Phase Composition and Magnetic Properties of Nanostructured Fe–Co–Ni Powders

Phase Composition and Magnetic Properties of Nanostructured Fe–Co–Ni Powders IntroductionThe Fe‐Co‐Ni bulk system was studied in detail because of its wide use as ternary and binary alloys (Fe‐Co, Fe‐Ni, and Co‐Ni) in various fields of engineering. However, the properties of Fe‐Co‐Ni system (throughout compositions range) have not been systematically studied in the nanoscale or nanostructured (NS) state, in case when particles were crystallites‐formed, though these systems (pure or doped) are promising for use to create magnetic storage media, magnetic films, nanofibers, and other materials with high characteristics. In publications, it was reported about the synthesis of Fe‐Co‐Ni in the form of structured nanocrystals, powders, or particles deposited on carbon fibers, and some properties (mainly magnetic) considered only for a few compositions. A similar situation occurs with regard to the most actively researched electrodeposited Fe‐Co‐Ni films.. In general, the system of the NS state (both nanopowders and electrochemical films) has not been studied meticulously because of the lack of important information on the diagram of phase states (DPhS) or its individual isothermal sections (IS DPhS) except our data on the nanostructured bimetals Fe‐Co, Fe‐Ni, and Co‐Ni, which are the fragments of the system under study, and there are no determined dependences of their properties (in particular, the magnetic characteristics) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physica Status Solidi (B) Basic Solid State Physics Wiley
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IntroductionThe Fe‐Co‐Ni bulk system was studied in detail because of its wide use as ternary and binary alloys (Fe‐Co, Fe‐Ni, and Co‐Ni) in various fields of engineering. However, the properties of Fe‐Co‐Ni system (throughout compositions range) have not been systematically studied in the nanoscale or nanostructured (NS) state, in case when particles were crystallites‐formed, though these systems (pure or doped) are promising for use to create magnetic storage media, magnetic films, nanofibers, and other materials with high characteristics. In publications, it was reported about the synthesis of Fe‐Co‐Ni in the form of structured nanocrystals, powders, or particles deposited on carbon fibers, and some properties (mainly magnetic) considered only for a few compositions. A similar situation occurs with regard to the most actively researched electrodeposited Fe‐Co‐Ni films.. In general, the system of the NS state (both nanopowders and electrochemical films) has not been studied meticulously because of the lack of important information on the diagram of phase states (DPhS) or its individual isothermal sections (IS DPhS) except our data on the nanostructured bimetals Fe‐Co, Fe‐Ni, and Co‐Ni, which are the fragments of the system under study, and there are no determined dependences of their properties (in particular, the magnetic characteristics)

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Physica Status Solidi (B) Basic Solid State PhysicsWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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