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Study of the dynamical features of the austenite-martensite phase transition in the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy using scanning Hall probe imaging
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10.1063/1.3689283
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) The temperature dependence of magnetization of the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy in 10 and 50 kOe magnetic fields.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) Scanning Hall probe microscopy images of the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy obtained at various temperatures reached using the ZFC, FCC, and FCW protocols. Each image approximately corresponds to of 2500 µm length of the sample. The numbers on the color bar given on the right hand side of the panel are normalized voltages, and they scale with the local magnetic field strength.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) Scanning Hall probe microscopy images of the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy obtained at 70 and 77 K in the ZFC protocol with arrowheads showing certain regions where the measured Hall voltage has decreased with increasing temperature, while the trend in all other regions is for the magnetic moment to increase with increasing temperature.

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(Color online) (a) Evolution of the image fractions of the austenite and martensite phase regions in the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy as a function of temperature. (b) Hall voltages from different portions of the sample as a function of time, obtained in 10 kOe magnetic field at 77 K reached using the ZFC protocol. (c) Hall voltages from different portions of the sample as a function of time, obtained in 10 kOe magnetic field at 110 K reached using the ZFC protocol. (d) Hall voltages from different portions of the sample as a function of time, obtained in 10 kOe magnetic field at 77 K reached using the FCC protocol. Different symbols on (b)–(d) corresponds to different locations on the sample surface.

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FIG. 5.

(Color online) Scanning Hall probe microscopy images of the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy exhibiting nucleation and growth of phases across the field induced martensite-austenite phase transition.

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FIG. 6.

(Color online) Isothermal field dependence of magnetization showing the signature of the field induced austenite-martensite phase transition in the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy. The arrowheads and the adjoining numbers indicate the sequence of increasing and decreasing the applied magnetic field during the measurement.

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Scitation: Study of the dynamical features of the austenite-martensite phase transition in the Ni50(Mn, 1%Fe)34In16 alloy using scanning Hall probe imaging
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/111/5/10.1063/1.3689283
10.1063/1.3689283
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