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dc.contributor.authorPešić O.-
dc.contributor.authorSpasojevic M.-
dc.contributor.authorJordović, Branka-
dc.contributor.authorSpasojević P.-
dc.contributor.authorMaricic, Aleksa-
dc.description.abstractNanostructured nickel-cobalt-molybdenum alloy powders were electrodeposited from an ammonium sulfate bath. The powders mostly consist of an amorphous phase and a very small amount of nanocrystals with an mean size of less than 3 nm. An increase in deposition current density increases the amorphous phase percentage, the density of chaotically distributed dislocations and internal microstrains in the powders, while decreasing the mean nanocrystal size. The temperature range over which the structural relaxation of the powders deposited at higher current densities occurs is shifted towards lower temperatures. A change in relative magnetic permeability during structural relaxation is higher in powders deposited at higher current densities. Powder crystallization takes place at temperatures above 700oC. The formation of the stable crystal structure causes a decrease in relative magnetic permeability.-
dc.relation.ispartofScience of Sintering-
dc.titleEffect of electrodeposition current density on the microstructure and magnetic properties of nickel-cobalt-molybdenum alloy powders-
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