## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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10.6, o Hoge H T 2m The effect is large enough to be measured only in the case

of

1.929 and for the alloy permalloy g = 1.906. Thus the value of g associated with ...

10.6, o Hoge H T 2m The effect is large enough to be measured only in the case

of

**ferromagnetic**materials. By using this procedure Barnett found that for iron g =1.929 and for the alloy permalloy g = 1.906. Thus the value of g associated with ...

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It is among these substances that

phenomenon of the electron spin is brought out by the fact that the ratio of

magnetic moment to angular momentum for

approximately that ...

It is among these substances that

**ferromagnetism**is observed. That it is aphenomenon of the electron spin is brought out by the fact that the ratio of

magnetic moment to angular momentum for

**ferromagnetic**substances isapproximately that ...

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**Ferromagnetic**Materials.-A very large number of**ferromagnetic**alloyshave been developed for various purposes, but it is possible here to mention 225

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