from the setup for the measurement of Rv,i(H).

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