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Role of Rare-Earth Elements in Permanent Magnet Materials
Synopsis Recent high-performance permanent magnets consist of rare-earth elements and transition metals. In this article, a role of rare-earth elements in permanent magnet materials is explained in terms of magnetocrystalline anisotropy in rare-earth intermetallics. A Coulomb interaction between aspherically distributed 4f-charge of trivalent rare-earth ions and neighboring localized charges has been shown to be a major source of such large magnetic anisotropy. A relation between the magneticdoi:10.4262/denkiseiko.73.255 fatcat:talncgqwjbd2jcgbgrv5y7ep7a