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Iron cobalt alloy - Search Results

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  1. TEM image: Annealed cobalt iron alloy | NIST

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    TEM (transmission electron microscope) image taken at NIST of an annealed cobalt iron alloy. The high magnetostriction seen in this alloy is due to the two-phase iron-rich (shaded blue) and cobalt-rich (shaded red) structure and the nanoscale segregation....
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    https://materialsdata.nist.gov/bitstream/handle/11115/160/Color%20Metallography.pdf?isAllowed=y&sequence=3
    Color Metallography George F. Vander Voort, Buehler Ltd. Fig. 2 Microstructure of as-cast Au-�22%Al showing the “purple plague,” AuAl2 intermetallic (red- dish), surrounded by the Al-AuAl2 eutectic after polishing to a 1 lm finish. Magnification ba...
  3. Cobalt(ii) iron(iii) chromium(iii) tetraoxide

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    Cobalt(ii) iron(iii) chromium(iii) tetraoxide Formula: CoCrFeO4 Molecular weight: 230.772 Information on this page: Notes Data at other public NIST sites: X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Database, version 4.1 Options: Switch to calorie-based units Notes Go...
  4. Cobalt(ii) iron(iii) chromium(iii) tetraoxide

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    Cobalt(ii) iron(iii) chromium(iii) tetraoxide Formula: CoCrFeO4 Molecular weight: 230.772 Information on this page: Notes Data at other public NIST sites: X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Database, version 4.1 Options: Switch to SI units Notes Go To: Top Da...
  5. A current (white arrow) flowing through a tantalum film generates a current of spins (dark blue arrows) that impinges on the ferromagnetic cobalt iron boron layer and causes the magnetization (gold arrow) to charge directions (light blue arrow). | NIST

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    A current (white arrow) flowing through a tantalum film generates a current of spins (dark blue arrows)  that impinges on the ferromagnetic cobalt iron boron layer and causes the magnetization (gold arrow) to charge directions (light blue arrow)....
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