Structural Relaxation in Amorphous Magnetic Screens

Research paper by N. O. Gonchukova, Yu. O. Akulova, A. V. Moshnikov, O. V. Tolochko

Indexed on: 01 May '01Published on: 01 May '01Published in: Glass Physics and Chemistry


The structural relaxation is studied in amorphous magnetic screens produced by plasma deposition and explosive compacting from an amorphous metallic ribbon. Investigations are performed by different methods, such as differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), measurements of magnetic hysteresis properties, X-ray powder diffraction analysis, and electron probe X-ray microanalysis. It is found that the structural relaxation in the objects studied proceeds in the same way as in rapidly quenched glasses.