By S. V. Vonsovskii
This quantity is made out of 9 chapters and starts with an advent to magnetic resonance in ferromagnetics and the phenomenological concept of ferromagnetic resonance, with emphasis on components that impact resonance frequency equivalent to form, crystal magnetic anisotropy, and area constitution. the idea of ferromagnetic resonance in a linear approximation can also be thought of, besides ferromagnetic resonance in metals and line width of ferromagnetic resonance absorption. The final chapters describe nonlinear tactics that happen in the course of ferromagnetic resonance in ferrites.
This booklet may be an invaluable source for physicists and physic students.