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The

some cases, as in NisMn, the disordered alloy is weakly

ordered alloy is strongly

The

**ferromagnetic**properties of alloys may be sensitive to the degree of order; insome cases, as in NisMn, the disordered alloy is weakly

**ferromagnetic**and theordered alloy is strongly

**ferromagnetic**.21 ELEMENTARY THEORY OF ORDER ...Page 402

The properties of

closely related to the domain structure. We develop for simple situations the

theory of

antiferromagnetic ...

The properties of

**ferromagnetic**materials of interest in technical applications areclosely related to the domain structure. We develop for simple situations the

theory of

**ferromagnetic**domains. An introduction to the behavior ofantiferromagnetic ...

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... 184 Ferroelectric domains, 200 Ferroelectrics, frequency dependence, 202

polarization catastrophe, 188 thermodynamic theory, 194

domains, origin, 416, 419

photographs, 417, ...

... 184 Ferroelectric domains, 200 Ferroelectrics, frequency dependence, 202

polarization catastrophe, 188 thermodynamic theory, 194

**Ferromagnetic**domains, origin, 416, 419

**Ferromagnetic**resonance, 410 condition, 448photographs, 417, ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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