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- Fundamental properties and mechanisms
2. Synthesis and Manufacturing
3. Thin film
4. Complex oxides
5. Multiferroic materials
6. Topological insulators and Dirac materials
7. 2D and layered van der Waals materials
8. Magnetic semiconductors
9. Hard magnetic materials
10. Soft magnetic materials
11. Lattice controlled materials
12. Molecular magnets
14. Nanofabrication for science
15. Self-assembly of bit patterned media
16. Nano in print for data storage and metamaterials
17. Materials for Sensors, oscillators and other devices
Nanomagnetic Materials: Fabrication, Characterization and Application explores recent studies of conventional nanomagnetic materials in spintronics, data storage, magnetic sensors and biomedical applications. In addition, the book also reviews novel magnetic characteristics induced in two-dimensional materials, diamonds, and those induced by the artificial formation of lattice defect and heterojunction as novel nanomagnetic materials. Nanomagnetic materials are usually based on d- and f-electron systems. They are an important solution to the demand for higher density of information storage, arising from the emergence of novel technologies required for non-volatile memory systems.
Advances in the understanding of magnetization dynamics and in the characteristics of nanoparticles or surface of nanomagnetic materials is resulting in greater expansion of applications of nanomagnetic materials, including in biotechnology, sensor devices, energy harvesting, and power generating systems. This book provides a cogent overview of the latest research on novel nanomagnetic materials, including spintronic nanomagnets, molecular nanomagnets, self-assembling magnetic nanomaterials, nanoparticles, multifunctional materials, and heterojunction-induced novel magnetism.
- Explains manufacturing principles and process for nanomagnetic materials
- Discusses physical and chemical properties and potential industrial applications, such as magnetic data storage, sensors, oscillator, permanent magnets, power generations, and biomedical applications
- Assesses the major challenges of using magnetic nanomaterials on a broad scale
Materials Scientists and Engineers
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st July 2021
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Akinobu Yamaguchi is Associate Professor, Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry, University of Hyogo, Japan. His research focuses on the fabrication of of artificial materials with modulated and/or periodic magnetic structure composed of nanoscale magnets, which are intentionally added topologic designs.
Associate Professor, Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry, University of Hyogo, Japan
Atsufumi Hirohata is Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of York, UK. His research focuses in the areas of spintronics and nanotechnology.
Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of York, UK
Bethanie Stadler is Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota, USA. Her research lies in the areas of nanomagnetic and photonic materials and devices
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA
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