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Magnetic domain size effect on resistivity and Hall effect of amorphous Fe83-xZr7B10Mx (M=Ni, Nb) alloys

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Rhie, K. ; Department of Physics, Korea University, Chochiwon 339-700, Korea ; Lim, W.Y. ; Lee, S.H. ; Yu, S.C.

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Studies of effective permeability, core loss and saturation magnetostriction of Fe83-xZr7B10Mx (M=Ni, Nb) alloys revealed that the domain width is smallest around x=0.10. We measured the resistivity and low field Hall coefficients of these alloys and found that the maxima of resistivity and Hall coefficients occurred roughly at the same concentrations. Larger surface area of smaller domains is considered the reason. © 1997 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:81 ,  Issue: 8 )