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1965 - electron microscope used to examine domain walls, the boundaries between magnetic lines of force in different directions

AN EYE FOR A MAGNET

CD 1967024 E&MP49.001

Electron Microscope

November 23, 1965

This electron microscope, which magnifies up to 90,000 times, is being used by scientists at Honeywell Research Center, Minneapolis, Minn., to examine “domain walls,” the boundaries between magnetic lines of force in different directions. 


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