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2016-02-03
2016-09-26

Abstract

Mössbauer spectroscopic studies have been carried out at different temperatures across ferromagnetic to paramagnetictransition in NiFeCo and the evolution of hyperfine parameters such as centre shift and magnetic hyperfine fields with temperature has been studied. Mössbauer spectrum obtained at 300 K in NiFeCo exhibiting fcc crystal structure is a six line pattern with the mean value of the hyperfine field close to 33 Tesla. Ferromagnetic to paramagnetictransition has been observed to occur in this system around 895 K matching with that of magnetization results. Debye temperature of this nickel rich alloy is deduced to be around 470 K matching with that of Ni. Effect of prolonged annealing at 750 K on the magnetic property is also investigated with respect to the thermal stability of the alloy .

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