PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER, vol.552, pp.71-77, 2019 (SCI-Expanded)
The ferrimagnetic-ferromagnetic-ferrimagnetic quaternary alloy is constructed on the Bethe lattice in the compound form as AB(p)C(q)D(r) and formulated in terms of the exact recursion relations in the standard-random approach. The QA is designed on the BL by placing the A atoms (spin-1) only on the sites of odd shells and randomly placing B (spin-3/2), C (spin-5/2) or D (spin-2) atoms with probabilities, or concentrations, p, q and r, respectively, on the sites of even shells. The phase diagrams are obtained from the thermal analysis of the order-parameters. It is also found that the model yields only one compensation temperature.