Studies of dynamic magnetostriction by time-resolved scanning fiber interferometry

Freeeman, M.R.; Nunes Jr., G.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/30/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p1200
Academic Journal
Examines dynamic magnetostriction using time resolved scanning fiber interferometry. Consideration of crossover as a function of decreasing cylinder diameter; Implications of spatially resolved measurements; Viability of time resolved scanning probe methods in the context of magnetics.


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