Magnetic Relaxation in Magnetite and in its Solid Solutions with Manganese and Nickel Ferrites

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OUR previous investigation of magnetic relaxation in (Ni,Zn)xFe3−xO4+y and (Mn,Zn)xFe3−xO4+y solid solutions with magnetite (0.85 x 1) showed certain similarities to exist among the phenomena which occur in both systems1. Such similarities have since been reported by other authors2,3.

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BRAGIŃSKI, A., MERCERON, T. Magnetic Relaxation in Magnetite and in its Solid Solutions with Manganese and Nickel Ferrites. Nature 191, 898–899 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/191898a0

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