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Magnetic Oxides

  • Gerald F.┬áDionne

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  10. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

Magnetic Oxides offers a cohesive up-to-date introduction to magnetism in oxides. Emphasizing the physics and chemistry of local molecular interactions essential to the magnetic design of small structures and thin films, this volume provides a detailed view of the building blocks for new magnetic oxide materials already advancing research and development of nano-scale technologies.

Clearly written in a well-organized structure, readers will find a detailed description of the properties of magnetic oxides through the prism of local interactions as an alternative to collective electron concepts that are more applicable to metals and semiconductors. Researchers will find Magnetic Oxides a valuable reference.

 

Keywords

Ligand coordinations antiferromagnetic oxides antiferromagnetism crystal lattices electromagnetic properties ferrimagnetic oxides ferrimagnetism ferrite materials induced and spontaneous magnetism magnetic exchange magnetic oxides magnetic reso

Authors and affiliations

  • Gerald F.┬áDionne
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  1. 1.Lincoln Lab.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyLexingtonU.S.A.

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