The magnetic properties of nickel films electrolytically deposited on brass tubes are determined by the method previously described for Iron and Cobalt films (Phys. Rev. 30, 681 (1927); 35 292 (1930). Films about 130 rnμ thick attain a magnetization of about 380 c. g. s. units in a field of 200 gauss, a value about equal to that for bulk nickel. As in Iron and Cobalt the coercive force is high, but the remanence is somewhat less than was found for iron and cobalt.
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Tyndall, E. P. T. and Malmstrom, H. E.
"Magnetization of Electrolytic Nickel Films,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(312), 313.
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