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Anomalous High-frequency Resistance of Ferromagnetic Metals

Nature volume 158, pages 670671 (09 November 1946) | Download Citation

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THE energy lost by a high-frequency current flowing in a conductor is dependent on the product of the electrical resistivity μ and the magnetic permeability μ of the conductor, and this fact has been used by several investigators1,2,3 to determine the effective permeability of ferromagnetic metals at high frequencies.

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    A review of previous work is given by Allanson, J. Inst. Elect. Eng., Pt. 3, 92, 247 (1945).

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    , Nature, 157, 735 (1946).

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    and , Phys. Rev., 42, 571 (1932).

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  1. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford. Oct. 15.

    • J. H. E. GRIFFITHS

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