MARCIN NABIALEK THE INFLUENCE OF THE SOAKING PROCESS ON MAGNETIZATION SATURATION AND COERCIVITY FIELD OF THE CLASSIC AMORPHOUS ALLOY FE61CO10Y8NB1B20. This study presents the results of Mossbauer research and magnetic properties. The tests were carried out for amorphous Fe61Co10Y8Nb1B20 alloys produced in the form of strips with a thickness of approximately 35 mm. Mossbauer spectra were measured in transmission geometry for solid samples. Measurements were taken for samples in solidified state and after two heating processes. The first process was carried out at 700K and 60 minutes, the second at 720K and 210 minutes. For the samples prepared in this way, magnetization tests were performed as a function of the magnetic field strength. The values of saturation magnetization and the value of the coercive field were determined from these matrices. It was found that the performed thermal treatments had a negative effect on the value of saturation magnetization and change in the value of the coercive field.
Keywords: amorphous materials, mossbauer effect, saturation magnetization, coercivity field