Lattice Magnetostriction in Spinel-Type Iron Chromites


SEVERAL accounts have previously been given from these Laboratories of the lattice dilatation effects that occur when monoxides and other compounds of the transition metals are cooled through their paramagnetic–antiferromagnetic transition temperatures.

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