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|Title:||Magnetic Structure of HoBe13 in an Applied Magnetic Field.|
|Authors:||DERVENAGAS P.; BURLET P.; BONNET M.; BOURDAROT F.; HIESS Arno; BUD'KO S.l.; CANFIELD P.c.; LANDER Gerard heath; KIM J.s.; STEWART G.r.|
|Citation:||Physical Review B Condensed Matter vol. 61 no. 1 p. 405-412|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The magnetic structure of HoBe13 and its evolution under an applied magnetic field have been examined using neutron diffraction techniques on a single crystal. In the absence of an external field this cubic compound orders at Tn= 5.7 (1) K into a regular helical magnetic structure with propagation vector q= [0,0,1/3. Third order harmonics appear at 4.4(1) K and are attributed to a deformation of the spiral structure below this temperature. When a magnetic field is applied along the  axis the magnetic domain with propagation vector parallel to the field is favored, and by about 0.4 Tesla a single domain structure is created.|
|JRC Institute:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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