## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 70N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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perimeter , then y ( P ) must return to its ... which forces the A - Bloch lines to

squeeze to a separation ( 3.17 ) 8 = ar / ( 8 – 1 ) , where r is the radius of the

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**bubbles**. If a point P on the wall of a closed domain moves once around theperimeter , then y ( P ) must return to its ... which forces the A - Bloch lines to

squeeze to a separation ( 3.17 ) 8 = ar / ( 8 – 1 ) , where r is the radius of the

**bubble**.Page 184

translation , namely the deflection effect . In this section we focus on the

dynamical structure of a translating

.

**Bubble**translation . Up to this point we have discussed only one aspect of**bubble**translation , namely the deflection effect . In this section we focus on the

dynamical structure of a translating

**bubble**and on the related inertial effects . 8'1.

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Here yra represents the final momentum of the

. Vrco may be nonzero if , for example , punch - through has occurred and vertical

Bloch lines remain at the flanks of the

Here yra represents the final momentum of the

**bubble**at the end of the overshoot. Vrco may be nonzero if , for example , punch - through has occurred and vertical

Bloch lines remain at the flanks of the

**bubble**as in the lower sequence of fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Magnetooptical rotation | 2 |

Rareearth iron garnets | 5 |

Bubble translation | 8 |

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absorption angle anisotropy Appl applied assumed axis Bloch lines bubble calculated causes centres composition consider constants contribution corresponding coupling crystal cubic curve dependence determined direction discussed distribution domain effects electron energy equation exchange experiment experimental expression Fe2+ Fe3+ ions ferrimagnetic field film function GELLER give given ground increases interaction iron garnets Journ lattice levels light magnetic field magnitude material measurements mode moments motion normal observed obtained occur octahedral orientation parallel parameter photoinduced Phys plane polarization position properties rare-earth ions region relation relaxation represents resonance respectively rotation sample shown in fig shows space group specimens spin wave spontaneous spontaneous magnetization structure sublattice substitution surface symmetry temperature tetrahedral theory tion torque transition uniaxial unit values variation wall yttrium iron garnet

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Structural and Magnetic Phase Transitions in Minerals S. Ghose,J.M.D. Coey,E. Salje Snippet view - 1988 |