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Spin Waves

Theory and Applications

Stancil, Daniel D., Prabhakar, Anil

2009

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From the reviews:

“The book is a textbook on spin waves. It comprises 10 chapters (plus some mathematical appendices) which deal respectively with the physics of magnetism in magnetic insulators … . The mathematical prerequisite is standard, and the book is quite suitable for graduate students.” (Guy Jumarie, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1172, 2009)

“The present text is … based on a fully quantum-mechanical treatment, includes extensive discussions of nonlinear interactions and solitonic excitations, and of course incorporates current applications. Within 330 pages, a careful reader has the opportunity to gain an impressive range of knowledge and understanding of spin waves, from the quantum-mechanical origins of macroscopic magnetism … to the experimental tools to probe their properties and intriguing modern technological applications. … Each chapter contains several problems and a useful list of references to the original publications.”­­­ (Uwe C. Täuber, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2010 j)

 

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