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Giant reversible magnetocaloric effect in antiferromagnetic superconductor compound
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FIG. 1.

Temperature dependence of low-field dc magnetization (left scale) under and normalized electrical resistivity (right scale) for from 2 to 20 K.

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FIG. 2.

Temperature dependence of the magnetization and inverse susceptibility for in external magnetic field . Inset: the magnetization as a function of temperature for in various external magnetic fields, .

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FIG. 3.

(a): Low temperature magnetic isothermals on increasing (open symbols) and decreasing (filled symbols) field for at 2 and 3 K as well for at 2 K for a comparison. (b): Magnetic field dependence of the magnetization for with the temperature range from 3 to 48 K up to 7 T.

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FIG. 4.

The Arrot-plot of at some selected temperatures.

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FIG. 5.

Temperature dependence of magnetic entropy change for with various magnetic field changes up to 7 T. The inset shows the maximum values of magnetic entropy change as a function of magnetic field changes.


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Table I.

The transition temperature , the maximum values of magnetocaloric parameters ( and RCP) with the field change of 2 and 5 T for and some MCE materials with around 20 K.


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Scitation: Giant reversible magnetocaloric effect in antiferromagnetic superconductor Dy0.9Tm0.1Ni2B2C compound