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Heusler alloy

[′hȯis·lər ‚al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
Any of a group of ferromagnetic nonferrous alloys typically composed of 18-25% manganese, 10-25% aluminum, and the balance copper.
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard & Poor's Ratings Services announced today the appointment of Christopher Heusler as Chief Commercial Officer.
Objective: "The proposed HARFIR project intends to develop antiferromagnetic (AF) Heusler alloy (HA) films to replace the antiferromagnetic alloy Iridium Manganese (IrMn), which has been widely used in all spin electronic devices including hard disk drives and next-generation magnetic memories.
Basel president Bernhard Heusler said: "We have quite a good record against English teams.
Balancing theory and experiment, 12 invited, peer-reviewed papers explore the materials from such perspectives as combing magnetism and ferroelectricity towards multiferroicity, intrinsic free electrons/holes at polarization discontinuities and their implications for the basics of ferroelectricity and its origin, molecular spintronics, recent applications of Landau-Ginzburg theory to ferroelectric superlattices, ferromagnetic shape memory Heusler alloys, and dielectric relaxation phenomena in some lead and non-lead based ferroelectric relaxor materials.
Last night, Basle vice-president Bernhard Heusler said: "I am confident that we will play Bayern Munich, but I take the threat very seriously.
It must be our objective to win," Basel vice president Bernhard Heusler said.
To the study of electronic structure and magnetism he has added new material on Heusler compounds and double petrovskites.
Leonhard Heusler, Franz Feikus and Matthew Otte, VAW Aluminum AG
The next class of materials that were investigated were the Heusler alloy series R [Pd.
See for example the rich and detailed study of forced laborers in Munich's war economy by Andreas Heusler, Auslandereinsatz: Zwangsarbeit fur die Munchner Kriegswirtschaft, 1939-1945 (Munich: Hugendubel, 1996).
The topics include composition-dependent basics of smart Heusler materials from first-principles calculations, the magnetic anisotropy of ferromagnetic Martensites, neutron diffraction studies of magnetic shape memory alloys, magnetic microstructure analysis of ferromagnetic shape memory alloys and related compounds, long-term cyclic loading of 10M Ni-Mn-Ga alloys, and the surface study of Ni2MnGa(100).