Research Papers in Physics and Astronomy

 

Date of this Version

May 1998

Comments

Published in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Available online May 14, 1998. Published in November 1997, pages 272-274.

Abstract

The field and temperature dependence of the complex low-frequency susceptibility of the metamagnet FeBr2 exhibits large anomalies in the vicinity of the second-order phase boundary Hc(T). The low-frequency losses reflect polydispersive dynamics with a broad distribution of relaxation times peaking at τ ≈ 0.2 s. The dispersion, χ versus ƒ, is well described within Chamberlin's model of dynamically coupled domains. The heterogeneous glass-like response gives rise to the intuitive picture of a magnetic fluid of high viscosity.

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