HOSHI Kensuke


Muroran Institute of Technology (1993年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Thermal Expansion of Sputtered Amorphous (Hf, Te)Fe_2 Alloys

    MORITA Yuji , MURAYAMA Shigeyuki , HOSHI Kensuke , OBI Yoshihisa

    Japanese journal of applied physics. Supplement 32(3), 419-420, 1993-12-30

  • Magnetic and Mossbauer Study of Sputtered Amorphous Alloys Hf1-xTaxFe2

    MURAYAMA Shigeyuki , INABA Hironori , HOSHI Kensuke , OBI Yoshihisa

    We laave measured tlae xmagnetization and N46ssbauer effect on vapor-quencltedamorphous Hf.-..Ta..Fe. alloys prepared by sputtering for .v=0, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9 andI from 4.2 to 300 K. We observed t}t …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 61(10), p3699-3707, 1992-10

  • Ferromagnetic and Reentrant Spin Glass Properties in an Ising Magnet FexTiS2

    SATOH Tetsuya , TAZUKE Yuichi , MIYADAI Tomonao , HOSHI Kensuke

    Magnetic measurements are made on a random ferromagnet Fe.TiS.(0.36 :<,v30.43). Analysis of the magnetization curve for ,X'=0.38 and 0.42 shows thatboth compounds show the behavior characteristic o …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 57(5), p1743-1750, 1988-05

  • Indirect Absorption Edge of GaS under Uniaxial Pressure

    SASAKI Yoshiro , HOSHI Kunihiro , SAITO Satoshi , YAMAGUCHI Kunihiko , NISHINA Yuichiro

    Optical absorption spectra of layered compound GaS are measured near theindirect edge under uniaxial pressure parallel to the c-axis (perpendicular to thelayer) at 4.2 K. The deduced values of the def …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 52(11), p3706-3709, 1983-11

  • Effect of Pressure on the Electrical Resistivity of Fe_<65>(Ni_<0.84>Mn_<0.16>)_<35> Alloy

    HOSHI Kensuke , OOMI Gendo , MORI Nobuo

    The electrical resjstivity of Fe.,(Ni..g.Mn ...6 ).. alloy is measured ttnder highpressttre up to 30 kbar from 4.2 K to 300 K. A resistance minimum is found near25 K at atmospheric pressure. The tempe …

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 51(12), 3749-3750, 1982-12-15

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