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A magnetic‐reluctance thickness gauge for high conductivity, ferromagnetic films
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8. where is the inductance of the transformer secondary and f is the operating frequency.
9.Cores 702U295, 376U250, and 105F250 of material 3E2A available from Ferroxcube Corp., Saugerties, New York 12477.
10.Pot style cores are available from Ferroxcube Corp., Saugerties, New York 12477.
11.Ferromagnetic fluids are available from Ferrofluidics Corp., Burlington, Massachusetts 01803.
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