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Enhancement of rare-earth–transition-metal exchange interaction in probed by inelastic neutron scattering
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20.This is a good approximation if the exchange field is almost the same for the three sites, as proved by Eq. (4).
22.In principle, the numerical coefficient which multiplies in the original Eq. (5) should be corrected, but it can be proven that this correction does not exceed 0.3%, and is therefore negligible with respect to other sources of uncertainties which are considered in this work.
23.It can be shown that the proposed value of is exact in the case that the central INS peak can be attributed to sublattice I or if the three sites are equally abundant within the crystal.
30.For example, can be increased from by a 10% substitution of iron by cobalt [L. Pareti, A. Paoluzi, and N. Magnani, J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 251, 178 (2002)], and the insertion of small amounts of interstitial nitrogen or carbon is known to give rise to a strong easy-axis CF anisotropy in several RE-based compounds.
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