Frequency dependence of microwave complex permeability under magnetic bias
ITAE RAS, 125412, Moscow, Izhorskaya 13, Russian Federation
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Published online: 4 July 2018
Measurement of the frequency dependence of the permeability under magnetic bias is proposed as a new method for studying the microwave magnetic properties of magnetic materials. The samples under study are either rolls of thin ferromagnetic films or the composites filled with sendust particles. It is shown that the permeability measured under external magnetic bias depends on sample thickness. The correct interpretation of the measured data is possible only when sample demagnetization is accounted for. The values of the anisotropy field and the saturation magnetization of thin nitrogen doped iron films and flake-shaped sendust particles are calculated considering demagnetization of the washer-shaped sample.
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