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Solid · State Magnetism

Author: John Crangle
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1991.
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Solid state magnetism is important and attempts to understand magnetic properties have led to an increasingly deep insight into the fundamental make up of solids. Both experimental and theoretical research into magnetism continue to be very active, yet there is still much ground to cover before there can be a full understanding. There is a strong interplay between the developments of materials science and of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Crangle
ISBN: 9781461539209 146153920X
OCLC Number: 851785881
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 206 pages)
Contents: 1 Introduction --
1.1 Basic magnetic properties --
1.2 Units in magnetism --
2 Localized magnetism associated with the ion cores --
2.1 The origins of the magnetic properties of materials --
2.2 The magnetic moment of a single free ion --
2.3 The magnetic moment of an assembly of atoms, without interactions --
2.4 Paramagnetic susceptibility of an array of atoms --
2.5 Comparison with experiment --
2.6 Ferromagnetism in the local moment model, with interactions --
3 Magnetism associated with band electrons --
3.1 Collective electron theory: general solution --
3.2 Paramagnetism without interactions --
3.3 Paramagnetism with interactions --
3.4 Ferromagnetism in the band model --
3.5 Magnetic moments of pure metals and alloys --
4 Techniques of making magnetic measurements --
4.1 Measurement of magnetization --
4.2 Measurement of paramagnetic susceptibility --
4.3 Dipole moment methods --
SQUIDS --
4.4 Derivation of spontaneous magnetization from experimental data --
4.5 The generation of magnetic fields --
4.6 The measurement of magnetic field --
5 Magnetic scattering of neutrons and magnetic excitations --
5.1 Properties of the neutron --
5.2 Sources of neutrons --
5.3 Powder diffraction --
5.4 Inelastic neutron scattering --
5.5 The polarization of neutron beams --
5.6 Engineering applications of neutron scattering --
5.7 Magnetic excitations and spin waves --
5.8 Brillouin zones in metals --
5.9 Spin wave resonance --
6 Antiferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism and non-collinear magnetic order --
6.1 Antiferromagnetism --
6.2 Ferrimagnetism --
6.3 Helimagnetism --
6.4 The rare earth metals --
6.5 Spin glasses --
6.6 Magnetic amorphous alloys --
6.7 High-TC superconducting ceramics --
7 Exchange interactions in magnetism and hyperfine fields --
7.1 Exchange interactions in magnetism --
7.2 Hyperfine interactions in magnetic materials --
8 Domain magnetism --
8.1 Basic principles --
8.2 Arrangements of domains --
8.3 Single domain particles --
8.4 Soft magnetic materials --
8.5 Hard magnetic materials --
8.6 Thin magnetic films and whiskers --
8.7 Magnetic bubbles --
9 Applications of magnetism --
9.1 Permanent magnets --
9.2 Applications of soft magnetic materials --
9.3 Magnetic tape recording --
9.4 Applications of magnetic bubbles --
9.5 Imaging by nuclear magnetic resonance --
9.6 Magnetic phase analysis of alloys.
Responsibility: by John Crangle.

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