High Field Magnetism

High Field Magnetism

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ISBN-13: 9780444599193
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 12/02/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 358
File size: 14 MB
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Table of Contents


List of Committees

Part 1. Introduction to High Field Magnetism

On the Physics of High Magnetic Fields

Part 2. Magnetic Interactions and Phase Transitions in High Magnetic Fields

Phase Diagram and Field-Induced Exchange Flips in FexZn1-xF2

High Magnetic Field Spin-Peierls Phase Diagrams

Spin-Peierls System in a High Magnetic Field

Four-Spin Exchange in Graphite Intercalation Compound C6Eu

Metamagnetism and the Related Properties of Co (SxSe1-x)2

High Field Magnetization Process in FePS3

Magnetism of Antiferromagnetic RbMnCl3

Transition in Co3Fe Induced by a Continuous Strong Magnetic Field

Part 3. Metals and Alloys in High Magnetic Fields

First Order Magnetic Transitions in Some Metallic Materials

High Field Magnetization in Magnetic Materials

High Field Magnetic Susceptibility of Fe-Cr and Co-Mn Alloys

High Field Magnetization of Fe-Pt Disordered Invar Alloys

Magnetization Process of HoNi Single Crystal in Pulsed High Magnetic Field

Magnetic Field-Induced Transitions in RAg and RAu (R = Er, Ho and Dy)

Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy in 3d-Transition Metals Under High Magnetic Fields

High Field Magnetization of Mictomagnetic Fe-Zr Amorphous Alloys

High-Field Susceptibility and Hall Resistivity of Fe-Nb and Fe-Ta Amorphous Films

Magnetization and Magneto-Resistance Measurements on Amorphous Fe-B and Fe-Cr-B Alloys at High Magnetic Fields

High Field Magnetism of Surface Electrons

Part 4. High Field Superconductivity

Recent Research in High Field Superconductivity

High HC2 in Pb1.2-xEuxMo6S8

Angular and Temperature Dependence of Hc2 in Single Crystals PbMo6S8 and Cu1.8Mo6S8

Hc2 Measurements on 2H-TaS2(PY)1/2 in Pulsed High Magnetic Fields

Part 5. Spin and Charge Fluctuations in High Magnetic Fields

Study of Spin- and Valence-Fluctuation Systems in the Amsterdam High-Field Installation

Spin Fluctuation in MnSi Under a High Magnetic Field

High Field Magnetization Mechanism in CeB6

Low-Spin High-Spin Transitions in MnAs and Related Compounds Under High Magnetic Fields

High-Field Magnetization of Ce-Si System

Anomalous Magnetic and Transport Properties in U3P 4 and U3As4

Magnetic Properties of Single-Crystalline UGe2 in High Magnetic Fields

Part 6. High Field Magneto-Optics

High Field Magneto-Absorption of Exciton as an Analogue of Hydrogen Atom

The Excitonic Levels of Cu2O in Medium Magnetic Fields

Magneto-Optical Studies Under a Pulsed Magnetic Field

Application of Pulsed High Magnetic Field to the Study of Zeeman and Paschen-Back Effects

Part 7. High Field Magnetic Resonance

High Field Electron Spin Resonance in the Submillimeter Region

Infrared Experiments in High Magnetic Fields

Submillimeter ESR Experiments on Randomly Mixed Anisotropic Antiferromagnets

Paramagnetic Resonance in Lithium Rare-Earth Fluorides at High Magnetic Fields

Ferromagnetic Resonance in Nickel at High Magnetic Fields

Part 8. High Magnetic Field Facilities and Techniques

High Field Facilities at the Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory

The High Field Magnet Laboratory of Grenoble

Reliable Solenoid for Long Pulses of Field and Magnetic Studies up to 50 T

The High Magnetic Field Facility of the University of Amsterdam

High Magnetic Field Facility in Osaka University

High Sensitivity Magnetization Measurement Under Pulsed High Magnetic Field

High Magnetic Field Study Below 1 K - Application to Low Dimensional Magnetism

Ultra-High Magnetic Field Facilities in Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo

New Method of Magnetic Flux Compression by the Propagation of Shock-Compressed Conductive Region in Semiconductors

High Speed Rotating Disc Type Generator for High Magnetic Fields

Experiments on Explosively Driven Magnetic Flux Compression in National Chemical Laboratory for Industry

High Magnetic Field Facilities in the Research Institute for Iron, Steel and Other Metals, Tohoku University

Use of Superconducting Alloys in High Field Magnet

Photograph of the Participants of the Seminar

List of Contributors

Subject Index

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