2 edition of Magnetic interactions in solids found in the catalog.
Magnetic interactions in solids
H. J. Zeiger
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by H. J. Zeiger and G. W. Pratt.|
|Series||The International series of monographs on physics|
|Contributions||Pratt, G. W. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QC176.8.M3 Z44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 660 p.|
|Number of Pages||660|
|LC Control Number||73168330|
Quadrupolar Interactions. In book: Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance. 1 Introduction.- 2 Nuclear Spin Interactions in Solids.- Basic Nuclear Spin Interactions in Solids.- Spin. Lee "Magnetic Interactions in Molecules and Solids" por Coen de Graaf disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This textbook is the second volume in the Theoretical Chemistry and Brand: Springer International Publishing.
magnetic ﬁeld, and will attract or repel other ferro-magnets via the interactions of the magnetic ﬁelds. Not only solids but also wires carrying an electric current give rise to magnetic ﬁelds, the strength of which is proportional to the current ﬂowing. Most solids, however, including wires not carrying a. Interactions in Solids Magnetic Resonance in Metals. J. WINTER. Oxford University Press, NewYork, xvi, pp., illus. $ International Series of Monographs on Physics. In , experiments by Purcell and by Block showed that when samples of ordinary materials such as paraffin or water were placed in a steady magnetic the resulting Cited by: 1.
The appearance of the second edition of this book is due to my belief that Optical Interactions in Solids may continue to be useful to students and researchers in the ﬁeld of solid-state spectroscopy by providing them with a theoretical background and to the encouragement I have received from. In nanostructured magnetic materials, interactions between, for example, nanoparticles or thin films in multilayer structures often play an important role. Long-range magnetic dipole interactions can have a strong influence on, e.g., the magnetic dynamics in samples containing ferromagnetic or Cited by:
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The application of high pressure affects the band structure and magnetic interactions in solids by modifying nearest-neighbor distances and interatomic potentials. While all materials experience electronic changes with increasing pressure, spin polarized, strongly electron correlated materials are expected to undergo the most dramatic.
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Get this from a library. Magnetic interactions in molecules and solids. [Coen de Graaf; Ria Broer] -- This textbook is the second volume in the Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling series and aims to explain the theoretical basis of magnetic interactions at a level that will be useful for.
The book gives a treatment of magnetic interactions in terms of the phenomenological spin Hamiltonians that have been such powerful tools for chemistry and physics in the past half century, starting from the simple Heisenberg and Ising Hamiltonians and ending with Hamiltonians that include biquadratic, cyclic or anisotropic exchange.
above. Perhaps the title of the book should therefore have been chosen to reflect that development, as most people will expect to find a treatment of ferromagnetic interactions, Heisenberg and Ising models etc.
in a book entitled Magnetic interactions in solids. Magnetism, Volume I: Magnetic Ions in Insulators: Their Interactions, Resonances, and Optical Properties summarizes the understanding of magnetically ordered materials.
This book contains 12 chapters that specifically tackle the concepts of ferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism, and antiferromagnetism. In this case, atomic-like electronic levels structure is shaped by intrinsic magnetic spin–orbit interactions and interactions with crystalline electric fields.
Such structure is named the fine electronic structure. For rare-earth ions the spin–orbit interactions are much stronger. Step 4: Read the book The Power of Magnets in RazKids.
Write down new information you learn. Part 1 – Predict and Test. Part 3 – Magnetic Interactions (part 2) Step 1: Measure the distance where you start to observe an interaction between the iron filings and a magnet using the steps below.
Jun 01, · Optical Interactions in Solids presents an extensive and unified treatment of the basic principles of the optical properties of solids. It provides a theoretical background to workers in the field of laser physics and absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy of solid state materials.
Magnetic dipole–dipole interaction, also called dipolar coupling, In solids, where water if the molecules in solution exhibit a partial alignment leading to an incomplete averaging of spatially anisotropic magnetic interactions i.e.
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Although dipole– dipole interaction is an effective mechanism for nuclear relaxation, it generates significant signals line broadening. In liquids, molecular motion brings about a rather complete averaging of line-broadening magnetic interactions. In solids, these interactions are present and contribute to the line-broadening phenomenon.
magnetic interactions (interactions between magnetic spins) exist, and what ground states they lead to. In some cases, to understand the stability of various ground states, or to improve upon a ﬁrst estimate, excitations will be considered, and at the end of the course, excitations will be relevant.
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It is intended for those who possess minimal knowledge of the terminologies and mathematical treatments employed in describing magnetic properties. Zeiger, H.
J. & Pratt, G. W.Magnetic interactions in solids, by H. J. Zeiger and G. W. Pratt Clarendon Press Oxford Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.History and Concepts of Magnetic Interactions.
Front Matter. Pages PDF. Exchange, Spin–Orbit, and Zeeman Interactions. Pages Electronic and Magnetic Interactions in Solids. Pages Polarized Electron and X-Ray Techniques. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Polarized Electrons and Magnetism The present text book.Forces and Interactions Using the Science A-Z resources below will help students develop proficiency in Disciplinary Core Ideas, engage in Science and Engineering Practices, and recognize Crosscutting Concepts as they build toward fulfilling one or more of the grade 3 Performance Expectations related to Forces and Interactions.