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By Joachim Stöhr

The current textual content ebook offers an finished account of magnetism, spanning the old improvement, the actual foundations and the ongoing study underlying the sphere, one of many oldest but nonetheless vivid box of physics. It covers either the classical and quantum mechanical facets of magnetism and novel experimental strategies. possibly uniquely, it additionally discusses spin shipping and magnetization dynamics phenomena linked to atomically and spin engineered nano-structures opposed to the backdrop of spintronics and magnetic garage and reminiscence functions. The ebook is written for college students at the overdue undergraduate and the graduate degrees and may additionally function a cutting-edge reference for scientists in academia and study laboratories. 

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In 1998 [108] the first clear images of antiferromagnetic structure were obtained by St¨ ohr et al. in a series of experiments starting in 1999 [105–107]. 5 820 7700 Photon energy (eV) 7730 7760 Fig. 13. The top row shows absorption spectra near the L-edge (left) [96] and K-edge (right) [97] of magnetized Co metal with magnetization and photon angular momentum parallel and antiparallel, respectively. For the Co K-edge the two spectra are indistinguishable on the plotted scale. In both cases the spectra have been normalized to the same average edge jump, which was set to 1.

104] also demonstrated magnetic imaging with X-rays. It used Auger electron detection, in contrast to total or secondary electron yield detection employed by St¨ ohr et al. [103]. 14 Following first attempts by Spanke et al. in 1998 [108] the first clear images of antiferromagnetic structure were obtained by St¨ ohr et al. in a series of experiments starting in 1999 [105–107]. 5 820 7700 Photon energy (eV) 7730 7760 Fig. 13. The top row shows absorption spectra near the L-edge (left) [96] and K-edge (right) [97] of magnetized Co metal with magnetization and photon angular momentum parallel and antiparallel, respectively.

We have seen above that throughout history magnetism has had important practical applications. Even today, a close link exists between scientific research and technological applications. 1% bandpass) 1 Introduction (megabits / inch ) 26 5 1900 1950 Year 2000 Fig. 15. Improvement of the brightness of X-ray sources with time (black ) in comparison to the development of the areal magnetic storage density in computers (gray). Moore’s law [110], representing the doubling of the transistor density on an electronic chip every two years, is shown as a dotted curve.

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