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Magnetic Anisotropy: Measurements with a Vector Vibrating Sample Magnetometer

@inproceedings{Dodrill2004MagneticAM,
  title={Magnetic Anisotropy: Measurements with a Vector Vibrating Sample Magnetometer},
  author={B. Dodrill and J. Lindemuth and J. K. Krause},
  year={2004}
}
Introduction Anisotropy is a basic property of magnetic materials. The magnetization tends to lie in certain preferred directions, and the energy of the ferromagnet includes an anisotropy term Ea(θ,φ) where the angular coordinates θ,φ define the direction of magnetization. The anisotropy can be intrinsic, related to atomic scale interactions which define easy directions in the crystal (magnetocrystalline anisotropy), or it can be related to the energy of the sample in its own demagnetizing… CONTINUE READING
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