Current trends in applications of magnetic ceramic materials
Magnetic oxides, a major constituent of magnetic ceramic materials, are most extensively used in a variety of applications as soft, moderate and hard ferrites. I review here its applications with special emphasis on some recent developments in magnetic recording materials.
KeywordsMagnetic ceramic materials their applications
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