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Magnetic Phenomena - an overview ScienceDirect

Magnetic phenomena can be described in terms of the intensity of the magnetic field H and of the magnetic induction B. The magnetization, i.e. the magnetic moment related to unit volume, Mv, is given by the relationship (9.80)M v = B μ0 − H where μ 0 is the permeability of a vacuum.

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Magnetic Phenomena - an overview ScienceDirect

Magnetic phenomena have engaged the human imagination for about 2000 years, and numerous “explanations” of magnetism have evolved We now believe that magnetism is associated with electric charges. James Clerk Maxwell incorporated this premise

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Magnetic Phenomena SpringerLink

Contributions include papers on the theoretical relationship between magnetic phenomena and superconductivity, a new class of magnetic materials produced by molecular beam epitaxy, non-linear phenomena in magnetization fields, quantum chaos in magnetic phenomena,

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Magnetic Phenomena Encyclopedia

2021-3-19  Magnetic Phenomena. Some readily observable phenomena have suggested a connection between psychic abilities and magnetism. The medium Henry Slade could influence the movements of a magnetic needle. Johann Z ö llner made convincing experiments with a glass-covered compass.

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Magnet Phenomena

An important phenomenon in superconducting magnets is quenching. Any superconducting magnet can be quenched by increasing the current and field indiscriminately. A quench in a well encapsulated magnet typically occurs at the location of the highest field in the magnet.

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Magnetic Phenomena SpringerLink

William Gilbert’s De Magnete, published in 1600, began the scientific study of magnetism which languished until the rapid succession of discoveries in the 19th century, starting with Oersted’s observation of the magnetic field of an electric current in 1820. In this chapter we shall briefly describe the principal kinds of magnetic ordering to be found in solids and shall then go on to consider in more detail the phenomena

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Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 (1972) - New Magnetic

1972-10-2  New Magnetic Phenomena in Liquid He 3 below 3 mK D. D. Osheroff, W. J. Gully, R. C. Richardson, and D. M. Lee Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 – Published 2 October 1972 An article within the collection: Letters from the Past - A PRL Retrospective

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Magnetism - UCL

2012-3-26  The modern understanding of magnetic phenomena in condensed matter originates from the work of two Frenchmen: Pierre Curie (1859-1906), the husband and scientific collaborator of Madame Marie Curie (1867-1934), and Pierre Weiss (1865-1940). Curie examined the effect of temperature on magnetic materials and observed that magnetism disappeared ...

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Electric and Magnetic Phenomena - physics.ucla

2009-4-15  Electric and magnetic phenomena are related and have many practical applications. As a basis for understanding this concept:

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Magnet Phenomena

Magnet Phenomena. Many factors must be considered when designing a superconducting magnet to assure its proper performance. These factors include the mechanical structure of the magnet, the magnetic field design and the design of the conductor to be used.

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Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 (1972) - New Magnetic

New Magnetic Phenomena in Liquid He 3 below 3 mK D. D. Osheroff, W. J. Gully, R. C. Richardson, and D. M. Lee Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 – Published 2 October 1972 An article within the collection: Letters from the Past - A PRL Retrospective

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The nature and source of solar magnetic phenomena:

2019-9-9  The magnetic phenomena discussed include torsional oscillations, the heat source for the chromosphere and the corona, filaments, meridional flow, the solar cycle, sunspots, CMEs, and flares. I. INTRODUCTION. Section: A. History. A century from

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Optical Probes of 2D Magnetic Phenomena NIST

2021-5-24  We develop novel inelastic scattering methodologies to probe, quantify, and control key magnetic phenomena in 2D materials for applications in beyond CMOS, sensing and quantum information. 2D magnetism has significant potential for technological impact in

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Phys. Rev. B 78, 014423 (2008) - Magnetic

2008-7-22  Magnetic phenomena, spin-orbit effects, and Landauer conductance in Pt nanowire contacts: Density-functional theory calculations Alexander Smogunov, Andrea Dal Corso, and Erio Tosatti Phys. Rev. B 78, 014423 – Published 22 July 2008

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Magnetism - UCL

2012-3-26  The modern understanding of magnetic phenomena in condensed matter originates from the work of two Frenchmen: Pierre Curie (1859-1906), the husband and scientific collaborator of Madame Marie Curie (1867-1934), and Pierre Weiss (1865-1940). Curie examined the effect of temperature on magnetic materials and observed that magnetism disappeared ...

