An understanding of magnetostriction is important for a range of technologically and scientifically important materials. The book covers bulk and thin film magnetostrictive materials, superconductors and oxides. The role of magnetostriction in determining or influencing the physical properties is discussed in depth and wide-ranging reference lists are provided for further study. Contributors have provided both tutorial material and discussions of leading-edge science.
Readership: An invaluable reference for all condensed matter physicists, material scientists and technologists for whom bulk or thin film magnetic materials or superconductors are central to their interests.
Preface. List of Contributors. First principles determination of magnetostriction in transition metal thin films, alloys and compounds; Ruqian Wu, et al. Magnetostriction of rare-earth based thin films and superlattices; J.I. Arnaudas, et al. Rare-earth transition metal thin films and devices; A. Ludwig, E. Quandt. Magneto-elasticity in amorphous ferromagnets; J.M. Barandiaran. Giant magneto-impedance effect in amorphous wires; H. Chiriac. Magnetostriction in multilayer systems; M.R.J. Gibbs. Magnetostriction in heterogeneous magnetic systems; H. Szymczak, M.R.J. Gibbs. Magnetostriction of superconductors; A. Gerber. Magnetostriction in mixed valent magnetic oxides; M.R. Ibarra, et al. Spectacular magneto-related properties of complex oxides; B. Dabrowski, et al. Magnetostriction and spin-flopping of uniaxially compressed antiferromagnets; V.V. Eremenko, V.A. Sirenko. X-ray studies of magnetostriction; P.F. Pettifer. Local magnetostrictive response using atomic force microscopy; J. Wittborn, et al. Composite magnetostrictive materials for advanced automotive magnetomechanical sensors; R.W. McCallum, et al. Fundamental investigations and industrial applications of magnetostriction; M. Hirscher, T. Reininger. The influence of stress on the magnetic hf-properties of amorphous ferromagnetic thin films; I. Fergen, K. Seemann. Subject index.
Series: NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
Number Of Pages: 349
Published: 31st December 2000
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.51