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

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Additionally , the room temperature concentration dependence is given in fig . 23

for various ions [ 139 ] . The large anisotropy contributions of the Co2 + and Ru3

+ ions reflect the strong angular variation of their

Additionally , the room temperature concentration dependence is given in fig . 23

for various ions [ 139 ] . The large anisotropy contributions of the Co2 + and Ru3

+ ions reflect the strong angular variation of their

**energy**levels displayed in fig .Page 144

( 2.6 ) , we obtain the

dependent wall parameter A ' ( x , z ) is optimized by minimizing the wall

locally . From eqs . ( 3.3 ) and ( 3.4 ) we find the local wall

min J ...

( 2.6 ) , we obtain the

**energy**correctly to first order in H , and H , The spatiallydependent wall parameter A ' ( x , z ) is optimized by minimizing the wall

**energy**locally . From eqs . ( 3.3 ) and ( 3.4 ) we find the local wall

**energy**w do ( 3.5 ) omin J ...

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Characteristic

disperion relation in eq . ( 5.19 ) requires an explicit form for the

the magnetic material . The

Characteristic

**energy**densities in the bulk regions . - A further evaluation of thisdisperion relation in eq . ( 5.19 ) requires an explicit form for the

**energy**density inthe magnetic material . The

**energy**density of a magnetic material consists of ...### 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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