The Polarization of a Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Field in Lanthanum Manganite

Ustinov, V. V.; Nosov, A. P.; Rinkevich, A. B.; Vasil’ev, V. G.
September 2001
Doklady Physics;Sep2001, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p615
Academic Journal
Examines electromagnetic field transmission and polarization through lanthanum manganites. Domain-wall displacements and the rotation of the magnetization vector; Cotton-Mouton effect; Magneto-optic effect; Dichroism.


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