In the previous chapters we covered theoretical aspects of magnetism and magnetization dynamics, as well as practical aspects of implementation of the SLL equation in efficient softwares. In this chapter we focus on the most natural and frequently used experimental method to study magnetization dynamics, namely ferromagnetic resonance (FMR). This experimental technique has evolved into a powerful experimental technique for studies of magnetization dynamics of materials. It is, by far, the most common method for extracting damping parameters in materials, and is also a reliable technique for estimating precession frequencies of magnetic systems, leading to detection of magnetic g-factor, magnetic anisotropy and saturation magnetism.
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