# Magnetocaloric effect and magnetic transition in bulk Mn1.1Fe0.9P0.8Ge0.2 compound

@article{Yue2010MagnetocaloricEA,
title={Magnetocaloric effect and magnetic transition in bulk Mn1.1Fe0.9P0.8Ge0.2 compound},
author={Ming Yue and Zhipeng Li and X. B. Liu and Huanhuan Xu and Danmin Liu and Ji Xia Zhang},
journal={Journal of Alloys and Compounds},
year={2010},
volume={493},
pages={22-25}
}
• M. Yue, +3 authors J. Zhang
• Published 18 March 2010
• Chemistry
• Journal of Alloys and Compounds
Abstract Crystal structure, magnetocaloric effect and magnetic transition in bulk Mn 1.1 Fe 0.9 P 0.8 Ge 0.2 compound have been studied by X-ray diffraction, magnetic measurements and Landau–Ginzberg theory. Mn 1.1 Fe 0.9 P 0.8 Ge 0.2 compound crystallizes in a hexagonal Fe 2 P-type structure with lattice constants of a  = 6.0789(10) A and c  = 3.4674(9) A. The compound exhibits giant magnetocaloric effect with maximum magnetic entropy change of 61.8 J/kg K in a field change from 0 to 5 T…
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