Published October 6, 2003
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Fritz Herlach (Editor), Noboru Miura (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
This book is an average book - nothing great about it. There are over pages on magnetic field diffusion - not sure why it is allocated so much space. On the other hand, the book barely covers magnetostatics (quite surprising for a book on magnetic fields), and the problems/examples discussed in the book are hardly useful in real life Cited by: Abstract. On CO 3 Fe natural single crystals, the transition from the antiferromagnetic to the ordered state is investigated, for the first time, in continuous high magnetic fields up to kOe. When the temperature varies from K to the Néel point (38 K), the following properties are observed; between and 7 K, a strong field hysteresis is evidenced while in the 7 K − 38 K. This book, written by leading scientists, will serve as a reference work on high-magnetic-field science for many years to come. Keywords Hall effect High magnetic fields Quantum Hall effect condensed matter electron transport low-dimensional systems magnetic field magnetic fields metal nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) optics spectroscopy. Readership: Scientists and students doing and planning experiments with high magnetic fields; magnet designers (engineers and scientists). "On the whole, this book appears to be edited with great care. The English is consistently of excellent quality, there are almost no printing errors and there is an excellent index in each volume.
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