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Reduction of magnetic hysteresis loss in hydrides with large magnetocaloric effects
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10.1063/1.3374635
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Temperature dependence of the magnetization for (, 0.9, and 1.6) measured on heating and cooling processes under a magnetic field of 0.01 T, respectively.

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Magnetization isotherms of [(a) , (b) 0.9, and (c) 1.6] measured on field increase and decrease processes.

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Arrott plots of (, 0.9, and 1.6).

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Critical field of the IEM transition as a function of temperature for [(a) , (b) 0.9, and (c) 1.6].

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Magnetic entropy change (a) for magnetic field changes of 0–2 T and 0–5 T, respectively, and hysteresis loss (b) as a function of temperature for (, 0.9, and 1.6).

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Scitation: Reduction of magnetic hysteresis loss in La0.5Pr0.5Fe11.4Si1.6Hx hydrides with large magnetocaloric effects
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/107/11/10.1063/1.3374635
10.1063/1.3374635
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