Study of Curie temperature of cobalt ferrite based composites for stress sensor applications

  title={Study of Curie temperature of cobalt ferrite based composites for stress sensor applications},
  author={John Evan Snyder and J. A. Paulsen and A. P. Ring and Jeffrey Scott Leib and Chester C. H. Lo and David C. Jiles},
  journal={Digest of INTERMAG 2003. International Magnetics Conference (Cat. No.03CH37401)},
  • J. Snyder, J. Paulsen, D. Jiles
  • Published 23 September 2003
  • Materials Science
  • Digest of INTERMAG 2003. International Magnetics Conference (Cat. No.03CH37401)
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