Theory of Magnetism / Edition 1

Theory of Magnetism / Edition 1

by Kei Yosida
     
 

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ISBN-10: 3540606513

ISBN-13: 9783540606512

Pub. Date: 05/02/2001

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

The Theory of Magnetism is an important subfield of the theory of solids, and has guided a long history of research into the phenomenon of magnetism. This book provides the foundation for further development in this field. Its contents is divided into four parts. In Part I, Magnetic Ions in Crystals, the electron states of magnetic ions in crystals and the exchange

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The Theory of Magnetism is an important subfield of the theory of solids, and has guided a long history of research into the phenomenon of magnetism. This book provides the foundation for further development in this field. Its contents is divided into four parts. In Part I, Magnetic Ions in Crystals, the electron states of magnetic ions in crystals and the exchange interactions between them are explained. Part II, Magnetism of Spin Systems, treats problems of ferromagnetism and antiferromagnetism shown by exchange-coupled localized spin systems. In Part III, Magnetism of Metals, magnetic properties of itinerant electron systems are discussed in relation to 3d electrons in iron-group metals. Part IV, Magnetism of Dilute Alloys, is devoted to an explanation of the Kondo effect and related topics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540606512
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
05/02/2001
Series:
Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences, #122
Edition description:
1st ed. 1996. Corr. 2nd printing 1998
Pages:
323
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.88(d)

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Table of Contents

From the Contents
Electronic States of Free Magnetic Ions.- Interactions Betwwen Atomic Nucleus and Electrons.- Magnetic Ions in Crystals.- Exchange Interactions.- Molecular-Field Theory.- Molecular-Field Theory for Antiferromagnets.- Paramagnetic Susceptibility and Critical Phenomena.- Spin-Wave Theory of Ferromagnets.- Spin-Wave Theory of Antiferromagnets.- Two-Dimensional XV Model.- Magnetism of Metals.- Coulomb Interaction Between Electrons.- Theory of Strong Electron Correlation.- Behavior of the s-d System at Low Temperatures.

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