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The Effect of Substitution of Fe By Co on Rapidly Quenched (FeCo)MoCuB Amorphous Alloys

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Author(s): Marek Paluga | Peter Mrafko | Peter Svec | Dusan Janickovic | Emilia Illekova | Clara F. Conde

Journal: Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
ISSN 1336-1376

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 63;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: Ribbons | magnetic | temperature | nanocrystalline | atomic structure.

ABSTRACT
(Fe1-xCox)79Mo8Cu1B15 amorphous alloys ware prepared in the form of ribbons by rapid quenching for x=0. 0.25 and 0.5. The effect of variation of Co/Fe ratio is analyzed with respect to the formation of amorphous state and to transformation of the structure into nancrystalline phases formed after subsequent thermal treatment. Selected properties and atomic structure in as-quenched state are studied by TEM, AFM, XRD any by measurement of magnetoresistance characteristics. The influence of heat treatment on transport and magnetic properties is shown on temperature dependencies of electrical resistivity and magnetization. It was founf that while the increase of Co content leads to the increase of Curie temperature of as-quenched structure, transition to nanocrystalline state is not affected in a significant manner. The as-quenched state for alloy without Co was found to contain thin crystal-containing layer which, however, was observed, contary to general behavior, at the side of the ribbon exposed to higher quenching rates.
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