"Amorphous Ferromagnetic Metallic Alloys" Hello all, In a project in which I'm looking to endeavor, I have a need for a material with high magnetic permeability and high electrical resistivity. In beginning my research, I came across this in Wikipedia: "One can also make amorphous (non-crystalline) ferromagnetic metallic alloys by very rapid quenching (cooling) of a liquid alloy. These have the advantage that their properties are nearly isotropic (not aligned along a crystal axis); this results in low coercivity, low hysteresis loss, high permeability, and high electrical resistivity. A typical such material is a transition metal-metalloid alloy, made from about 80% transition metal (usually Fe, Co, or Ni) and a metalloid component (B, C, Si, P, or Al) that lowers the melting point." This material sounds like a perfect fit for my project, with the added bonus of low hysteresis loss. Does anyone know of any commercially available material that fits this description? Thanks edit: I've located a name for these materials, "soft ferrites." Also, manganese-zinc and nickel-zinc seem to be two available such compounds. Does anyone know of a supplier that would sell something like this in raw form, like in a sheet or rod?