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a solid solution in which alpha iron is the solvent

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2+] doped coated cobalt ferrites nanoparticles of various compositions prepared by co-precipitation method.
Ferrites have high dielectric constant and low tan d, they may be attractive for application in switching and memory storage devices.
For ferrites this magnetic moment is the difference between A and B sites.
The ferrite bead is the simplest type of the filter: it is characterized by low cost and significant attenuation of short electromagnetic pulses (similar to high-frequency signal) in conductors connected to electronic apparatus.
Nubiola will expand production of its Nubifer K Series, zinc ferrites inorganic pigments.
To prove the multi-band behavior, the microwave transmission properties of ferrite-based metamaterials tuned by the saturation magnetization of the ferrite were investigated by experiments and simulations.
There are many methods of producing ferrites, which include classical ceramic method, the dry milling method, the co-precipitation method, the hydrothermal reaction and the sol-gel auto-combustion method etc.
Two devices typically are used: a line impedance stabilizing network (LISN) (Figure 1) up to 30 MHz and a ferrite absorbing clamp from 30 MHz to 1 GHz.
Ferrites are nothing more than inductors with a low series and high parallel resistance.
Tokyo, Oct 14, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - The invention of ferrite by the Tokyo Institute of Technology and the commercial development of ferrite cores by TDK made substantial contributions to the global electronics industry.
The magnetic characteristics of ferrites are strongly affected when the particle size approaches a critical diameter, below which each particle is a single magnetic domain.
Prospects for bonded ferrites and bonded rare earths have never been as bright as today, according to Intertech, with global sales forecast to total over $2 billion by 2005.
Nd-Fe-B alloy offers greater magnetic strength than conventional ferrites.
Unlike ordinary passive components, microwave ferrites exhibit non-reciprocal behavior under the influence of externally applied magnetostatic bias fields.
Table 2: Worldwide Permanent Magnet Production (2006): Percentage Breakdown by Product Segments - Alnico, Ferrites, SmCo, and NdFeB (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-17 Classification of Permanent Magnetic Materials II-17 Alnico Magnets II-17