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Anomalous diamagnetism of SmNiAl due to hydrogenation and field cooling
Wang Y.T.1; Zhang H.1; Shao H.Y.1; Li X.G.1; Zhang L.F.2; Takahashi S.2
2006-02-24
Source PublicationApplied Physics Letters
ISSN00036951
Volume88Issue:7
AbstractThe field-cooled (FC) and zero-field-cooled magnetizations of SmNiAl and its hydride were measured as a function of temperature. Hydrogenation and field-cooling cause a remarkable change in magnetic properties. SmNiAl exhibits a positive susceptibility, but an anomalous diamagnetic susceptibility is observed in the FC SmNiAl hydride below 32 K and in H<1000 Oe. The diamagnetism is associated with magnetic layer structures and hydrogen ions. © 2006 American Institute of Physics.
DOI10.1063/1.2174105
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University
2.Iwate University
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Wang Y.T.,Zhang H.,Shao H.Y.,et al. Anomalous diamagnetism of SmNiAl due to hydrogenation and field cooling[J]. Applied Physics Letters,2006,88(7).
APA Wang Y.T.,Zhang H.,Shao H.Y.,Li X.G.,Zhang L.F.,&Takahashi S..(2006).Anomalous diamagnetism of SmNiAl due to hydrogenation and field cooling.Applied Physics Letters,88(7).
MLA Wang Y.T.,et al."Anomalous diamagnetism of SmNiAl due to hydrogenation and field cooling".Applied Physics Letters 88.7(2006).
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