Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The experimental facility - vibrating sample magnetometer was assembled to measure the magnetization of magnetic fluids in the range of magnetic field induction ± 1500 mT. The magnetic field was generated by using the FL-1 electromagnet. The measurement error of the experimental facility was determined by comparison with nickel and cobalt which have the saturation magnetization of 54 emu/g and 152 emu/g at room temperature.

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