Low-temperature study of field-induced antiferromagnetic-ferromagnetic transition in Pd-doped Fe-Rh

@article{Kushwaha2009LowtemperatureSO,
  title={Low-temperature study of field-induced antiferromagnetic-ferromagnetic transition in Pd-doped Fe-Rh},
  author={Pallavi Kushwaha and Archana Lakhani and Rajeev Rawat and Praveen Chaddah},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2009},
  volume={80},
  pages={174413}
}
The first-order antiferromagnetic (AFM) to ferromagnetic (FM) transition in the functional material ${\text{Fe}}_{49}{({\text{Rh}}_{0.93}{\text{Pd}}_{0.07})}_{51}$ has been studied at low temperatures and high magnetic fields. We have addressed the nonmonotonic variation in lower critical field required for FM to AFM transition. It is shown that critically slow dynamics of the transition dominates below 50 K. At low temperature and high magnetic field, state of the system depends on the… 

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