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The theory of ferromagnetic resonance in metal whiskers

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The paper describes the dependence of surface impedance on the external static field of a longitudinally magnetized cylinder. In agreement with the experimental arrangement, the whisker is located in the centre of a wave-guide, at the point of maximum electric component of the h.f. field. In conclusion, the asymptotic solution, i.e. when the cylindrical problem becomes a plane problem, is discussed.

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In conclusion, the author thanks Dr. Z. Frait, Dr. J. Kaczér and Dr. M. Ondris for valuable advice and remarks.

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Heinrich, B. The theory of ferromagnetic resonance in metal whiskers. Czech J Phys 17, 142–146 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01696121

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  • Static Field
  • Plane Problem
  • Asymptotic Solution
  • Experimental Arrangement
  • Surface Impedance