Advanced Magnetic Nanostructures by D.J. Sellmyer, Ralph Skomski

By D.J. Sellmyer, Ralph Skomski

Complicated Magnetic Nanostructures is dedicated to the fabrication characterization, experimental research, theoretical knowing, and usage of complicated magnetic nanostructures. the focal point is on a number of forms of 'bottom-up' and 'top-down' man made nanostructures, as contrasted to certainly happening magnetic nanostructures comparable to iron-oxide inclusions in magnetic rocks, and to buildings reminiscent of excellent skinny motion pictures

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Emphasis is on the description of magnetic phenomena and properties by analytical models, as contrasted to numerical approaches. Nanostructuring affects the magnetic properties on different length scales, from a few interatomic distances for intrinsic properties such as magnetization and anisotropy to more than 10 nm for extrinsic properties, such as coercivity. The consideration includes static and dynamic mechanisms, as well as nanoscale finite-temperature effects. Some explicitly discussed examples are Curie-temperature changes due to nanostructuring, the effect of narrow and constricted walls, the potential use of magnetic nanodots for finite-temperature quantum computing, and exchangecoupled hard-soft nanocomposites.

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