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Novel Magnetic Materials: From microstructure design to substitution

Novel Magnetic Materials: From microstructure design to substitution

Ralf B. Wehrspohn, Claude Chappert, Claudia Felser, Oliver Gutfleisch, Margrit Hanbücken

ISBN: 978-3-527-80637-9

Aug 2019

312 pages

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Timely and forward-looking, the first part of this book provides an in-depth overview of the design, fabrication and characterization of novel magnetic materials, covering high-throughput screening methods for the discovery of new materials as well as nanotechnology-enabled approaches for the realization of magnetic nano- and microstructures. The second part then goes on to review their for various types of memories and high-performance electronic device components. The whole is rounded off by a look at the economic aspects of magnetic materials.
Foreword
Fundamentals
PART I. DESIGN, FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Numerical High-Throughput-Screening Methods
Magnetic Heusler Alloys
Novel Rare Earth Free Magnetic Materials
Novel Magnetic Materials
Nanomagnetic Materials
Thin Magnetic Molecular Films
Experimental High-Throughput Characterization Methods
Magnetic STM
Magnetic Exchange Force Microscopy
PART II. APPLICATIONS OF NOVEL MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Magnetic Memories
Race Track Memories
Novel Magnetic Materials for Magneto-Striction
Spin-Dependent Tunneling Junctions
Non-Volatile Memories
Spintronic Logic Devices
PART III. ECONOMICS OF MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Transition to a Green Economy: Consequences of Dysprosium Shortage
Macro-Economic View on Substitution