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Subject: this question is in regards to magnetic permeability

Date: Sat Jul 2 01:47:56 2005
Posted by shawn
Grade level: nonaligned School: n/a
City: rochester State/Province: NY Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 1120286876.Ph

  Can the magnetic permeability of annealed metglas be increased by more than 
one million permeability? I was told that a material scientist could answer 
this question for me not a physicist, thats why i clicked on other in the area 
of science box.  I thought that by layering the metglas the permeability would 
be greater than one million permeability by layering the metglas which would 
leave less magnetic flux occuring in the surrounding air outside of the object 
that is being shielded? Also i looked throught the all the archives and they 
dont seem to help me.  Please let me know what you guys can find out.  I would 
greatly appreciate it if you guys would respond back to me A.S.A.P.!!! Thanks 

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