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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry
Presentation Title Magnetism Induced in a New High-temperature Phase of MnBi Crystals Stabilized by Crystallographic Disorder
Author(s) Xin Gui
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Xin Gui
Abstract Scope Permanent magnets are of great importance due to their vast applications, especially for the rare-earth-free ferromagnets due to the availability issue of rare-earth elements. MnBi has been proposed and studied as a potential permanent magnet that can be widely used. However, various challenges have been encountered due to a paramagnetic high-temperature phase (HTP) of MnBi. Past efforts have been focused on modifying the ferromagnetic low-temperature phase of MnBi. Herein, we report a new pathway that can potentially solve the existing problems in MnBi system by inducing magnetic order in a series of new materials crystallizing in HTP-MnBi-related structures


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