The aim of this work was to study ferromagnetic resonance in the single crystal ferrite film with a small halfwidth of the resonance lineΔH hkl in the bandsX, K andQ. The changes of the resonance static magnetic fields, the effective magnetization, the magnetocrystalline anisotropy field andΔH hkl with the temperature and frequency were investigated.
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The author wishes to express her thanks to Dr. S. Krupička, CSc, Dr. Z. Frait, DrSc., Ing. J. Kantůrek, CSc. and Dr. R. Gerber, CSc. for their valuable discussions. The author is also grateful to Mr. M. Janatka for carrying out the electron diffraction, and Ing. V. Šik for his experimental assistance.
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Šimšová, J. The measurements of the FMR of a MgMn ferrite film. Czech J Phys 19, 1255–1260 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01690311
- Magnetic Field
- Static Magnetic Field
- Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy