Mössbauer and NMR Studies of Site Substitution and Magnetic Structure of Fe3-xMnxSi Alloys
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NOTE: At the time of publication, the author Richard B. Frankel was not yet affiliated with Cal Poly.
The NMR measurements in Fe3−xMnxSi alloys show increasingly complex spectra for x > 0.75 due to overlapping signals from Fe, Si and Mn nuclei in various sites. Mössbauer experiments were undertaken to identify the Fe57 resonances. The combined NMR and Mössbauer results have been used to elucidate the site substitution and magnetic structure of these alloys for (0 < x < 1.75).
K. Raj, V. Niculescu, T. J. Burch, J. I. Budnick, and Richard B. Frankel. "Mössbauer and NMR Studies of Site Substitution and Magnetic Structure of Fe3-xMnxSi Alloys" AIP Conference Proceedings on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 34 (1976): 28-30.
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