Amorphous Magnetic Alloy Ribbons and Their Application

Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 92)


Amorphous materials are solids such as glass which have a randomly closepacked structure of atoms and/or molecules. The amorphous state is also called the “glass state.” All amorphous magnetic materials are artificial: no natural magnetic glass is known to exist.


Amorphous Alloy Magnetic Anisotropy Magnetic Core Alloy Ribbon Magnetic Head 
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