Magnetization process observation of a CoNiCr film in the field of a weakly excited objective

Li Tang; Thomas, Gareth
October 1993
Applied Physics Letters;10/4/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 14, p1993
Academic Journal
Examines the magnetization process of a CoNiCr (cobalt-nickel-chromium) film in the field of a weakly excited objective lens in a transmission electron microscope. Ways to study the domains and domain walls of ferromagnetic materials; Dynamics of magnetization state transitions; Dominance of the domain wall motion at the initial stage of magnetization process.


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