Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8

G Bonfait, M Godinho, Pedro Estrela, A P Goncalves, M Almeida, J C Spirlet

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Abstract

Magnetoresistance and magnetization measurements on a UFe4Al8 single crystal are reported. A strong anisotropic magnetoresistance is found in this compound and is used to prove the ferromagnetic order of the U lattice. A strong anomaly in the parallel and perpendicular magnetoresistance is interpreted as an unusual magnetization process in which the magnetization remains blocked perpendicularly to the applied magnetic field. This interpretation is confirmed by the magnetization measurements.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)R480-R483
JournalPhysical Review B
Volume53
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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Bonfait, G., Godinho, M., Estrela, P., Goncalves, A. P., Almeida, M., & Spirlet, J. C. (1996). Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8. Physical Review B, 53(2), R480-R483.

Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8. / Bonfait, G; Godinho, M; Estrela, Pedro; Goncalves, A P; Almeida, M; Spirlet, J C.

In: Physical Review B, Vol. 53, No. 2, 1996, p. R480-R483.

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Bonfait, G, Godinho, M, Estrela, P, Goncalves, AP, Almeida, M & Spirlet, JC 1996, 'Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8', Physical Review B, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. R480-R483.
Bonfait G, Godinho M, Estrela P, Goncalves AP, Almeida M, Spirlet JC. Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8. Physical Review B. 1996;53(2):R480-R483.
Bonfait, G ; Godinho, M ; Estrela, Pedro ; Goncalves, A P ; Almeida, M ; Spirlet, J C. / Giant-magnetoresistance anomaly associated with a magnetization process in UFe4Al8. In: Physical Review B. 1996 ; Vol. 53, No. 2. pp. R480-R483.
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