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By Allan H. Morrish

The IEEE Press is happy to reissue this crucial publication for figuring out the foundation of contemporary magnetic fabrics. Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism are coated in an built-in demeanour ---- unifying subject material from physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and engineering. Magnetic phenomena are mentioned either from an experimental and theoretical standpoint. The underlying actual rules are offered first, by means of macroscopic or microscopic theories. even though quantum mechanical theories are given, a phenomenological technique is emphasised. greater than part the booklet is dedicated to a dialogue of strongly coupled dipole platforms, the place the molecular box thought is emphasised. The actual rules of Magnetism is a vintage "must learn" for a person operating within the magnetics, electromagnetics, computing, and communications fields.

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The number of electrons in molecules is usually even, so that the spins balance in pairs. The orbital angular momentum either compensates in such a way to provide a zero value or else is otherwise rendered ineffective by a mechanism to be discussed later. 1. Havens found the gas susceptibilities to be almost independent of pressure and temperature. Most of the Honda and Owen results are reported as atomic susceptibilities, because the molecular formula is not always certain. ' G. G. Havens, Phys.

S. Borovik, F. I. Busel, and. S. F. Grishin, Zhur. Tekh. Fiz. 31, 459 (1961) [trans. Sou. -Tech. Phys. 6, 331 (1961)]; J. R. Purcell, High Magnetic Fields, John Wiley and Sons, New York (1962) p. 166; H. L. , p. 156. 13 These methods consist of discharging a bank of condensers through a coil by means of some kind of switch. Fields of 150,000 oe are comparatively easy to make; with care, useful fields of close to 500,000 oe can be generated. Actually, fields in the neighborhood of 1 million oe have been produced, but the stresses on the coil are so great that it is usually destroyed.

14. THE MAGNETIC FIELD 28 will assume that the dipole moment μ arises from the motion of an electron in a circular orbit. Let r be the radius of the orbit, e its charge, and T the period of rotation. The moving electron can be considered essentially as a current flowing in a wire that coincides with the orbit. The magnetic effects can then be deduced by considering the equivalent magnetic shell. From Section 1-7 we have μ = τΑ, in which μ is the total dipole moment of the shell, τ the strength of the shell, and A the shell area.

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