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Nihon Ōyō Jiki Gakkaishi, ISSN 0285-0192, 1990, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 313 - 318
Magnetic and structural properties of microcrystalline Fe-M-C (M=V, Nb, Ta) alloy films prepared by annealing sputter-deposited amorphous films were investigated... 
rf sputtering | fine carbide particles | crystallization of amorphous alloys | Fe-M-C (M=V, Nb, Ta) alloys | microcrystalline | zero magnetostoriction | head core material | thin film | soft magnetic properties | thermal stability
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Nihon Ōyō Jiki Gakkaishi, ISSN 0285-0192, 1990, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 319 - 322
Microcrystalline Fe-M-C (M=Ti, Zr, Hf, V, Nb, Ta) films crystallized from amorphous state are suitable for use in magnetic heads... 
tetragonally deformed lattice | supersaturated solid solution | crystallization of amorphous alloys | microcrystalline | thin film | crystallization temperature | Fe-M-C (M=Ti, Zr, Hf, V, Nb, Ta) alloys
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