An Anomalous Change in the Electric Resistance of Iron-Silicon Alloys with a Longitudinal Magnetic Field at Various Temperatures

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THE electric resistance of Fe-Si alloys was measured in a longitudinal magnetic field at various temperatures. The specimens were annealed at 1000° C. for one hotir and re-annealed at 850° for one hour after setting them on the measuring apparatus.

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SHIRAKAWA, Y. An Anomalous Change in the Electric Resistance of Iron-Silicon Alloys with a Longitudinal Magnetic Field at Various Temperatures. Nature 142, 395 (1938). https://doi.org/10.1038/142395b0

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