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The structure, magnetic properties and magnetostriction of high-pressure synthesized PrDy(FeCo) compounds were investigated. These compounds, which could not be readily synthesized under ambient pressure, exhibit single cubic Laves phase owing to the effects of high-pressure annealing. The Curie temperature increases with increasing , indicating that 3-4 coupling becomes stronger with the increase of Dy concentration. The saturation magnetization decreases with increasing , which can be ascribed to the competition of sublattice magnetization. The easy magnetization direction of the compound lies along <111 > with ≤ 0.05 while lies along <100 > when ≥ 0.10. Meanwhile, the low-field magnetostriction of the compound system peaks at = 0.05 and then decreases with increasing , which reveals that the composition anisotropy compensation between Pr3+ and Dy3+ might be realized in PrDy(FeCo) system. PrDy(FeCo) compound combines a large low-field magnetostriction (648 ppm at 3 kOe) and the merits of low-cost raw materials, which may make it a potential material for magnetostrictive application.


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