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Magnetic entropy change and refrigerant capacity have been determined for a field change of 20 kOe around the second-order magnetic transition of austenite in as-quenched Ni51.1Mn31.2In17.7 alloy ribbons produced by melt spinning technique. Samples crystallize in a single-phase austenite with the highly ordered L21-type crystal structure and a Curie temperature of 275 K. The material shows a maximum magnetic entropy change of ΔSMmax= - 1.7 Jkg-1K-1, an useful working temperature range of 78 K (δTFWHM) and a refrigerant capacity of RC=132 Jkg-1 (RC= │ΔSMmax│ x δTFWHM). The considerable RC value obtained together with the fabrication via a single-step process make austenitic Ni-Mn-In ribbons of potential interest as magnetic refrigerants for room temperature magnetic refrigeration.
We report on the crystalline structure, morphology and thermomagnetic properties of glass-coated magnetic microwires with Cu56Ga28Mn16 composition, as well as the thermal annealing influence on its magneto-structural properties. As-cast CuMnGa microwires exhibit a majority cubic B2 phase, and upon annealing at temperatures up to 573 K a new hexagonal phase appears coexisting with the cubic B2 major phase. Thermal annealing treatments also shift the Curie temperature about 150 K with respect to the one for the as-cast microwire. Furthermore, the signature of a structural phase transition is observed for the microwire annealed at 523 K
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