Stress Effects on Thermoremanent Magnetization


FROM the results of our pressure experiments1 and more recent measurements of susceptibility anisotropy it appears that this parameter is of negligible importance in the production of thermoremanent pressure effects.

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    Hall, J. M., and Neale, R. N., Nature, 188, 805 (1960).

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HALL, J. Stress Effects on Thermoremanent Magnetization. Nature 191, 586 (1961).

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