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a solid solution in which alpha iron is the solvent

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10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Magnets and Magnetic Materials in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Soft Magnetic Materials (Soft Ferrite, & Electrical Steel), and Permanent Magnetic Materials (Alnico Magnets, Hard Ferrite, Samarium Cobalt Magnets, & NdFeB Magnets).
Nubiola will expand production of its Nubifer K Series, zinc ferrites inorganic pigments.
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 properties of the substituted barium ferrites may be largely dependent on the characters of the powders except for substitution rate, increase as increase in magnetic anisotropy and shape anisotropy and crystallinity, and decrease in particle size.
Two commercial cross-linked resins (namely, Amberlite[R] GT73 and Amberlite[R]IRC748) were employed for anchoring the ferrite particles.
Individual presentations will deal with high-energy ferrite imbedding powders; HDDR, interstitial and leanneo powder developments; and new opportunities in automotive, computer, security, biomedical, sealing and signage applications.
At present, they contain only ferrites, although Ticona is exploring use of Nd-Fe-B.
Table 43: Japanese Market for Sintered NdFeB (2006): Percentage Breakdown by End-Use Applications - Voice Coil Motors, Generators/Motors, MRI Systems, Communications, Acoustics and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21 Japan Losing Ground on Soft Ferrites III-21 Research and Development Activity III-22 Product Launches III-22 Historic Developments III-23 Select Japanese Players III-24 B.
There are a number of major families of permanent magnets available for designers, ranging from ferrite, known for its low cost and low energy, to rare earth materials, which are more expensive and offer higher performance.
Now it can be processed at up to 572 F, suiting it to uses in nylon and in ABS, where conventional zinc ferrites change color dramatically, according to Bayer.
MICA's high performance mixers and ferrites strengthen Micronetics' ability to provide its customers with complete microwave subsystems and system solutions.
Praxair has also installed innovative non-cryogenic on-site plants for customers such as Usha Martin, Timken, Epcos Ferrites and Sundaram Fasteners.
102 TABLE 73 SHIN ETSU RARE EARTH MAGNETS 103 TABLE 74 STANFORD MAGNETS 104 TABLE 75 TDK FERRITES 104 TABLE 76 THINOVA CO.
Praxair has also set up smaller on-site plants based on innovative technologies for customers such as Usha Martin and Timken in Jamshedpur, Epcos Ferrites in Kalyani, West Bengal, and Sundaram Fasteners at Hosur.