B Bhanu Prasad
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 3 Issue 1 February 1981 pp 19-23
The Thermoelectric emfs of thermocouples formed by amorphous METGLAS 2826 (Fe40Ni40P14B6) and METGLAS 2826B (Fe29Ni49P14B6Si2) with standard thermocouple wires like copper, chromel, alumel, etc., were measured as a function of temperature between −196° C and 30° C to assess their suitability as thermoelectric temperature sensors. Thermoelectric emfs generated by METGLAS 2826/Cu and METGLAS 2826B/Cu thermocouples at −196° C are about an order of magnitude smaller when compared to thermal emfs of a standard copper/constantan thermocouple at the same temperature.
Volume 6 Issue 1 February 1984 pp 21-25
Magnetic metallic glass Fe39Ni39Mo4Si6B12 has been studied by the57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy. Mössbauer spectra consist of broad and overlapping six-line pattern below the Curie temperature. The Curie and crystallization temperatures of this metallic glass have been determined to be 575 ± 3 K and 725 ± 3 K, respectively. The hyperfine magnetic field at room temperature is approximately 225 kOe. The reduced hyperfine fields of this sample decrease much faster than that observed for other iron-rich metallic glasses like Fe40Ni40B20, Fe80B20 etc. This behaviour is attributed to the presence of molybdenum atoms in the sample.
Volume 6 Issue 6 December 1984 pp 1059-1062
Mössbauer measurements have been performed on a number of metallic glasses. The temperature dependence of average hyperfine or internal magnetic field
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