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|Statement||by Hans C. Fogedby|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Physics -- 131, Lecture notes in physics -- 131.|
|LC Classifications||QC750-766, QC764.5-766|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xi, 163 pp. 70 figs.)|
|Number of Pages||163|
|ISBN 10||3540102388, 3540383158|
|ISBN 10||9783540102380, 9783540383154|
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Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. Authors; Hans C. Fogedby; Book. Downloads; Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume ) Chapters Table of contents (6 chapters) About About this book; Table of contents.
Search within book. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fogedby, Hans C., Theoretical aspects of mainly low dimensional magnetic systems. As such an intermediate state, some properties of low-dimensional systems are very different to those of their molecular and bulk counterparts.
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This enables us to obtain low-dimensional magnetic materials, although the crystals in which the magnetic atoms sit have a three-dimensional (3D) structure. One-dimensional (ID) magnetic systems have attracted considerable theoretical attention since the pioneering work by Cited by: 3. Magnetism of Low‐dimensional Systems: Theory.
The article discusses the ground-state properties of low-dimensional magnets from the viewpoint of the electronic structure theory. The results presented arose from first-principles calculations based on the material-specific density-functional theory. This book surveys recent experimental and theoretical studies on optical Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems book of low-dimensional materials, e.g., artificial crystals in zeolites, C 60 and its related compounds, silicon nanostructures including porous Si, II-VI and III-V semiconductor quantum structures, and Pb-based natural quantum-well systems.
The eight excellent. The ground state and the excited states of low-dimensional magnetic systems appear more and more exotic as the spin dimension n increases (n = Author: Louis-Pierre Regnault.
In this study, critical behavior of low dimensional magnetic systems as cyano-bridged Tb(III)-Cr(III) bimetallic assembly was investigated with the mixed spin 3- spin 3/2 Ising model. The mixed spin Ising model is simulated with Cellular Automaton cooling and heating algorithms on one-dimensional lattices in periodic boundary by: 2.
netism which reﬂects the growing interest in low-dimensional magnetic struc-tures on surfaces for, e.g., the magnetic storage of data.
In addition, all other chapters have been updated in order to take into account novel developments in theoretical surface science.
This is reﬂected in the fact that there are now. Get this from a library. Theoretical aspects of mainly low dimensional magnetic systems. [Hans C Fogedby]. Theoretical aspects of mainly low dimensional magnetic systems. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors /.
Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. () Hydrodynamics of the heisenberg paramagnet. In: Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol Springer. The interest in the nanoscale properties of low-dimensional magnetic systems has grown exponentially during the last decades and has attracted the attention of both experimentalists and theorists.
The state of the art of these investigations has indeed allowed to give valuable insights into the underlying physics of complex magnetization Author: Roberto Zivieri, Giancarlo Consolo, Eduardo Martinez, Johan Åkerman. A Wrinkle in Time. Book Title:A Wrinkle in Time. Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems (Lecture Notes in Physics) Free Ebook Ebook Many-Body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter Physics: An Introduction (Oxford Graduate Texts) Ebook Human Learning: Biology, Brain, and Neuroscience, Volume (Advances in Psychology.
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p expertise is in the quantum theory of condensed-matter systems and, in particular, in the dynamical properties of the excitations, such as vibrational waves (or phonons) and magnetic excitations (spin waves or magnons), in these materials.
Areas of focus in his recent work have included low-dimensional structures and nanostructured materials. In this paper we shall review the theoretical and experimental results obtained on simple magnetic model systems.
We shall consider the Heisenberg, XY and Ising type of. () The anisotropic magnetic chain in a longitudinal field. In: Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol By virtue of their exotic spin character at low-dimensionality, magnetic two-dimensional transition-metal chalcogenides (2D-TMCs) can potentially serve as a promising platform for fundamental research and applications in spintronic devices.
This chapter overviews the recent development of these atomically thin materials. The book is a basic reference work for students, researchers, and lecturers in any area of solid-state physics.
Key Features Features additional material on nanostructures, giving students and lecturers the most significant features of low-dimensional systems, with. Cite this chapter as: () The Ising chain in a skew magnetic field.
In: Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. The use of field-theoretic techniques and methods has witnessed an impressive growth in recent years. A wealth of new and important results have emerged in condensed-matter physics, mainly in connection with low-dimensional systems such as quantum Hall systems, quantum wires and quantum dots and spin chains and/or ladders.
