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Magnetization kinetics in tension and field annealed Fe-based amorphous alloys
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Magnetization kinetics in tension-annealed and field-annealed amorphous magnetic materials indicates that strain and magnetic fields are equally effective in inducing and relaxing local structural and magnetic anisotropy changes. This observation is based on the thermomagnetic aging of the magnetic properties obtained in the materials studied.
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