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1 5 Magnetocrystalline anisotropy p 8 1 6 Stress anisotropy p
7 Reasons for the occurrence of domains p 10 1 8 Changes in domain
2 3 Physical origin of the anisotropy p 24 2 4 Arbitrary orientation
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alloys angle anisotropy constants applied field axis Bozorth calculated changes in magnetization Chapter closing domains coercive force complicated component of magnetization considered cos2 Curie point deduced demagnetizing field depend direction of magnetization directions of domain domain arrangements domain magnetization domain structure domain walls easy directions eddy currents eddy-current effects equation equilibrium experiment external field ferromagnetic field direction field H finite field free energy free poles frequencies gauss give grains hysteresis loop inclusions increase initial susceptibility internal stresses iron Kersten magnetiza magnetization curve magnetocrystalline anisotropy magnetocrystalline energy magnetostrictive effects magnitude main domains material measurements mechanism method minimum Neel nickel normal obstacles obtained oersteds orientation parallel particles Permalloy permeability Phys plane possible region reversal saturation Shockley shown in fig shows simple single crystals single-crystal small fields Snoek specimen spontaneous magnetization Stoner surface energy temperature tension theory tion torque unit volume values variation wall energy wall movement wire