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Nanomagnetism: Fundamentals and Applications

Nanomagnetism: Fundamentals and Applications is a complete guide to the theory and practical applications of magnetism at the nanometer scale. It covers a wide range of potential applications including materials science, medicine, and the environment. A tutorial covers the special magnetic properties of nanoscale systems in various environments, from free clusters to nanostructured materials. Subsequent chapters focus on the current state of research in theory and experiment in specific areas, and also include applications of nanoscale systems to synthesizing high-performance materials and devices.

Audience
Final year undergraduates, post-graduates and research professionals in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, Medicine and Environmental Science

Included in series
Frontiers of Nanoscience

Hardbound, 328 Pages

Published: June 2014

Imprint: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-08-098353-0

Contents

  • Ch. 1: Tutorial: Nanomagnetism, Chris Binns
    Ch. 2: Spin and orbital magnetism in free nanoparticles: Size, composition and temperature effects, J. Dorantes-Dávila and G. M. Pastor
    Ch. 3: Novel methods for the synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles, Sarah Stanisland, Juan Tolosa, Orla Wilson, Joaquín C. García-Martínez, Chris Binns, Anrea Rawlings and Jonathan Bramble
    Ch. 4: Magnetic interactions: a tool to modify the magnetic properties of materials based on nanoparticles, Davide Peddis, Petra E. Jönsson, Sara Laureti and Gaspare Varvaro
    Ch. 5: Magnetic states and properties of patterned ferromagnetic nanostructures, Andrey A. Fraerman and Victor Mironov
    Ch. 6: Medical applications of magnetic nanoparticles, Chris Binns
    Ch. 7: Environmental applications of magnetic nanoparticles, Andrew Pratt

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