Ferromagnetism by Richard M. Bozorth
New York : D. Van Nostrand, 1955. Third printing. Hardcover. 968 pages. Lots or rips and tears around the dust jacket edges. Pages are age toned and unmarked. Binding is firm.
This important monograph makes available for the first time a practical sourcebook for engineers and students covering the entire field of ferromagnetism—from the fundamental magnetic particle, the spinning electron, to the complex alloys that have permeabilities of more than a million times that of free space.
In the selection, organization, and presentation of this material, Dr. Bozorth has been guided by its practical usefulness to research workers, industrial engineers, and students. The fields of metallurgy, chemistry, physics, and electrical engineering are all represented. The presentation is mainly descriptive and nonmathematical when discussing materials. Emphasis is on the physical concepts when discussing theory. An outstanding feature of the book is the large number of illustrations, averaging nearly one per page, which serve to clarify the text and reveal relationships. Manufacturing methods are outlined, with special reference to materials of commercial importance such as the permalloys, grain-oriented silicon iron, the alnicos and the ferrites.
Presented in four main divisions, Part I is introductory, covering concepts of ferromagnetism and factors that affect magnetic quality. Part II is a systematic description of the magnetic and related properties of known ferromagnetic materials. Part III is devoted to the physical phenomena of ferromagnetism. The data are interpreted by means of the domain theory which, in recent years, has made great strides in the interpretation of magnetic phenomena. (Some of the more important contributions to this theory have come from the author and his associates at the Bell Telephone Laboratories.) Part IV and the Appendices, describe various conventional and special methods of measurement of magnetic quantities, and tabulate the more important physical and magnetic properties of ferromagnetic materials.
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