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Some properties of a soft magnetic material from oxidized iron powder

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Translated from Poroshkova Metallurgiya, No. 9(165), pp. 57–62, September, 1976.

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Orekhov, Y.P., Boikov, V.K. & Veselov, V.G. Some properties of a soft magnetic material from oxidized iron powder. Powder Metall Met Ceram 15, 706–710 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01157841

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Keywords

  • Iron
  • Magnetic Material
  • Iron Powder
  • Soft Magnetic Material
  • Oxidize Iron Powder