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Re: how linear is the 'curie effect'.

Date: Wed May 7 19:38:49 2003
Posted By: Dr. Fred Jeffers, Staff, Magnetic Recording Research, Iomega corp.
Area of science: Physics
ID: 1051999001.Ph

     You should look in any standard magnetics text book for this under 
the "Weiss Equation".  The best picture I know is Figure 14-7 in 
Bozorth "Ferromagnetism",orgininally published by Bell Labs and Van 
Nostrand in 1951!  It should be available in any good technical library.  
You can also look in Google under "Weiss Equation" 
     Basically, as the Curie point is approached the magnetude of the 
applied field becomes more important.   

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