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Heusler Compounds—A Material Class With Exceptional Properties

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3 Author(s)
Tanja Graf ; Institute of Analytical and Inorganic Chemistry,, $^{1}$Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz,, Mainz,, Germany ; Stuart S. P. Parkin ; Claudia Felser

The class of Heusler compounds, including the XYZ and the X2YZ compounds, has not only an endless number of members, but also a vast variety of properties can be found in this class of materials, ranging from semiconductors, half-metallic ferromagnets, superconductors, and topological insulators to shape memory alloys. With this review article, we would like to provide an overview of Heusler compounds, focusing on their structure, properties, and potential applications.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 2 )