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Wei Gong, Bao Min Ma: Sm(Co, Fe, Cu, Zr, C) compositions and methods of producing same. Santoku Corporation, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, May 20, 2003: US06565673 (4 worldwide citation)

Carbon addition to the rapidly solidified, preferably melt spun, alloy system of Sm(Co, Fe, Cu, Zr) provides for good isotropic magnetic properties. Importantly, these alloys are nanocomposite in nature and comprise the SmCoC


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Gong Wei, Ma Bao Min: Sm (co, fe, cu, zr, c) compositions and methods of producing same. Santoku America, August 29, 2001: EP1127358-A1

Carbon addition to the rapidly solidified, preferably melt spun, alloy system of Sm(Co, Fe, Cu, Zr) provides for good isotropic magnetic properties. Importantly, these alloys are nanocomposite in nature and comprise the SmCoC2 phase. Thermal processing of these materials can achieve good magnetic pr ...


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W Gong, B M Ma: Sm(co, fe, cu, zr, c) compositions and methods of producing same. Sandoco America, long chuangong, December 5, 2001: CN99812933

Carbon addition to the rapidly solidified, preferably melt spun, alloy system of Sm(Co, Fe, Cu, Zr)provides for good isotropic magnetic properties. Importantly, these alloys are nanocomposite in nature and comprise the SmCoC2 phase. Thermal processing of these materials can achieve good magnetic pro ...


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Gong Wei, Ma Bao Min: Sm(co, fe, cu, zr, c) compositions and methods of producing same. Santoku America, Gong Wei, Ma Bao Min, VENTURINO Anthony P, May 11, 2000: WO/2000/026926

Carbon addition to the rapidly solidified, preferably melt spun, alloy system of Sm(Co, Fe, Cu, Zr) provides for good isotropic magnetic properties. Importantly, these alloys are nanocomposite in nature and comprise the SmCoC┬┐2? phase. Thermal processing of these materials can achieve good magnetic ...



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