Magnetodynamics

Magnetodynamics

 

a branch of the study of magnetism that deals with magnetization processes in fields that vary over time. In addition to its theoretical importance, the study of the frequency dependence of magnetic properties (such as magnetic resonance) is also of great practical importance in connection with applications of ferromagnetic materials in instruments and devices operating in variable fields. The term “magnetodynamics” is rarely used in the contemporary scientific literature.

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