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|Title:||Magnetic and Electronic Properties of Ternary Uranium Antimonides UTSb2 (T = 3d-, 4d-, 5d-Electron Transition Metal).|
|Authors:||KACZOROWSKI D.; KRUK R.; SANCHEZ J.p.; MALAMAN B.; WASTIN Franck henri|
|Citation:||Physical Review B vol. 58 no. 14 p. 9227-9237|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Magnetic, electrical transport, neutron diffraction and Mossbauer measurements have been performed on a series of uranium- transition metal- antimonides UTSb2 (T=Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Ru, Pd, Ag andAu). Most of these compounds were found to order magnetically at low temperatures and characterized as semimetallic Kondo lattices with strongly screened magnetic moments. Combined neutron diffraction and Mossbauer results allowed determination of the magnetic structures adopted in antiferromagnetic UNiSb2, UPdSb2. The magnetic behavior found in UTSb2 phases is here discussed with a special emphasis on the role of the f- p and f-d hybridization.|
|JRC Institute:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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