Magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems II

new developments : proceedings of the second workshop, San Luis Potosí, México, May 23-26, 1989
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Springer-Verlag , Berlin, New York
Surfaces (Physics) -- Congresses., Surface chemistry -- Congresses., Matter -- Magnetic properties -- Congre
Statementeditors, L.M. Falicov, F. Mejía-Lira, and J.L. Morán-López.
SeriesSpringer proceedings in physics ;, 50, Springer proceedings in physics ;, v. 50.
ContributionsFalicov, Leopoldo Maximo, 1933-, Mejía-Lira, F., Morán-López, J. L. 1950-, International Workshop on the Magnetic Properties of Low-dimensional Systems (2nd : 1989 : San Luis Potosí, Mexico)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC173.4.S94 M33 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 247 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1857291M
ISBN 103540523537, 0387523537
LC Control Number90009494

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de Jongh L.J. () Introduction to Low-Dimensional Magnetic Systems. In: de Jongh L.J. (eds) Magnetic Properties of Layered Transition Metal Compounds. Physics and Chemistry of Meterials with Low-Dimensional Structures, vol 9. This book contains contributions on some of the most important and current topics on the physics of low dimensional systems.

The main emphasis is on the magnetic properties of surfaces, thin films, and atomic clusters. State-of-the-art techniques are discussed in detail. The ground state and the excited states of low-dimensional magnetic systems appear more and more exotic as the spin dimension n increases (n = 1,2 or 3) and the spin value S decreases (S = 1/2,1).

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Cyanide-bridged one-dimensional bimetallic complexes based on a tridentate copper(II) building block: synthesis, crystal structures and magnetic properties. Transition Metal Chemistry. As such an intermediate state, some properties of low-dimensional systems are very different to those of their molecular and bulk counterparts.

These properties generally include optical, electronic, and magnetic properties, and all these are partially covered in this book. Topical reviews written by foremost scientists explain the trends and latest advances in a clear and detailed way, focusing on the correlations between electronic structure and magnetic properties.

By maintaining a balance between theory and experiment, the book provides a guide for both advanced students and specialists to this research area. Low-dimensional spin systems in high magnetic fields reveal new and unexpected physical phenomena.

Typical examples are the distinct plateaus in the magnetization found in quasi-1d and 2d compounds.

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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 experimen-talists and theorists. The state of the art of these investiga-tions has indeed allowed to give valuable insights into the underlying physics of complex magnetization dynamics.

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The phenomena under study and its associated dimensionality may concern an entire magnetic system (e.g. a thin film) or a restricted part of it of lower dimensionality (e.g.

1D atomic steps on 2D continuous film). 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. 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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These properties generally include optical, electronic, and magnetic properties, and all these are partially covered in this : Martin Stetter.

The NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Organic and Inorganic Low-Dimensional Crystalline Materials" was organized to review the most striking electronic properties exhibited by organic and inorganic sytems whose space dimensionality ranges from zero (Od) to one (1d), and to discuss related scientific and technological potentials.

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This book presents current research topics related to the physics of low-dimensional systems such as magnetic nanoparticles-proteins conjugates and transition metal spin clusters (zero-dimensional systems), and both plain and hybrid micro/nano wires embedded in a normal-metal matrix (one-dimensional systems), and both plain and hybrid magnetic/superconducting thin films (two.

Two‐dimensional magnetic behavior in thin films and in layered magnets apparently falls into one of only two universality classes. The first is that of the 2D Ising model, characterized by a magnetization exponent β=1/8. The second, with β≊, is observed in systems with planar spin symmetry.

Recently it has been shown, using a modified renormalization group calculation, that β= Electrides are special ionic solids with excess cavity-trapped electrons serving as anions.

Despite the extensive studies on electrides, the interplay between electrides and magnetism is not well understood due to the lack of stable magnetic electrides, particularly, the lack of inorganic magnetic electrides. Here, on the basis of the mechanism of Stoner-type magnetic instability, we propose.

After the first observation of magnetic skyrmions forming in out-of-plane magnetized films under various stimuli such as magnetic fields, electric currents, and temperature gradients, the study of the interplay between topology and physics in low-dimensional magnetic systems via the spin-transfer-torque and spin-Hall effects has opened the.

The electronic structure, magnetic properties and strain response of N-a-TiS 3 nanoribbons are investigated by first-principles calculations. We find that the magnetic ground state is strongly dependent on width of a-TiS N equals an odd number the ground state is a ferromagnetic (FM) metal, meanwhile, when N equals an even number the ground state is an anti-ferromagnetic (AFM) metal.

Electric control of magnetic properties, or inversely, magnetic control of dielectric properties in solids, is called a magnetoelectric effect and has long been investigated from the point of view of both fundamental physics and potential application.

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