Ferromagnetic Resonance is a comprehensive account of the basic theory of ferromagnetic resonance, that is, the resonant absorption of a high-frequency magnetic field in ferromagnetic substances. Topics covered include magnetic resonance in ferromagnetics and antiferromagnetics as excitation of spin waves; relaxation processes in ferromagnetic dielectrics; ferromagnetic resonance in metals; and line width of ferromagnetic resonance absorption. Nonlinear processes in ferrites in UHF fields are also discussed.
This volume is comprised of nine chapters and begins with an introduction to magnetic resonance in ferromagnetics and the phenomenological theory of ferromagnetic resonance, with emphasis on factors that affect resonance frequency such as shape, crystal magnetic anisotropy, and domain structure. The theory of ferromagnetic resonance in a linear approximation is also considered, along with ferromagnetic resonance in metals and line width of ferromagnetic resonance absorption. The last chapters describe nonlinear processes that occur during ferromagnetic resonance in ferrites.
This book will be a useful resource for physicists and physic students.
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|Size: ||35.7 MB|
|Date published: || 1966|
|ISBN: ||9781483151489 (DRM-PDF)|
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