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Magnetism: Molecules to Materials V

Magnetism: Molecules to Materials V

Joel S. Miller (Editor), Marc Drillon (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60450-0

Mar 2006

395 pages

Select type: E-Book

$220.99

Description

Combining the contemporary knowledge from widely scattered sources, this is a much-needed and comprehensive overview of the field. In maintaining a balance between theory and experiment, the book guides both advanced students and specialists to this research area.
Topical reviews written by the foremost scientists explain recent trends and advances, focusing on the correlations between electronic structure and magnetic properties. The book spans recent trends in magnetism for molecules -- as well as inorganic-based materials, with an emphasis on new phenomena being explored from both experimental and theoretical viewpoints with the aim of understanding magnetism on the atomic scale. The volume helps readers evaluate their own experimental observations and serves as a basis for the design of new magnetic materials.
Topics covered include:
* Metallocenium Salts of Radical Anion Bis-(dichalcogenate) metalates
* Chiral Molecule-Based Magnets
* Cooperative Magnetic Behavior in Metal-Dicyanamide Complexes
* Lanthanide Ions in Molecular Exchange Coupled Systems
* Monte Carlo Simulation
* Metallocene-Based Magnets
* Magnetic Nanoporous Molecular Materials
A unique reference work, indispensable for everyone concerned with the phenomena of magnetism.
Metallocenium Salts of Radical Anion Bis-(dichalcogenate) metalates
Chiral Molecule-Based Magnets
Cooperative Magnetic Behavior in Metal-Dicyanamide Complexes
Molecular Materials Combining Magnetic and Conducting Properties
Lanthanide Ions in Molecular Exchange Coupled Systems
Monte Carlo Simualtion: A Tool to Analyse the Magnetic Properties
Metallocene-Based Magnets
Magnetic Nanoporous Molecular Materials
Magnetic Prussian Blue Analogues
Scaling theory applied to low dimensional magnetic systems
"...auch dieser neuste Band bietet eine gelungene Auswahl von aktuellen Themen und ist ein Beleg für die in den letzten Jahren zu beobachtende Renaissance eines bereits als nahezu abgeschlossen betrachteten Forschungsgebietes. (...) In jedem Fall ist auch dieser fünfte Band ein Referenzwerk für alle auf dem Gebiet des Magnetismus arbeitenden Forschungsgruppen und sollte daher auch in den entsprechenden Bibliotheken verfügbar sein."
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