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Magnetism

Basics and Applications

Stefanita, Carmen-Gabriela

2012, XXIV, 336 p.

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Review by Dr. Rudolf Schaefer, Inst. Mat. Res. Dresden, Germany, author of the book Magnetic Domains:

It is surprising that – after so many general text books on magnetism – it is possible to come up with a new book which differs from the others. Carmen-Gabriela Stefanita has written an entertaining and in many aspects unconventional book. It touches basic aspects of magnetism as well as many modern aspects (like Spintronics) on an introductory level. Unconventional, nevertheless interesting, is the selection of topics and examples. It seems unlikely that lectures on magnetism can be prepared solely on basis of this book – too many basic aspects are missing to come up with a complete story. The book will nevertheless be a valuable reading for the preparation of lectures as many, especially modern topics on magnetism are presented in a descriptive way. Very useful are the many exercises in and at the end of each chapter. If available, I will certainly have this book on my desk and recommend it to students.

 

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