## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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91 ) In practice , the magnetization M is often given instead of the magnetic

induction B . Fortunately the Fourier transform of the magnetic

potential contains M in a simple form . In magnetostatics we have B ) ( II . 92 ) B ( r

) = H ( r ) + ...

91 ) In practice , the magnetization M is often given instead of the magnetic

induction B . Fortunately the Fourier transform of the magnetic

**interaction**potential contains M in a simple form . In magnetostatics we have B ) ( II . 92 ) B ( r

) = H ( r ) + ...

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ELECTRON PROPERTIES Inasmuch as a net attractive

electrons due to the electron - phonon

energy EKI SWD , information about the electronic density of states near the

Fermi ...

ELECTRON PROPERTIES Inasmuch as a net attractive

**interaction**betweenelectrons due to the electron - phonon

**interaction**is expected for quasi - particleenergy EKI SWD , information about the electronic density of states near the

Fermi ...

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The maximum of the order parameter between the flux lines is proportional to ( 1

– B / B . 2 ) ( de Gennes , 1966 ) , which explains the B dependence , since all

min .

The maximum of the order parameter between the flux lines is proportional to ( 1

– B / B . 2 ) ( de Gennes , 1966 ) , which explains the B dependence , since all

**interaction**models should give an**interaction**proportional to | Y ? Imax - | Y ? /min .

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