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Subject: What is the unit cell for Nd2Fe14B magnets?

Date: Tue Jul 11 18:22:50 2006
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My friend and I were wondering about what the structure of neodymium iron 
boride is. I figure it consists of three fused cubes with neodymium atoms in 
the two outer ones and a boron atom in the middle one, but I couldn't get any 
further. All the scientific articles on the Web seem to require a membership, 
so I can't find any info. A Google image search revealed nothing.

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