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ID
13
Symbol
SmCo<sub>5</sub>
Image
Name
Samarium–cobalt
Categories
Rare-earth metals and intermetallic compounds
Density (g/cm<sup>3</sup>)
8.606
Structure
D<sub>2d</sub> hexagonal
Order
Strong ferromagnet
Curie temperature (K)
1020
Cubic lattice parameter (p<sub>m</sub>) (a<sub>0</sub>)
499
Magnet ideality factor (p<sub>m</sub>) (a)
499
Resistivity (μΩ·m) (ρ)
0.8
Magnetic moment per unit mass (A m<sup>2</sup> kg<sup>-1</sup>) (σ)
100
Exchange stiffness (pJ m<sup>-1</sup>) (A)
12
Magnetic hardness parameter (κ)
4.3
Spontaneous magnetization (MA m<sup>-1</sup>) M<sub>s</sub>)
0.86
Spontaneous linear magnetostriction (λ<sub>s</sub>)
Anisotropy constants (KJ m<sup>-3</sup>) (K1)
17200
Magnetic polarization (T) (J<sub>s</sub>)
1.08
Image Source
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/a-Crystal-structure-of-SmCo-5-with-hexagonal-unit-cell-b-Lattice-matching-between_fig1_230965844
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