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Crytallographic orientation and magmetostriction of FeGa crystals

Li Chuan Liu Jing-Hua Chen Li-Biao Jiang Cheng-Bao Xu Hui-Bin

Crytallographic orientation and magmetostriction of FeGa crystals

Li Chuan, Liu Jing-Hua, Chen Li-Biao, Jiang Cheng-Bao, Xu Hui-Bin
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  • Fe81Ga19 single crystals and polycrystals with different orientations are prepared by zone melting directional solidification. Pole figures show that the deviation degrees between [001] orientation and axis are 12°, 5° and 3°, and the in corresponding axial magnetostrictions parallel to external magnetic field are 254×10-6, 271×10-6 and 291×10-6. The[001]orientation single crystal is determined by back-reflection Laue, and the magnetostriction is 312×10-6. The results reveal the relationship between crystallographic orientation and magnetostriction, and the increase of magnetostrictions with deviation degree decreasing. The deviation degrees between [001]orientation and axis of polycrystals are determined by Electron Backscattered Diffraction to be 18.4°, 15.2° and 14.8°, and thir corresponding magnetostrictions are 180×10-6m, 230×10-6 and 235×10-6.
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    Clark A E, Restorff J B, Wun-Fogle M, Lograsso T A, Schlagel D L 2000 IEEE Trans. Magn. 36 3283

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    Clark A E, Hathaway K B, Wun-Foglea M, Restorff J B, Lograsso T A, Keppens V M, Petculescu G, Taylor R A 2003 J. Appl. Phys. 93 8621

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    Datta S, Atulasimha J, Mudivarthi C, Flatau A B 2010 J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 322 2135

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    Kellogg R A, Russell A M, Lograsso T A, Flatau A B, Clark A E, Wun-Fogle M 2004 Acta Mater. 52 5043

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    Zhou J K, Li J G 2008 Appl. Phys. Lett. 92 141915

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    Hatchard T D, George A E, Farrell S P, Steinitz M O, Adamsd C P, Cormierd M, Dunlap R A 2010 J. Alloys. Compd. 494 420

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    Li J H, Gao X X, Zhu J, Bao X Q, Xia T, Zhang M C 2010 Scr. Mater. 63 246

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    Kumagai A, Fujita A, Fukamichi K, Oikawa K, Kainuma R, Ishida K 2004 J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 272-276 2060

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    Zhong W D 2000 Ferromagnetism (Beijing: Science Press) p21—37 (in Chinese) [钟文定 2000 铁磁学 (北京: 科学出版社) 第21—37页]

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  • Received Date:  27 October 2010
  • Accepted Date:  16 December 2010
  • Published Online:  15 September 2011

Crytallographic orientation and magmetostriction of FeGa crystals

  • 1. Key Laboratory of Aerospace Materials and Performance (Ministry of Education) School of Materials Science and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing 100191, China

Abstract: Fe81Ga19 single crystals and polycrystals with different orientations are prepared by zone melting directional solidification. Pole figures show that the deviation degrees between [001] orientation and axis are 12°, 5° and 3°, and the in corresponding axial magnetostrictions parallel to external magnetic field are 254×10-6, 271×10-6 and 291×10-6. The[001]orientation single crystal is determined by back-reflection Laue, and the magnetostriction is 312×10-6. The results reveal the relationship between crystallographic orientation and magnetostriction, and the increase of magnetostrictions with deviation degree decreasing. The deviation degrees between [001]orientation and axis of polycrystals are determined by Electron Backscattered Diffraction to be 18.4°, 15.2° and 14.8°, and thir corresponding magnetostrictions are 180×10-6m, 230×10-6 and 235×10-6.

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