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Hyperfine fields in nanocrystalline Fe–Zr–B probed by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
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FIG. 1.

NMR spectra of sample and sample (a), Mössbauer spectrum of sample (b), and distribution of hyperfine fields (c) derived from the Mössbauer spectrum in (b) and compared with that obtained from NMR of sample [open symbols in (c)].

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FIG. 2.

Relative intensity of NMR signal taken at 46.81 MHz plotted against rf-power. The signal of sample is scaled up by a factor of 20.

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FIG. 3.

NMR spectra of taken with rf-power of 30 dB (36 dB for sample ) which represent a signal from magnetic domains (a) and 52 dB that comes from domain walls (b). The spectra are normalized to the intensity of the principal peak of 100 a.u.

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FIG. 4.

CEMS spectra taken from the wheel side of the samples and . The shaded components represent AM.


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Table I.

Spin-lattice and spin-spin relaxation times derived from NMR spectra of AM and NC regions, is relative content of nanograins in the samples from CEMS experiments. Figures in brackets give an error of the last digits. rf-power used to activate nuclei in domain and domain walls is also given.


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Scitation: Hyperfine fields in nanocrystalline Fe–Zr–B probed by F57e nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy