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Hari Singh Nalwa Formerly of Hitachi Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd., JAPAN
is the first and only reference source ever published to bring together all aspects of magnetic nanostructures for a wide range of readers. A dramatic increase in research activities on nanostructured magnetic materials and their based industrial applications has created a great demand for a reference source in this area. This book covers highly useful overview of specific topics related to nanostructured magnetic materials, their preparative methods, processing into nanoscale multilayers, thin films, particles, wires and dots, spectroscopic characterization, micro/nanostructures, physical properties and potential industrial-oriented applications such as magnetic data storage, magnetic sensors, magnetic tunnel junctions, random access memories, spintronic devices, etc. The contributing authors are from the top-notch academic and industrial institutions worldwide. This book has about 3,000 bibliographic citations and hundreds of illustrations, figures, tables and equations. Drawing on all current research advances and emerging technologies, this book is a definite reference source for beginners, general readers and specialists working on magnetic nanostructures and their based devices, magnetism and magnetic materials, materials science, solid-state physics, nanotechnology, electronic and optical engineering, magnetic data storage and information technology. This book will be an essential reference to a variety of individuals, research groups, libraries in universities and research institutions around the world. CONTENTS
- Magnetic Semiconductor Nanostructures, W. Heimbrodt and P. J. Klar, Germany
- Magnetic Nanostructures for Future Magnetic Data Storage, Axel Carl and Eberhard F. Wassermann, Germany
- Structure and Magnetic Properties of Chemically Ordered Magnetic Binary Alloys in Thin Film Form, Alfonso Cebollada, Spain; R. F. C. Farrow and M. F. Toney, USA
- Macroscopic Magnetic Properties of Nanostructures and Nanocomposite Systems, M. Solzi, M. Ghidini and G. Asti, Italy
- Theory of Brillouin Cross Section from Magnetic Nanostructured Multilayers, R. Zivieri, L. Giovannini, and P. Vavassori, Italy
- Dynamics of Nanostructured Magnets, Robert Stamps, Australia
- Off-axis Electron Holography of Nanostructured Magnetic Materials, Rafal Dunin-Borkowski and Martha R. McCartney, UK
- Microstructures and Properties of Nanocrystalline and Nanogranular Magnetic Materials, K. Hono and M. Ohnuma, Japan
- Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Nanostructured Magnets, Mihai A. Gîrtu, Romania
- Preparation, Structure and Properties of Magnetic Nanocomposite Films, H. Wang and S. P. Wong, Hong Kong, China
- Micromagnetics of Nanoparticles and Nanoshaped Magnetic Elements, Scott L. Whittenburg, USA
- Magnetic and Magneto-transport Properties of Nanostructured Wires and Dots, Teruya Shinjo, Japan
JUNE 2002, 481 pages, Hardcover / ISBN: 1-58883-000-4
- First and only reference source ever published on all latest and emerging research aspects of magnetic nanostructures.
- Provides comprehensive coverage of the hottest topics related to nanostructured magnetic materials, their preparative methods, processing into nanoscale multilayers, thin films, particles, wires and dots, spectroscopic characterization, microstructures, physical properties and potential industrial applications in magnetic data storage, magnetic sensors, spintronic devices, etc.
- Twelve state-of-the-art review chapters written by world-renowned experts from both industry and academia.
- About 3,000 bibliographic citations and hundreds of illustrations, figures, tables and equations.
- Each chapter is fully cross-referenced introducing some of the most important nanotechnologies under development today.
- A perfect multidisciplinary reference source for scientists, researchers, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, college and university professors, and practitioners working in the field of magnetism and magnetic materials, nanotechnology, materials science, solid-state physics, electrical and electronics engineering, optical engineering, surface science, magnetic data storage and information technology. This book is very useful reference source for the libraries in universities and industrial institutions, governments and independent institutes, individual research groups and scientists working in the field of magnetism and magnetic materials.
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