Spin dynamics in confined magnetic structures I.
Burkard Hillebrands; Kamel Ounadjela
|描述：||1 online resource (xvi, 336 pages) : illustrations (some color).|
|内容：||Introduction to micromagnetics in the dynamic regime / J. Miltat, G. Albuquerque, & A. Thiaville --
Nonlinear spinwaves in one- and two-dimensional magnetic waveguides / A.N. Slavin, S.O. Demokritov, & B. Hillebrands --
Spinwaves in laterally confined magnetic structures / S.O. Demokritov & B. Hillebrands --
Stroboscopic microscopy of magnetic dynamics / M.R. Freeman & W.K. Hiebert --
Dynamics of magnetization reversal: from continuous to patterned ferromagnetic films / J. Ferré --
Small amplitude dynamics of nonhomogeneous magnetization distributions: the excitation spectrum of stripe domains / U. Ebels [and others] --
Frequency domain magnetic measurements from kilohertz to gigahertz / J.F. Gregg --
Laser-induced ultrafast demagnetization: femtomagnetism, a new frontier? / G. Zhang [and others] --
Micromagnetics of magnetoresistive random access memory / J.-G. Zhu & Y. Zheng.
|叢書名：||Topics in applied physics, v. 83.|
|責任：||Burkard Hillebrands, Kamel Ounadjela, eds.|
This book covers the main aspects of dynamic phenomena in confined magnetic structures so that researchers can find a comprehensive compilation of the current status in the field. Introductory chapters help newcomers to understand the basic concepts, and the more advanced chapters give the current state of the art for most spin dynamic issues in the milliseconds to femtoseconds range. Emphasis is placed on both the discussion of the experimental techniques and on the theoretical work. The comprehensive presentation of these developments makes this volume very timely and valuable for every researcher working in the field of magnetism. It describes the new experimental techniques which have advanced this field very rapidly. Among the techniques covered, particular attention is given to those involving high temporal and spatial resolutions, down to the femtosecond and submicrometer regime, as well as to techniques involving magnetic field pulses with very short rise times and durations, and new detection schemes.