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Magneto-caloric effect of a Gd50
amorphous alloy near the freezing point of water
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In the present work, we report the magneto-caloric effect (MCE) of a binary Gd50Co50
alloy near the freezing temperature of water. The Curie temperature of Gd50Co50
amorphous ribbons is about 267.5 K, which is very close to room temperature. The peak value of the magnetic entropy change (-ΔSm
) and the resulting adiabatic temperature rise (ΔT
ad.) of the Gd50Co50
amorphous ribbons is much higher than that of any other amorphous
alloys previously reported with a Tc
near room temperature. On the other hand, although the -ΔSm
amorphous ribbons is not as high as those of crystalline alloys near room temperature, its refrigeration capacity (RC) is still much larger than the RC values of these crystalline alloys. The binary Gd50Co50
alloy provides a basic alloy for developing high performance multi-component amorphous
alloys near room temperature.
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