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[en] Based on experimental data it is shown, for some chosen alloys and compounds of iron, that there is no unique relationship between the 57Fe-site magnetic hyperfine field, Bhf, and the magnetic moment per Fe atom, μ. Instead, the Bhf-μ plot consists of several branches, each of them being characteristic of a given alloy or compound. Consequently, the effective proportionality constant (hyperfine coupling constant) depends on the alloy system or compound, and for a given alloy system or compound it depends on the composition or even on the lattice site. Consequently, the scaling of Bhf into the underlying μ cannot be done a priori.