Modern Magnetic and Spintronic Materials

(published under the NATO Science for Peace and Security series - 2020)

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Title: Modern Magnetic and Spintronic Materials

SPS Reference: G5622


Magnetic and spintronic materials are ubiquitous in modern technological applications, e.g. in electric motors, power generators, sensors and actuators, not to mention information storage and processing. Medical technology has also greatly benefited from magnetic materials – especially magnetic nanoparticles – for therapy and diagnostics methods.

All of the above-mentioned applications rely on the properties of the materials used. These properties in turn depend on intrinsic and extrinsic material parameters. The former are related to the actual elements used and their properties, e.g. atomic magnetic moment and exchange interaction between atoms; the latter are related to the structural and microstructural properties of the materials used, e.g. their crystal structure, grain size, and grain boundary phases.

Focusing on state-of-the-art magnetic and spintronic materials, this book will introduce readers to a range of related topics in Physics and Materials Science. Phenomena and processes at the nanoscale are of particular importance in this context; accordingly, much of the book addresses such topics.

Editors: Kaidatzis, A., Sidorenko, S., Vladymyrskyi, I., Niarchos, D.

Access the publication here: Modern Magnetic and Spintronic Materials

Series: Series B: Physics and Biophysics

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 978-94-024-2033-3 (print) | 978-94-024-2034-0 (online)