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Handbook Of Magnetic Phenomena

Author : Harry E. Burke
ISBN : 9789401170062
Genre : Science
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The general theory of magnetism and the vast range of individual phe nomena it embraces have already been examined in many volumes. Spe cialists hardly need help in charting their way through the maze of pub lished information. At the same time, a nonspecialist might easily be discouraged by this abundance. Most texts are restricted in their coverage, and their concepts may well appear to be disorganized when the uninitiated attempt to consider them in their totality. Since the subject is already thoroughly researched with very little new information added year by year, this is hardly a satisfactory state of affairs. By now, it should be possible for anyone with even a minimum of technical competence to feel com pletely at home with all of the basic magnetic principles. The present volume addresses this issue by stressing simplicity-sim plicity of order and simplicity of range as well as simplicity of detail. It proposes a pattern of logical classification based on the electronic con sequences that result whenever any form of matter interacts with any kind of energy. An attempt has been made to present each phenomenon of interest in its most visually graphic form while reducing the verbal de scription to the minimum needed to back up the illustrations. This might be called a Life magazine type of approach, in which each point is prin cipally supported by a picture. The illustrations make use of two (perhaps unique) conventions.

Handbook Of Magnetic Materials

Author : K.H.J. Buschow
ISBN : 0080459498
Genre : Science
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Volume 16 of the Handbook on the Properties of Magnetic Materials, as the preceding volumes, has a dual purpose. As a textbook it is intended to be of assistance to those who wish to be introduced to a given topic in the field of magnetism without the need to read the vast amount of literature published. As a work of reference it is intended for scientists active in magnetism research. To this dual purpose, Volume 16 of the Handbook is composed of topical review articles written by leading authorities. In each of these articles an extensive description is given in graphical as well as in tabular form, much emphasis being placed on the discussion of the experimental material in the framework of physics, chemistry and material science. It provides the readership with novel trends and achievements in magnetism. * composed of topical review articles written by leading authorities. * intended to be of assistance to those who wish to be introduced to a given topic in the field of magnetism. * as a work of reference it is intended for scientists active in magnetism research. * provides the readership with novel trends and achievements in magnetism.

Ferromagnetic Materials

Author : E. P. Wohlfarth
ISBN : 044485312X
Genre : Science
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The Handbook of Magnetic Materials has a dual purpose; as a textbook, it provides an introduction to a given topic within magnetism, and as a work of reference, it serves scientists active in magnetism research. To fulfill these two goals, each chapter in the Handbook is written by leading authorities in the field, and combines state-of-the-art research results with an extensive compilation of archival knowledge. Magnetism is a rapidly expanding field which constantly continues to encompass new phenomena. Examples of such subfields of magnetism are quadrupolar interactions, magnetic superconductors, and quasiscrystals: topics that are all covered in the present volume. The only common ground between these new materials and ferromagnets, is the possession of a magnetic moment; the series title has been slightly adjusted to reflect this. But in keeping with tradition, the Handbook of Magnetic Materials continues to allow readers to acquaint themselves in great depth with topics through the entire breadth of magnetism research.

Handbook Of Magnetic Materials

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ISBN : 9780444638700
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Handbook of Magnetic Materials covers the expansion of magnetism over the last few decades and its applications in research, notably the magnetism of several classes of novel materials that share with truly ferromagnetic materials the presence of magnetic moments. The book is an ideal reference for scientists active in magnetism research, providing readers with novel trends and achievements in magnetism. Each article contains an extensive description given in graphical and tabular form, with much emphasis placed on the discussion of the experimental material within the framework of physics, chemistry, and material science. Comprises topical review articles written by leading authorities Includes a variety of self-contained introductions to a given area in the field of magnetism without requiring recourse to the published literature Introduces given topics in the field of magnetism Describes novel trends and achievements in magnetism

Handbook Of Spin Transport And Magnetism

Author : Evgeny Y. Tsymbal
ISBN : 9781439803783
Genre : Science
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In the past several decades, the research on spin transport and magnetism has led to remarkable scientific and technological breakthroughs, including Albert Fert and Peter Grünberg’s Nobel Prize-winning discovery of giant magnetoresistance (GMR) in magnetic metallic multilayers. Handbook of Spin Transport and Magnetism provides a comprehensive, balanced account of the state of the art in the field known as spin electronics or spintronics. It reveals how key phenomena first discovered in one class of materials, such as spin injection in metals, have been revisited decades later in other materials systems, including silicon, organic semiconductors, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and carefully engineered nanostructures. The first section of the book offers a historical and personal perspective of the field written by Nobel Prize laureate Albert Fert. The second section addresses physical phenomena, such as GMR, in hybrid structures of ferromagnetic and normal metals. The third section discusses recent developments in spin-dependent tunneling, including magnetic tunnel junctions with ferroelectric barriers. In the fourth section, the contributors look at how to control spin and magnetism in semiconductors. In the fifth section, they examine phenomena typically found in nanostructures made from metals, superconductors, molecular magnets, carbon nanotubes, quantum dots, and graphene. The final section covers novel spin-based applications, including advanced magnetic sensors, nonvolatile magnetoresistive random access memory, and semiconductor spin-lasers. The techniques and materials of spintronics have rapidly evolved in recent years, leading to vast improvements in hard drive storage and magnetic sensing. With extensive cross-references between chapters, this seminal handbook provides a complete guide to spin transport and magnetism across various classes of materials and structures.

