Thermal effects on the magnetic properties of titanium modified cobalt ferriteJournal of Applied Physics
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AbstractThe temperature dependence of the magnetic properties of titanium modified cobalt ferrite is presented. The change of maximum magnetization obtained at H ≈ 2.4 MA/m between any two temperatures increases systematically with composition, which is desirable for applications in devices. Variation in magnetocrystalline anisotropy and coercivity were different from previous studies on cation substituted cobalt ferrite. At lower concentrations, the effect of lower thermal energy dominated the effect of non-magnetic cation substitutions in controlling the anisotropy.The reverse was the case at higher concentrations. The temperature dependence of coercivity is dominated by the contribution of magnetocrystalline anisotropy to coercivity, while the compositional dependence of coercivity is dominated by microstructural contribution through the pinning of domain walls.
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Citation InformationIkenna C. Nlebedim and David C. Jiles. "Thermal effects on the magnetic properties of titanium modified cobalt ferrite" Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 117 Iss. 17 (2015) p. 17A506
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