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2003). Magnetostriction in Glass-Coated Magnetic Microwires. 258-259, (March 2003), pp. 151-157, ISSN 0304-8853 2 M-Type Barium Hexagonal Ferrite Films Mingzhong Wu Department of Physics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA 1. 1,2,3 These devices include resonators, filters, circulators, isolators, and phase shifters. They have had a major impact on the advancement of microwave technology. The underlying physical effects in microwave magnetic devices include ferromagnetic resonance (FMR), magnetostatic wave (MSW) propagation, Faraday rotation, and field displacement.

17. 5 m. Fig. 18. 5 m. Rapidly Solidified Magnetic Nanowires and Submicron Wires 21 Fig. 19. 5B15 amorphous microwire with the metallic nucleus diameter of 22 m and the glass coating thickness of 20 m. 5B15 submicron wires with metallic nucleus diameters down to 500 nm. 7 m. Fig. 20. 7 m. This shows that, even though the wire is fully bistable in its entire metallic nucleus, in the near-surface region there is a complex anisotropy which is different from the expected pure axial one. This is presumed to be a remnant of the radial anisotropy encountered in 22 Advanced Magnetic Materials amorphous microwires with the same composition (Chiriac & Óvári, 1996).

2000). Domain Wall Propagation in Bistable Amorphous Wires. 1-2, (March 2000), pp. ; Gonda, P. & Varga, R. (2009). Improved Sixtus-Tonks Method for Sensing the Domain Wall Propagation Direction. 2, (December 2009), pp. K. & Zhukov, A. (2009). Mechanisms of the Ultrafast Magnetization Switching in Bistable Amorphous Microwires. ; Provencio, M. & Vázquez, M. (2008). Nanocrystalline Glass-Coated FeNiMoB Microwires. T. & Hernando, A. (1993). A High‐Performance Hysteresis Loop Tracer. 10, (May 1993), pp.

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