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Provides a broad overview of all aspects of magnetism
Contains conventional magnetism as well as nanomagnetism
Offers insight into seemingly unconnected areas of magnetism
A reference work for researchers and engineers as well as a study text for graduate students
The field of magnetism is rapidly advancing in this new millennium, revealing an ever-wider diversity of magnetic phenomena on more than one scale. With the emergence of countless applications particularly on a nanoscale, and their unpredictable implications mostly on a macroscale, it may seem that different aspects of magnetism are unrelated. Quite often, the overwhelming amount of topics discussed in the professional literature views only parts of a field, ignoring a broader context. Therefore, the present book aims at addressing the relationship between apparently unconnected topics in magnetism. Less obvious relationships are revealed among individual fields on various scales, making them better understandable.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Giant magnetoresistance - Magnetic Barkhausen noise - Semiconductor nanowires and nanodots - Spin valves - magnetism - spintronics