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Saturation Magnetization Of Nickel

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Saturation Magnetization of Nickel Films of Thickness

1959-12-15  The saturation magnetization of these films was determined as a function of their thickness at 300°K and 77°K. No decrease in saturation magnetization from that of bulk nickel has been observed for films of thickness down to 20 A, at room temperature. The Curie temperature of a 27 A film was found to coincide with that of bulk nickel.

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The Magnetization of Pure Iron and Nickel JSTOR

The saturation magnetizations of very pure iron and nickel have been measured absolutely by a force method at room temperature. The values are 217.6 and 55.1 emu/g (217.6 and 55.1

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New Determinations of the Saturation Magnetization

2008-12-30  Saturation magnetization is determined by consideration of all contributions in the change of magnetization in high magnetic fields, i.e., internal demagnetizing

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New Determinations of the Saturation Magnetization

1968-2-1  Saturation magnetization is determined by consideration of all contributions in the change of magnetization in high magnetic fields, i.e., internal demagnetizing fields, homogeneous rotations, and paramagnetic terms.

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Saturation Magnetization of Nickel Ferrites in Relation

The nickel ferrite having such crystal imperfections has a low saturation magnetization, which increased with increasing firing temperature. In order to clarify the relation between saturation magnetization and lattice imperfections, another sample of nickel ferrite, which was prepared by solid state reaction of NiO and Fe 2 O 3,was mechanically ground for an extended tune period to introduce lattice strain.

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Lattice Expansion and Saturation Magnetization of

Lattice Expansion and Saturation Magnetization of Nickel–Zinc Ferrite Nanoparticles Prepared by Aqueous Precipitation Brian T. Naughton Materials Department, College of Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106‐5050

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The magnetization of pure iron and nickel

The saturation magnetizations of very pure iron and nickel have been measured absolutely by a force method at room temperature. The values are 217.6 and 55.1 emu/g (217.6 and 55.1 J T -1 kg -1) respectively. The theory and reliability of the force method are investigated and discussed.

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Saturation Magnetization an overview

The saturation magnetization Js is the highest in the iron-rich alloys and decreases with increasing nickel and cobalt content. It is generally lower than in crystalline alloys due to the nonmagnetic additions of silicon and boron necessary for glass formation.

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New Determinations of the Saturation Magnetization

2008-12-30  Saturation magnetization is determined by consideration of all contributions in the change of magnetization in high magnetic fields, i.e., internal demagnetizing

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Saturation Magnetization Of Nickel