Effect of heat treatment on the magnetic and electrical properties of magnesium-aluminum superhigh-frequency ferrites
As the result of quenching magnesium-aluminum ferrites, their saturation magnetization increases by about 2.4 times.
Quenching magnesium-aluminum ferrites increases their resistivity by several orders owing to the increase in the divalent iron content.
In quenched and annealed ferrites, diffusion processes occur during aging, producing a variation in magnetization and resistivity.
KeywordsIron Heat Treatment Ferrite Electrical Property Diffusion Process
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