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01.Trends in Thin Solid Films Research
02.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 18
03.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 19
04.Introduction to Quantum Hall Effect
05.Quasicrystals: Types, Systems, and Techniques
06.Solid State Electronics Research Advances
07.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 21
08.Ion Beam Analysis of Surfaces and Interfaces of Condensed Matter Systems
09.Magnetic Properties of Solids
10.Progress in Ferromagnetism Research
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Progress in Ferromagnetism Research
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Editors: V.N. Murray
Book Description:
Ferromagnetism is a form of magnetism that can be acquired in an external magnetic field and usually retained in its absence, so that ferromagnetic materials are used to make permanent magnets. A ferromagnetic material may therefore be said to have a high magnetic permeability and susceptibility (which depends upon temperature). Examples are iron, cobalt, nickel, and their alloys. Ultimately, ferromagnetism is caused by spinning electrons in the atoms of the material, which act as tiny weak magnets. They align parallel to each other within small regions of the material to form domains, or areas of stronger magnetism. In an unmagnetized material, the domains are aligned at random so there is no overall magnetic effect. If a magnetic field is applied to that material, the domains align to point in the same direction, producing a strong overall magnetic effect. Permanent magnetism arises if the domains remain aligned after the externa l field is removed. Ferromagnetic materials exhibit hysteresis. In 2004, it was discovered that a certain allotrope of carbon, nanofoam , exhibited ferromagnetism. The effect dissipates after a few hours at room temperature, but lasts longer at cold temperatures. The material is also a semiconductor. It is thought that other similarly formed materials, of boron and nitrogen, may also be ferromagnetic. This new book rings together leading research from throughout the world.

Table of Contents:
1. Fully Polarized States and Decoherence, pp.1-18
(M. Frasca - Rome, Italy);
2. Ferromagnetism in Undoped Manganites, pp.19-38
(T. Hotta) 3. Difference Equations for Correlation Functions and Form Factors of the Eight-Vertex/XYZ Model, pp.39-66
(Y. Quano - Suzuka University of Medical Science, Suzuka, Japan)4. Basic Properties of Spin Injection and Transport in Ferromagnetic/Polymer Systems, pp.67-84
(S.J. Xie et al- Shandong University, Jinan, China)5. Theory of Spintronic Transport in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions, pp.85-124
(G. Su - The Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China) 6. Ferromagnetic Phase Transition in Spinor Bose Gases, pp.125-146
(Q. Gu - Universitat Hamburg, Germany
7. Giant Oscillations of the Density of States and the Conductance in a Ferromagnetic Conductor Coupled to two Superconductors, pp.147-170
(Kadigrobov et al - Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany)
8. The Effect of Geometry on the Magneto-Transport Properties of Insulating Granular Ferromagnets, pp.171-196
(A.Y. Dokow and A. Frydman - Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel)
9. Many-Particle Effects in Half-Metallic Ferromagnets (V.Y. Irkhin and M.I. Katsnelson - Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden)
10. Phases and Phase Transitions in Spin-Triplet Ferromagnetic Superconductors
D.V. Shopova and D.I. Uzonov - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
11. Field and Stress -Tuneable Microwave Composite Materials Based on Ferromagnetic Wires (D.P. Makhnovskiy et al - University of Plymouth, Devon, U.K.
12. Phase Diagram and Magnetic Properties of Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys (V.V. Khovailo - Tohoku Center, Sendai, Japan
13. Spin Polarized Statesin Nuclear Matter with Skyrme Effective Interaction. (A.A. Isayev and J. Yang - Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology, Kharkov, Ukraine)

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   ISBN: 1-59454-335-6
   Status: AV
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