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Advanced Magnetic Materials

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Advanced Magnetic Materials
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106371
Number of pages: 230

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This book reports on recent progress in emerging technologies, modern characterization methods, theory and applications of advanced magnetic materials. It covers broad spectrum of topics: technology and characterization of rapidly quenched nanowires for information technology; fabrication and properties of hexagonal ferrite films for microwave communication; surface reconstruction of magnetite for spintronics; etc.

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