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Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and

Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and

Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications . Robert C. O'Handley

Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications


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Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications Robert C. O'Handley
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience




Including advanced soft magnetic materials for power applications. Application engineers will appreciate the comprehensive compilation of the properties and detailed characteristic curves of modern soft and hard magnetic materials. Fabricated by sequential physical vapor deposition of multiple ultrathin Co and Pt layers, a process specifically tailored to induce the property of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy [2], which is essential to the operation of modern magnetic recording media. Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications · Robert C. O'Handley, Modern Magnetic Materials; Principles and Applications, Wiley, New York , 1999. Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications. From the first application of the oxide magnetite as a compass in China in ancient times, and from the early middle ages in Europe, magnetic materials have become an indispensable part of our daily life. Interface and junction properties . O'Handley, Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications (Wiley, New York, 1999). Materials Molecular Electronics: From Principles to Practice. The concept of hysteresis is fundamental to the physics of ferromagnetism, adding considerably to both the extraordinary richness of the physics displayed, and the diversity in applications of magnetic materials. Diamagnetism is due to induced currents opposing an applied field resulting in a small negative magnetic susceptibility !. Modern Magnetic Materials: Principles and Applications by Robert C. Diamagnetic contributions are present in all atoms, but are generally negligible in technical materials, except superconducting [5] R. Cullity, Introduction to Magnetic Materials, Addison-Wesley, Reading , MA , 1972.

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