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Novel Magnetic Field Effects

Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 89)

Abstract

Many examples of various MFEs whose broad mechanisms are known are discussed in Chapters 2 through 6. However, there are several MFEs whose mechanisms are not well understood at present. For example, adsorption of gas to solid is significantly affected by an external magnetic field of less than 1 T. The effects cannot be explained by the mechanisms of MFEs discussed in Chapter 1. The novel effects of magnetic fields are important from both basic and applied points of view, since understanding of the phenomena will open a new field of magneto-science and the effects have the potential for further applications in industry.

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