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Magneto-Optics : Springer Solid-State Sciences - Satoru Sugano

Magneto-Optics

Springer Solid-State Sciences

By: Satoru Sugano (Editor), Norimichi Kojima (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 29th November 1999
ISBN: 9783540659617
Number Of Pages: 338

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This book is designed to provide graduate students and research beginners with an introductory review of recent developments in the field of microscopic magneto-optics. The field contains the most important subjects in solid state physics, chemical physics, and electronic engineering. Microscopic studies of magneto-optics stem from those of ligand-field spectra of paramagnetic ions in solids and liquids, which are also well known to have brought developments in material research for solid-state lasers. As the introductory chapter of this monograph, Chap. 1 deals with the fundamental properties of ligand-field spectra in useful solids. Chapter 2 is on elementary excitations such as magnons and excitons in magnetically ordered crystals, a central aspect of recent developments in microscopic magneto- optics. Chapter 3 concerns Raman spectroscopy accompanying magnetic ex- citations of high energies in strongly correlated electron systems, which are related to high Tc superconductors. Chapter 4 is on recent developments in the studies of non-linear optical effects, citing experiments for Cr20 and de- 3 scribing a microscopic theory for its second harmonic generation. In Chap. 5, after introducing a phenomenological theory of the Faraday and Kerr effects, we present a microscopic theory based on the ligand-field theory and discuss the future developments. Chapter 6 concerns diluted magnetic semiconduc- tors, discussing formation, magnetic properties, and quantum confinement effects of magnetic polarons. Chapter 7 is also on diluted magnetic semi- conductors, emphasizing the importance in growing new magnetic semicon- ductors and in studying their remarkable magneto-optical properties.

Spectroscopy and Optical Applications of Rare-Earth-and Transition-Metal-Doped Materialsp. 1
Elementary Excitations in Magnetically Ordered Materialsp. 37
Raman Spectroscopy of Magnetic Compounds with Strong Electron-Correlationp. 75
Nonlinear Optics of Antiferromagnetic Compoundsp. 107
Faraday and Kerr Effects in Ferromagnetsp. 137
Magnetic Polarons in Diluted Magnetic Semiconductorsp. 179
Magneto-Optics of Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors: New Materials and Applicationsp. 211
Optical Control of Magnetic Properties in Molecule-Based Magnetsp. 245
Magneto-Optical Recordingp. 271
The Magnetic Space-Group and Its Applicationsp. 319
Indexp. 329
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ISBN: 9783540659617
ISBN-10: 3540659617
Series: Springer Solid-State Sciences
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 338
Published: 29th November 1999
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.26 x 16.61  x 2.46
Weight (kg): 0.58

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