Magnetic moment of rare-earth elements in R2Fe14B estimated with μ+SR

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  author={Jun Sugiyama and Kazutoshi Miwa and Hiroshi Nozaki and Yuji Kaneko and Bassam Salim Hitti and Donald J Arseneau and Gerald D. Morris and Eduardo J. Ansaldo and Jess H. Brewer},
  journal={Physical Review Materials},
The ferromagnetic (FM) nature of Nd2Fe14B has been investigated with muon spin rotation and relaxation ({\mu}^+SR) measurements on an aligned, sintered plate-shaped sample. A clear muon spin precession frequency (f_{FM}) corresponding to the static internal FM field at the muon site showed an order parameter-like temperature dependence and disappeared above around 582 K (~T_C). This indicated that the implanted muons are static in the Nd2Fe14B lattice even at temperatures above around 600 K… Expand
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