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Spindle-shaped goethite particles, spindle-shaped hematite particles and magnetic spindle-shaped metal particles containing iron as main component










Image Number 12 for United States Patent #6309479.

Spindle-shaped metal particles and a process for producing magnetic spindle-shaped metal particle containing iron as a main component, which contains cobalt of 8 to 45 atm % calculated as Co, aluminum of 5 to 20 atm %, calculated as Al, and a rare earth element of 1 to 15 atm %, calculated as rare earth element, wherein the particles have an average major axial diameter of 0.05 to 0.15 .mu.m, an average minor axial diameter of 0.010 to 0.022 .mu.m, an aspect ratio of 4:1 to 8:1, a particle size distribution of not more than 0.20, and an X-ray crystallite size D110 of 12.0 to 17.0 nm. The spindle-shaped metal particles have a high coercive force, an excellent particle coercive force distribution, a large saturation magnetization and an excellent oxidation stability, and are excellent in a squareness (Br/Bm) of the sheet due to a good dispersibility in a binder resin.








 
 
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