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Intended for the newcomer to magnetism, this book will be useful as a text for students of magnetism and magnetic materials. It initially approaches the magnetic phenomena on an everyday macroscopic scale, then gradually progresses to smaller scale phenomena which will be of interest to physicists, materials scientists and electrical engineers. An advantage to this approach is that it is possible to introduce the subject from an appeal to the reader's experience rather than through abstract concepts.
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A comprehensive introduction. - High Tech Ceramics News; David Jiles has written a very readable book ... The text is brisk and straightforward, so that the subject is made tractable and appealing, while still presenting the relevant discussions and approaches ... The bibliography is remarkably full and invites the reader to sample further the mysteries of the subject, although many engineers will find David Jiles' book more than adequate. It is comforting, however, to know that the author has synthesized so many ideas so well on behalf of the readers' behalf. - Electrical Engineering Education
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Book Description Springer, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110412386305
Book Description Springer, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0412386305