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Investigation and Control of Ultrafast Magnetic Phenomena

2020-8-20  the last 6 years in understanding ultrafast magnetic phenomena, and in controlling and integrating them with conventional spintronic processes to realize fast, non-volatile spintronic devices. The first part of the dissertation will focus on work done to understand the fundamental limitations of some spintronic and ultrafast magnetic phenomena.

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Electric and magnetic phenomena observed before

2002-5-28  Here we report the electric and magnetic phenomena that preceded this volcano-seismic activity. These phenomena were different from most of the preseismic electromagnetic signals reported so far for single events (3–5) because they lasted much longer before the onset of

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Emergent phenomena and proximity effects in two ...

2020-9-18  This class of materials exhibits a diverse array of magnetic phenomena, including antiferromagnetic insulators with varying degrees of anisotropy 28,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51 ...

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2018 Spin Mini Workshop: Exotic magnetic phenomena ...

This Spin Mini2 will focus on a broad range of topics which are of great current interest in both fundamental and applied magnetism. The workshop sessions will cover recent advances in magnetic materials, spin structures, devices, and dynamics, and biomagnetism ...

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Magnetic phenomena - Big Chemical Encyclopedia

Magnetic phenomena In the broad range of ceramic materials that are used for electrical and electronic apphcations, each category of material exhibits unique property characteristics which directiy reflect composition, processing, and microstmcture. Detailed treatment is given primarily to those property characteristics relating to insulation behavior and electrical conduction processes.

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Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 (1972) - New Magnetic

New Magnetic Phenomena in Liquid He 3 below 3 mK D. D. Osheroff, W. J. Gully, R. C. Richardson, and D. M. Lee Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 920 – Published 2 October 1972 An article within the collection: Letters from the Past - A PRL Retrospective

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Exploiting random magnetic phenomena for

2021-7-9  A perspective presents the challenges and prospects of taking advantage of these typically unwanted effects for data security, probabilistic computing and neuromorphic computing.

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Magnetic Phenomena (Phase Transitions) Scientific.Net

Solid State Phenomena Key Engineering Materials Materials Science Forum Advanced Materials Research Journal of Metastable and Nanocrystalline Materials Journal of Nano Research Diffusion Foundations Nano Hybrids and Composites ...

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Optical Probes of 2D Magnetic Phenomena NIST

2021-5-24  We develop novel inelastic scattering methodologies to probe, quantify, and control key magnetic phenomena in 2D materials for applications in beyond CMOS, sensing and quantum information. 2D magnetism has significant potential for technological impact in

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Phys. Rev. B 78, 014423 (2008) - Magnetic

2008-7-22  Magnetic phenomena, spin-orbit effects, and Landauer conductance in Pt nanowire contacts: Density-functional theory calculations Alexander Smogunov, Andrea Dal Corso, and Erio Tosatti Phys. Rev. B 78, 014423 – Published 22 July 2008

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Investigation and Control of Ultrafast Magnetic Phenomena

2020-8-20  the last 6 years in understanding ultrafast magnetic phenomena, and in controlling and integrating them with conventional spintronic processes to realize fast, non-volatile spintronic devices. The first part of the dissertation will focus on work done to understand the fundamental limitations of some spintronic and ultrafast magnetic phenomena.

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Electric and magnetic phenomena observed before

2002-5-28  Here we report the electric and magnetic phenomena that preceded this volcano-seismic activity. These phenomena were different from most of the preseismic electromagnetic signals reported so far for single events (3–5) because they lasted much longer before the onset of

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Magnetic damping phenomena in ferromagnetic thin

2017-10-25  Freeman M R, Ruf R R and Gambino R J 1991 Picosecond pulsed magnetic fields for studies of ultrafast magnetic phenomena IEEE Trans. Magn. 27 4840. Crossref. Freeman M R, Brady M J and Smyth J 1992 Extremely high frequency pulse magnetic resonance by picosecond magneto-optic sampling Appl. Phys. Lett. 60 2555.

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Magnetic damping phenomena in ferromagnetic thin

2017-10-25  The r.f. and static magnetic fields are typically oriented orthogonally with respect to each other. Sweeping the amplitude of the bias field takes the magnetic material through ferromagnetic resonance at the given frequency, where the energy

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