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Author NATO Advanced Research Workshop.

Title Physics of spin in solids : materials, methods, and applications, proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop / edited b y Samed Halilov
Published Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004


Description 1 online resource (xvii, 244 pages) : many figure
Series NATO science series. Series II, Mathematics, physics, and chemistry ; v. 156
NATO science series. Series II, Mathematics, physics, and chemistry ; v. 156.
Contents Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov-Like State in Ferromagnet-Superconductor Proximity System -- Exchange Force Image of Magnetic Surfaces -- Spin-Dependent Tunnel Currents for Metals or Superconductors With Charge-Density Waves -- Electronic Structure of Strongly Correlated Materials: Towards a First Principles Scheme -- Spin-Density Wave and Short-Range Oscillations in Photoemission from Films of CR Metal -- The Role of Hydration and Magnetic Fluctuations in The Superconducting Cobaltate -- Holstein-Primakoff Representation for Strongly Correlated Electron Systems -- Tuning the Magnetism of Ordered and Disordered Strongly-Correlated Electron Nanoclusters -- Density Functional Calculations Near Ferromagnetic Quantum Critical Points -- Interplay Between Helicoidal Magnetic Ordering and Superconductivity on the Differential Conductance in HoNi2B2C/Ag Junctions -- Ab Initio Calculations of the Optical and Magneto-Optical Properties of Moderately Correlated Systems: Accounting for Correlation Effects -- Spin-Dependent Transport in Phase-Separated Manganites -- New Magnetic Semiconductors on the Base of TlBVI-MeBVI Systems (ME-FE, CO, NI, MN; B-S, SE, TE) -- Localized Magnetic Polaritons in the Magnetic Superlattice with Magnetic Impurity -- Spin Stability and Low-Lying Excitations in Sr2RuO4
Summary Most recent publications on spin-related phenomena focus on technological aspects of spin-dependent transport, with emphasis on the specific needs of spintronics. The present publication targets rather fundamental problems related to the physics of spin in solids, such as: (1) manifestation of spin and orbital polarization in spectroscopy, including valence and X-ray photoemission, magneto-optics, low-energy electron scattering on the surface; (2) application of new methods for interpretation and determination of magnetic low-lying excitations in the bulk and on the surface; (3) recent progress in evaluation of different type of magnetic forces including spin-orbit and exchange interaction, with subsequent determination of anisotropy and spin-ordering structure; (4) general problems of spin-dependent transport in semiconductors and metals, such as current-caused torque effect on spins at interfaces and spin injection in quantum dot systems; (5) problems in understanding the spin-dependent trends in unconventional superconductors; (6) many-body problems in solid state physics and recent progress in evaluation of self-energy effects; (7) fabrication of new magnetic materials with pre-programmed properties based on assembly from nano-particles, etc
Analysis fysica
Physics (General)
Fysica (algemeen)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Nuclear spin.
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Elementary Particles
particle physics.
Nuclear spin
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Genre/Form proceedings (reports)
Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Halilov, Samed
ISBN 9781402027086