ferrimagnet


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ferrimagnet

[′fe·ri‚mag·nət]
(solid-state physics)
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The spectral response of ferrimagnets magnetite and maghemite both have characteristic shapes in permeability and loss that may be useful for corrosion quantification in the GHz range while hematite and goethite are lower loss dielectrics with no distinctive spectral shapes in the frequency range we tested.
Hinzke et al., "Modeling ultrafast all-optical switching in synthetic ferrimagnets," Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, vol.
A theory is known [10] about the formation of the magnetic properties of nanosized ferrimagnets due to the anisotropy induced by internal elastic microstrains.
Kobe, Amorphous Ferro- and Ferrimagnets: Translation from Germ, Mir Publishers, Moscow, Russia, 1982.
Similar data have been found in studies of diamagnetically substituted bulk ferrimagnets such as [Mn.sub.0.25][Zn.sub.0.75][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4] [30] and [Li.sub.1.125][Ti.sub.1.25][Fe.sub.0.625][O.sub.4] [31].