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Crystallization by ball milling: a way to produce soft magnetic materials in powdered form

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3 Author(s)
Giri, A.K. ; Inst. de Ciencia de Mater., CSIC, Madrid, Spain ; Gonzalez, J.M. ; Gonzalez, J.

We have produced by high energy ball milling a nanocrystalline material in powdered form. The starting material was amorphous melt spun Fe64.5Co18Si1B16C0.5 . From the results of a systematic study of the dependence of the saturation coercive force on the annealing time and temperature it was evidenced the possibility of achieving coercivities as low as 0.150±0.004 Oe and therefore comparable with those measured in the as-quenched highly magnetostrictive melt spun samples of similar composition

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 6 )