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Magnetic Properties of Layered Transition Metal Compounds (Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Low-Dimensional Structures)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Transition metal compounds,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Thin Films Physics,
  • Technology,
  • Science,
  • Thin films, Multilayered,
  • Solid State Physics,
  • Chemistry - Inorganic,
  • Material Science,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Magnets,
  • Magnetic properties,
  • Metallic films

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7806027M
ISBN 100792302389
ISBN 109780792302384

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: Magnetic Properties of Layered Transition Metal Compounds (Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Low-Dimensional Structures, Vol. 9) (): L. Jos De Jongh: BooksFormat: Hardcover.   Magnetic Properties of Layered Transition Metal Compounds by L. J. de Jongh, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In the last two decades low-dimensional (low-d) physics has matured into a major branch of science. Quite generally we may define a system with restricted dimensionality d as an object that is infinit. Magnetic Properties of Layered Transition Metal Compounds | SpringerLink. Skip to main contentSkip to table of contents. Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Compounds. Authors (view affiliations) Richard L. Carlin; A. J. van Duyneveldt The major purpose of this book is to direct chemists to some of the recent work of physicists, and in particular to a lengthy exposition of magnetic ordering phenomena. Magnetismus copper iron lanthanum manganese metals.

The major purpose of this book is to direct chemists to some of the recent work of physicists, and in particular to a lengthy exposition of magnetic ordering phenomena. Chemists have long been interested in magnetic interactions in clusters, but many have shied away from long-range ordering phenomena. Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Complexes: Elementary Theory of Magneto-Chemistry The history of magnetism starts earlier than B.C., but the initiation of conceptual understanding dates back only in the twentieth century, after which the scientific community started developing technologies based on this understanding. Electronic Structure and Properties of Transition Metal Compounds: Introduction to the Theory, 2nd Edition Isaac B. Bersuker With more than 40% new and revised materials, this second edition offers researchers and students in the field a comprehensive understanding of fundamental molecular properties amidst cutting-edge applications. Here a brief overview of binary transition metal dihalides and trihalides is given, summarizing their crystallographic properties and long-range-ordered magnetic structures, focusing on those materials with layered crystal structures and partially filled d-shells required for combining low dimensionality and cleavability with by:

Thermoelectric properties A series of layered graphitic boride compounds, such as RMB 4 and R 2 MB 6 (R = rare earth, M = transition metal such as Al) have interesting structural, magnetic, and thermoelectric by: 7. Research into layered transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs), most notably those of molybdenum and tungsten disulfides, has become extensive, involving fields as diverse as optoelectronics, spintronics, energy storage, lubrication, and catalysis. The modification of TMDCs by transition metal doping can improve their performance in such applications and hence extend their potential for. The transition metal phosphorous trisulfides MPS 3, where M stands for a metal in the +2 oxidation state (M = Mn, Fe, Ni, Zn, Cd, etc.), are layered compounds made up of two dimensional arrays of P 2 S 6 4− bridging ligands coordinated to the M 2+ ions which have monoclinic structure (C Cited by: Magnetic properties of selected compounds and superlattices have been experimen-tally studied using SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device) and VSM (vibrating sample magnetometer) magnetometry, neutron diffraction and M¨ossbauer spectroscopy measurements combined with theoretical ab initio calculations. The magnetic compounds(Fe1−xM.