Structural and ferromagnetic properties of an orthorhombic phase of MnBi stabilized with Rh additions

@article{Taufour2015StructuralAF,
title={Structural and ferromagnetic properties of an orthorhombic phase of MnBi stabilized with Rh additions},
author={Valentin Taufour and Srinivasa Thimmaiah and Stephen D. March and Scott M. Saunders and Kewei Sun and Tej Nath Lamichhane and Matthew J. Kramer and Sergey L. Budko and Paul C. Canfield},
journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
year={2015}
}
• V. Taufour, +6 authors P. Canfield
• Published 28 July 2015
• Materials Science, Physics
• arXiv: Materials Science
The article addresses the possibility of alloy elements in MnBi which may modify the thermodynamic stability of the NiAs-type structure without significantly degrading the magnetic properties. The addition of small amounts of Rh and Mn provides an improvement in the thermal stability with some degradation of the magnetic properties. The small amounts of Rh and Mn additions in MnBi stabilize an orthorhombic phase whose structural and magnetic properties are closely related to the ones of the…
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