The characteristics of a new type of synthetic iron-oxide magnetic pigment are discussed in its aplication to standard sound-recording tape, motion-picture magnetic film, and to the instrumentation-tape fields. Discussed, too, are factors other than magnetic properties which affect tape performance.
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