Formation of low-dimensional magnetic systems due to orbital ordering 12 dimensional system like KCuF 3 or Tl 2Ru 2O 7 starts to be-have like one-dimensional magnets. This e ect together book. For other aspects of the orbital physics we may recommend reviews [10, 11].
BASIC CONCEPTS OF DESCRIBING. Physica E (Low-dimensional systems and nanostructures) contains papers and invited review articles on the fundamental and applied aspects of physics in low-dimensional electron systems, in semiconductor heterostructures, oxide interfaces, quantum wells and superlattices, quantum wires and dots and emerging phenomena such as two-dimensional, majorana fermion and topological low-dimensional systems.
This chapter will present fundamental concepts of magnetism, including its manifestation in low-dimensional systems. It will also present the properties of the magnetic nanostructures formed by iron oxide-based colloids and the most applied chemical synthesis methods for the production of these NPs as well as for surface functionalization and.
Low dimensional magnetism, experiments – Olivier Fruchart 5 Superparamagnetism Theoretical description When thermal energy becomes comparable to the anisotropy energy preventing magnetization reversal, the mean magnetization vector of a system ﬂuctuates randomly in space over time, its time-average being zero.
Research in theoretical physics is devoted to several problems in statistical physics and theory of condensed matter, for instance, phase transitions and critical behavior, development of analytical and numerical methods to study magnetic properties and elastic properties of crystalline and disordered materials, magnetic properties of low-dimensional structures and molecular magnetic.
Magnetic levitation (Maglev), or magnetic suspension is a method by which an object levitates with no support other than a magnetic field. Superconductors and their elementary properties related to the Meissner–Ochsenfeld effect, their zero electrical resistance in low temperatures and their perfect diamagnetism, among others, can realize a large number of applications and.
The last few years have seen dramatic advances in the growth, fabrication and characterization of low-dimensional materials and nanostructures. Most studies of these artificially engineered materials have been driven by their potential for device applications that involve smaller and smaller physical dimensions.
tures. We have studied Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) to probe the nature of the electronic state in two dimensional electron gas (2DEG) in the heterostructures .
In Kondo systems, a free electron gas interacts with localized spins and the system can show a transition to a Fermi liquid state at low temperatures where. diagram of quantum spin systems given in Section 1, important low-dimensional model-type spin systems, recent experimental results and their interpretations are discussed in Section w no comprehensive review on this rapidly growing eld exists that also considers materials Size: 3MB.
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Theoretical aspects of mainly low dimensional magnetic systems / Hans C. Fogedby; Exact solutions for steady-state incompressible magnetic reconnection / by I.J.D. Craig and S.M. Henton; Exact solutions for steady-state, spine and fan magnetic reconnection / by I.J.D. Craig and R.B.
Fabling. There have been many interesting developments and discoveries in this field of low-dimensional systems in the last decade. The electron wavelength is often not much smaller than the channel width, so wires may act as waveguides, supporting only a few electronic modes (one-dimensional subbands).
Roberto Zivieri is a theoretical condensed matter physicist. He got the Master Degree in Medicine and Surgery and the Master Degree in Physics with honors and the PhD in Physics (grade excellent) from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. He is author of about scientific contributions mainly in the field of theoretical condensed matter physics.
rˆole in string theory, at present the most promising candidate for a unifying theory of all forces. Conformal ﬁeld theories have also had a major impact on various aspects of modern mathematics, in particular the theory of vertex operator algebras and Borcherds algebras, ﬁnite groups, number theory and low-dimensional topology.
Several theoretical aspects of low-dimensional quantum many-body systems are studied. Specifically these are fractional quantum Hall effects (FQHE), antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chains (AHC), and two-dimensional superconductivity.
FQHE has been understood well, especially since the publication of Laughlin's theory.This book is a short introduction to classical field theory, and is most suitable for undergraduate students who have completed at least intermediate-level courses in electromagnetism and classical mechanics.
The main theme of the book is showcasing the role of fields in mediating action-at-a-distance interactions.Theoretical Aspects of Mainly Low Dimensional Magnetic Systems. ion acoustic speed limit of the magnetic Zakharov system in a hot plasma. on the theory of compressible Navier–Stokes.