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Transmission of 24 GHz radiation through Co‐P from 4 °K to 414 °K
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3.Demagnetizing factors and were obtained by comparing the shift in resonance field of a small piece of DPPH mounted on the specimen as compared to DPPH mounted on the cavity wall. These demagnetizing factors agreed with those found by theoretical calculations to within 10%.
4.J. F. Cochran, B. Heinrich, and G. Dewar, Can. J. Phys. 55, 834 (1977).
5.In our limit it makes very little difference whether the Landau‐Lifshitz or the Gilbert form of the damping term is used in the equation of motion. Eg., in our worst case is reduced by only 16 oe if the Gilbert rather than the Landau‐Lifshitz form is used.
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8.In order to take into account the effect of the internal magnetic field, 4πM was fitted versus where6
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10.Values for D deduced from the low temperature magnetization results of Cochrane and Cargill6 for Co‐P of different P concentrations all lie between 100 and 135 mev This is in contrast with the result obtained by Mook et al.11 for using neutron diffraction.
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14.This result was obtained using the magnetostriction constant7 and the yield stress of indium (measured).
15.G. C. Chi and G. S. Cargill III, AIP Conf. Proc. 29, 147 (1975).
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