# Errata in Hubert/Schäfer "Magnetic Domains"

**Referring to the original edition of 8/98**

(*most errors have been corrected in the "Corrected Printing 2000", available after Dez. 99*)

Last update March 09, 2010

p. IX | Middle and bottom of page: Replace R. Gelotta by R. Celotta |

p. 34 | line 25: a minus sign is missing in the exponential function (thanks to Radek Urban) |

p. 60 | Fig. 2.30: Image (b) has to be rotated by 180° |

p. 100 | Line -6: The temperature is "about 600 °C" |

p. 101 | Figure caption: The temperature is 580 °C |

p. 102 | Fig. 2.55d: Replace v by v_{3} in formula |

p. 119 | Eq. (3.19b): a factor 1/2 is missing on the right side (thanks to Daniel Braun and Dima Berkov) |

p. 121 | Fig. 3.3a: Replace the "0" on the b/a-axis by "1" |

p. 122 | Eq. 3.25b: Replace right-hand side of F_{200} by xL_{x} - r (thanks to Daniel Braun) |

p. 122 | Eq. 3.25b: Replace right-hand side of F_{100} by L_{x} |

p. 123 | Eq. 3.25c: Replace in second line of F_{221} "-+" by "-" |

p. 148 | Eq. (3.61): The sign before the stray field term must be negative |

p. 187 | Fig. 3.35a: H_{d} must include an -x-component. H_{in} must be shortened accordingly |

p. 214 | Fig. 3.52: The reduced field is defined here as h = µ_{0}H/J_{s}. The magnetization must be understood to point towards the dark ends of the double conesin (a) and (b). The centre vector on the top surface of (a) is inverted by mistake, however |

p. 245 | Fig. 3.77: The label numbers on the ordinate have to be divided by (2 Π)^{1/2} (thanks to J. McCord) |

p. 265 | Twice: Replace [#75] by [653] |

p. 290 | Equ. (3.183): The correct powers are D^{2}^{}f |

p. 299 | Equ. (3.188), second equation: the term -J_{s}δΦ_{d}/δx is missing on the left side (thanks to Giovanni Asti and Alex Bogdanov) |

p. 309 | Fig. 3.114a: The W/D-axis grid labels are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 |

p. 321 | Fig. 3.121b: The arrow in the right basic domain has to be inverted |

p. 327 | Line -12: Remove the clause "as preferred for small Q and L" |

p. 341 | Equ. (3.236), left equation: the two fractions must be collected within brackets |

p. 342 | Caption Fig. 3.137: the unit of C_{s} is Joule per cubic meter |

p. 370 | Fig. 4.5: The dashed area is K_{c1}/4 |

p. 434 | Line -10: Replace "inside the domains" by "inside the grains" |

p. 468 | Fig. 5.77: The field value in (f) was 25 A/cm |

p. 514 | Fig. 5.133: Thickness of Co films 20 nm. Polycrystalline. a)-d) missing |

p. 549 | Fig. 6.17: The scale bars are in (a - c): 0.77 cm = 20 µm in (d, e): 0.92 cm = 50 µm in (f): 0.8 cm = 100 µm |

p. 605 | Ref. [173]: J. McCord, A. Hubert: Normalized differential Kerr microscopy - An advanced method for magnetic imaging. Phys. Status Solidi A 171, 555-562 (1999) |

p. 617 | Ref. [548]: Third author: Teukolsky (also in author index, p. 680) |

p. 619 | Ref. [598]: W. Rave, K. Fabian and A. Hubert: Magnetic states of small cubic particles with uniaxial anisotropy. J. Magn. Magn. Mat. 190, 332-348 (1998) |

p. 633 | Ref. [1025]: The year of publication is 1990. Note that Ref. [1025] and Ref. [1027] are identical |

p. 671 | Author index: Lichte: "60, 62" |

p. 685 | Barkhausen jumps: Replace 356 by 357 |

p. 692 | Add in subject index: Neutron depolarization techniques 100, 101 |