Prog. Theor. Phys. Vol. 7 No. 5 (1952) pp. 425-432
Theory of the Antiferromagnetic Resonance Absorption in CuCl22H2O
Department of Physics, Osaka University
(Received March 22, 1952)
T. Nagamiya has developed a theory of antiferromagnetic resonance in the case that the applied static field strength is weaker than the geometrical mean of the exchange field and the anisotropy field. In this paper his theory is extended so as to apply also to the case that the former field is stronger than the latter geometrical mean, and is compared with the experimental results obtained for CuCl22H2O by Gorter et al.
DOI : 10.1143/PTP.7.425
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