Image icon  TbFe2Ge2: Crystal Tetragonal Plate

 
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Description: This photograph shows a crystal tetragonal plate of TbFe2Ge2 grown by dissolving the starting elements in Sn flux at ˜1200°C, then slowly cooling down to 500-800°C. This material has a tetragonal structure and crystals grow as thin plates with very smooth surfaces. Iron is non-magnetic in the RFe2Ge2 series and most rare earths order antiferromagnetically, showing extreme magnetic anisotropy.
Keywords: Sn flux • tetragonal • magnetic anisotropy • antiferromagnetic • rare earth • Tb-Fe-Ge
Categories: Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects > Crystal structure
Science approaches > Structure, bonding & defects > Crystallography
Materials > Metals & alloys > Other metals & alloys > Rare-earth metals
Properties > Electrical, magnetic & optical
Testing, analysis & experimentation
Created by: Paul Canfield, AMES Laboratory, US Department of Energy
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Date created: 22 January 2011
Date added: 13 October 2011
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