Davis S Manual Of Magnetism

Author : Daniel Davis
ISBN : CHI:086679015
Genre : Electromagnetism
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Handbook Of Nanomagnetism

Author : Rosa A. Lukaszew
ISBN : 9789814613057
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This unique handbook compiles and details cutting-edge research in nanomagnetism and its applications in spintronics, magnetoplasmonics, and nonlinear magneto-optics. Fundamental aspects of magnetism relevant to nanodevices and new spin-transfer torque random-access memory (STT-RAM), current-induced domain wall motion memory, and spin torque oscillators, as well as highly anisotropic materials and topics on magnetization damping are developed in detail in the book. New paradigms such as molecule-based magnets (MBMs), which are a promisingly adaptive class of solids poised to open new frontiers of exploration, are also covered. The relationship between magnetism and nonlinear optics and the new field of magnetoplasmonics is also developed in detail. The book also includes a thorough chapter on spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy (SP-STM), which enables studying magnetic phenomena on surfaces with real-space imaging and spectroscopy techniques down to the atomic level. All these topics are developed by an interdisciplinary team of leading experts in their pertinent fields. The book will certainly appeal to anyone involved in nanomagnetism and its application in spintronic nanodevices and nonlinear magneto-optics.

Loudspeaker Handbook

Author : John Eargle
ISBN : 1402075847
Genre : Music
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The second edition of Loudspeaker Handbook follows the same general outlines as the highly successful first edition and has been augmented and updated in many areas of technology. Most notable are the developments in large-scale, programmable line arrays, distributed mode loudspeakers, and ultrasonic-based audio transduction. Additionally, the core chapters on low frequency systems, system concepts, and horn systems have been expanded to include both more analytical material and a richer array of examples. Much of the success of the first edition has been due to its accessibility both to loudspeaker engineers and to lay technicians working in the field - a point of view the author maintains in the present work. A full understanding of the underlying technology requires a fairly rigorous engineering background through the second year of professional study. At the same time, the generous use of graphs, with their intuitive thrust, will be useful to all readers. Loudspeaker Handbook, Second Edition continues to be appropriate for use in courses at the undergraduate senior level, for graduate students, and for professionals in audio and acoustical engineering.

Handbook Of Superconductivity

Author : Charles K. Poole
ISBN : 9780080533216
Genre : Science
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The field of superconductivity has tremendous potential for growth and further development in industrial applications. The subject continues to occupy physicists, chemists, and engineers interested in both the phenomena itself and possible financially viable industrial devices utilizing the physical concepts. For the past five years, within the publications of the American Physical Society, for example, 40%-60% of all articles submitted to major journals in the area of Solid State Physics have been on the subject of superconductivity, including the newer, extremely important subfield of high temperature superconductivity (high Tc). The present volume is the first handbook to address this field. It covers both "classic" superconductivity-related topics and high Tc. Numerous properties, including thermal, electrical, magnetic, mechanical, phase diagrams, and spectroscopic crystallographic structures are presented for many types of superconductors. Critical fields, critical currents, coherence lengths, penetration depths, and transition temperatures are tabulated. First handbook on Superconductivity Coherence lengths and depths are tabulated Crystallographic structures of over 100 superconductor types Main results of several theories are submitted Phase diagrams for synthesizing new superconductors are included

Magnetic Fluids And Applications Handbook

Author : B. M. Berkovskiĭ
ISBN : 1567000622
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The objective of this handbook is to provide a working guide to magnetic fluids. In the handbook, the concepts and basic principles have been explained in a simple manner, but the significance fully described; and sufficient examples are presented in regard to the use of the theory in practical situations. The liquid and magnetic phenomena, the core of magnetic fluid technology, are described in an easy-to-understand format. The fundamental characteristics of magnetic fluids along with measurement techniques are discussed. The design and operational principles of magnetic fluid devices are explained in detail with a view towards assisting the user with an in-depth understanding of the technology.

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