Spin Arrangements and Crystal Structure, Domains, and Micromagnetics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125753036, 9781483268323

Spin Arrangements and Crystal Structure, Domains, and Micromagnetics

1st Edition

A Treatise on Modern Theory and Materials

Editors: George T. Rado Harry Suhl
eBook ISBN: 9781483268323
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1963
Page Count: 640
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Spin Arrangements and Crystal Structure, Domains, and Micromagnetics deals with cooperative phenomena characterized by ordered arrangements of magnetic moments subject to strong mutual interactions. The emphasis is on the ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism of magnetically ordered materials such as insulators and metals. Both theoretical and experimental points of view are presented.

Comprised of 12 chapters, this volume begins with an introduction to magnetism and crystal structure in nonmetals, followed by an evaluation of exchange interactions from experimental data. Subsequent chapters focus on the theory of neutron scattering by magnetic crystals; spin configuration of ionic structures; spin arrangements in metals; and permanent magnet materials. Fine particles, thin films, and exchange anisotropy are also considered, with particular reference to the effects of finite dimensions and interfaces on the basic properties of ferromagnets. The book also examines micromagnetics; domains and domain walls; the structure and switching of permalloy films; magnetization reversal in nonmetallic ferromagnets; and preparation and crystal synthesis of magnetic oxides.

This book will be a useful resource for professionals and students with physics or chemistry backgrounds.

Table of Contents


Contributors to Volume III


Preface


Contents of Volume I


Contents of Volume II


1. Magnetism and Crystal Structure in Nonmetals


I. Some Important Nonmetallic Structures


II. Description of Outer Electrons


III. Applications to Magnetism


References


2. Evaluation of Exchange Interactions from Experimental Data


I. Introduction


II. Isolated Clusters


III. Antiferromagnetic Compounds


IV. Ferrimagnetic Compounds


V. Miscellaneous Comments and Conclusions


VI. Recent Developments


Appendix A. Molecular Field Relations


References


3· Theory of Neutron Scattering by Magnetic Crystals


I. Introduction


II. Basic Formulas for "Spin-Only" Magnetic Moments


III. Diffuse Scattering in the Quasistatic Approximation


IV. Inelastic Collisions


V. Effects of Orbital Magnetism


References


4. Spin Configuration of Ionic Structures: Theory and Practice


Introduction


I. Theoretical; the Macroscopic Theory


II. Theoretical; the Microscopic Method (Matrix Method)


III. Practice


Appendix A. Decomposition of WRR'


Appendix B. Some Remarks on Dipolar Energy


Appendix C. Some Remarks on the Lyons-Kaplan and Other Methods


References


5. Spin Arrangements in Metals


I. Introduction


II. Neutron Diffraction Techniques


III. Spin Structures


IV. Magnetic Form Factors and Spin Densities


V. Conclusion


References


6. Fine Particles, Thin Films and Exchange Anisotropy (Effects of Finite Dimensions and Interfaces on the Basic Properties of Ferromagnets)


I. Introduction


II. Fine

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No. of pages:
640
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1963
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483268323

About the Editor

George T. Rado

Harry Suhl

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