Magnetic coercivity of Fe3O4 particle systems

Arajs, Sigurds; Amin, Nurul; Anderson, Elmer E.
April 1991
Journal of Applied Physics;4/15/1991, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p5122
Academic Journal
Investigates the magnetic coercivity and squareness of various ferric oxide particle systems as a function of particle size and packing density. Magnetic coercivity (H[subc]) as a function of volume packing density; Role of particle interactions on H[subc] in the above submicronic ferric oxide particle systems; Role of interface between ferric oxide and aluminum oxide.


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