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Secondary crystallization in (Fe65Co35)79.5+xB13Nb4−xSi2Cu1.5 and (Fe65Co35)83B10Nb4Si2Cu1 nanocomposite alloys
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10.1063/1.3677830
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(Color online) Models of (a) 23-6 phase showing B atoms, Fe or Co atoms, and the 8c special positions that Nb can potentially fill and (b) 2-1 phase with B atoms and Fe/Co/Nb atoms.

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(Color online) Normalized magnetization as a function of temperature for (Fe65Co35)79.5+xB13Nb4−xSi2Cu1.5 alloys on heating from (a) 200-700 °C, (b) 300-800 °C, and (c) 300-900 °C and on cooling from (d) 900-200 °C.

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(Color online) Magnetization as a function of temperature for the 10-4 alloy following the temperature profile of (1) heating to 700 °C, (2) cooling to 300 °C, (3) heating to 800 °C, (4) cooling to 300 °C, (5) heating to 900 °C, and (6) cooling to 300 °C.

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Scitation: Secondary crystallization in (Fe65Co35)79.5+xB13Nb4−xSi2Cu1.5 and (Fe65Co35)83B10Nb4Si2Cu1 nanocomposite alloys
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/111/7/10.1063/1.3677830
10.1063/1.3677830
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