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Abstract In order to better understand the problem of magnetic anisotropy in amorphous alloys produced by a rapidly quenching technique, in-plane magnetic anisotropy of amorphous (Fe1−x Co x (78Si10B12 alloys was measured by means of a torque magnetometer using a disk specimen made from the amorphous alloy ribbon. The amorphous ribbons were prepared by a single roller type quenching apparatus. It was found that the anisotropy had mostly twofold symmetry in all the alloy cases, and that the concentrationx dependence of the anisotropy constant behaved differently from that of the magnetostriction. Moreover, the anisotropy did not disappear by subsequent annealing at high temperatures where the internal stress relief and the crystallization were completed.
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