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Nano-Crystalline and Thin Film Magnetic Oxides : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ferrimagnetic Nano-Crystalline and Thin Film Magnetooptical and Microwave Materials Sozopol, Bulgaria Sept. 27 - Oct. 3, 1998 - Ivan Nedkov

Nano-Crystalline and Thin Film Magnetic Oxides

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ferrimagnetic Nano-Crystalline and Thin Film Magnetooptical and Microwave Materials Sozopol, Bulgaria Sept. 27 - Oct. 3, 1998

By: Ivan Nedkov (Editor), Marcel Ausloos (Editor)


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The book contains the contributions presented at the NATO ARW on Ferrimagnetic Nano-crystalline and Thin Film Magnetooptical and Microwave Materials (short title: Nano-crystalline and Thin Film Magnetic Oxides) which took place in Sozopol, Bulgaria, Sept. 27 - Oct. 3, 1998. The program of the ARW was consistent with three main areas in the magnetic oxides for microwave and magnetooptical applications: thin films and nano-crystalline ferroxides; magnetic behaviour and applications of oxides with perovskite structures; and nano-sized materials and modeling. The development of planar devices for high-density magnetic and magneto- optical recording and microwave integral technologies has led to a substantial growth of the scientific interest in nano-crystallline and thin film magnetic oxides, such as ferrites, manganates and cuprates. The Workshop organizers embarked on the ambitious task to attract the scientists' attention to key problems related to the nano-crystalline state of magnetic oxides and their magnetic, electrical, and optical behaviour. The knowldege of interactions between charge carriers, with phonons, the spin and dipole magnetic moments and the role of the microstructure and magnetic anisotropy is much theoretically studied for magnetic oxides. The workshop program touched not only upon the theoretical aspects, but on the technology and experiments as well. A review of nano-particle technology and future trends was presented. The possibilities of investigating and modeling the domain structure of the magnetic oxide films were demonstrated and discussed. Microwave and magnetooptical applications of ferroxides were also explored, including a discussion on new types of components with nano-size structure.

List of Contributors
Invited Papers: Original Spinel Ferrites for New Mass Storage Media
Ferrite Films Synthesized from Aqueous Solution and Their Applications
Magnetic Behaviour of Polycrystalline Magnetite Thin Films with Nano-Sized Crystallites
Hexaferrite and Manganite Films Obtained by Injection-MOCVD Process
Non-Linear Microwave and Magneto-Optical Properties of Ferrite Films
Vortex Pinning and Dynamics in Perovskite Oxides: Thermal Magneto-Transport in the Mixed State
Magnetoresistance at Interfaces in Submicrometric Manganese Perovskites Ceramics
Colossal Magnetoresistance in Manganese Perovskite Films and Multilayers
Strain and Magnetoresistance Anisotropy of Pr0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Ultrathin Films
Magnetisation Processes in Magnetic Nanostructures
Size and Interface Dependent Magnetic Properties of Encapsulated Metal Clusters
Magnetic Metal Nanoparticles-Synthesis, Properties, Applications in Magnetic Hard Disks and Some of Their Quantum Size Effects
Domain Models and the Hall Effect in Thin Magnetic Films
Dielectric Properties and Applications of Strontium Titanate Thin Films for Tunable Electronics
Fabrication, Structure and Properties of TL-Based HTS Thin Films
L-Based HTS Devices and Applications
Investigation of Microwave Losses in HTSC Microstrip and Tunable Periodic Coplanar Line Resonators
Selected Posters: Thin Films of Oxide Ferrites Produced by Pulsed Laser Deposition
Low Temperature Susceptibility Measurements on the Ultrafine Fe3O4 Powders
Photo-Induced Effect on the Charge-Ordered State with Canted Antiferromagnetic Spin Order in Pr0.65Ca0.35MnO3
Low-Field Magnetoresistance Hysteresis of Magnetron Sputtered La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 Thin Films
An Experimental Study of Stainless Steel Rough Surface
Time Series Analysis of Microwave Signals: Multifractal Aspects
Approximate Self-Affinity and Autocovariance Function Models of Ballistic Deposits
XPS Investigation of Oxidation State of CoNBH Nanoparticles
Investigation of Device Low Frequency Noise in MW FET DRO
Precision In-Situ Frequency Trimming Process of Surface Transverse Wave Resonators
Deposition and Characterization of One- and Two-Sided YBCO Thin Films for Microwave Devices
Evolution of Surface and Leaky Magnetopolaritons in Gyrotropic Semiconductors
Optical Processes and X(2) Susceptibility Dispersion of LBO for Storage Media and Tunable Frequency Oscillator
Properties of C66 Compressed under High Pressure at High Temperature (HTPC60)
Morphology Formation in Silicon-based Thin Amorphous Films as S
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ISBN: 9780792358732
ISBN-10: 0792358732
Series: NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series: 3:
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 380
Published: 30th September 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.11
Weight (kg): 0.56