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WAVE NUMBER DEPENDENCE OF SPIN‐WAVE RELAXATION IN YIG
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9.The deviations from a straight line for small k values is due to the excitation of magnetostatic modes which do not satisfy the dispersion relation leading to For large k values the bending down of is predicted by the k dependence of the three‐magnon process3 and has been previously observed at 300° K.4
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