5 edition of Magnetic microscopy of nanostructures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||H. Hopster, H.P. Oepen (eds.)|
|Series||Nanoscience and technology|
|Contributions||Hopster, H., Oepen, H. P|
|LC Classifications||QC176.8.N35 M34 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||2004104060|
This article investigates nanostructures by means of scanning transmission electron microscopy. The electron microscope is uniquely suited to the study of individual nanostructures, allowing differentiation of different structures and properties that is difficult or impossible to do with techniques that provide a spatial average. The present generation of aberration correctors, which correct Cited by: 8. 1 Magnetic microscopy and simulation of strain-mediated control of magnetization in Ni/PMN-PT nanostructures Ian Gilbert1, Andres C. Chavez2, Daniel T. Pierce 1, John Unguris, Wei-Yang Sun2, Cheng-Yen Liang2, and Gregory P. Carman2 1. Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards and.
Introduction. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) was one of the earliest techniques to be used for the imaging of magnetic domain structures in magnetic materials (see, for example, , ).A principal motivation for the use of TEM for the analysis of magnetic domain structure is that many applicable magnetic properties are extrinsic rather than intrinsic to the materials themselves. A nanostructure is a structure of intermediate size between microscopic and molecular ructural detail is microstructure at nanoscale.. In describing nanostructures, it is necessary to differentiate between the number of dimensions in the volume of an object which are on the nanoscale. Nanotextured surfaces have one dimension on the nanoscale, i.e., only the thickness of .
Magnetic Properties of Antiferromagnetic Oxide Materials: Surfaces, Interfaces, and Thin Films. Editor(s): as well as imaging using soft x-ray microscopy. and scanning near-field optical microscopy of magnetic nanostructures. He is the author of over publications and is involved in various international scientific collaborations. Application areas include the study of nanoparticles, nanowires and nanotubes, three-dimensional nanostructures, quantum dots, magnetic nanomaterials, photonic structures, and bio-inspired nanomaterials. This book will appeal not only to a broad spectrum of nanomaterials researchers, but also to SEM development specialists.
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This volume contains a comprehensive collection of overview articles on novel microscopy methods for imaging magnetic structures on the nanoscale. Written by leading scientists in the field the book covers synchrotron based methods, spin polarized electron methods, and scanning probe techniques.
"The book Magnetic Microscopy of Nanostructures is an addition to the Springer series on Nanoscience and Technology.
It provides an excellent collection of comprehensive articles on current magnetic microscopy techniques. All the contributions have very good introductions, a detailed experimental section, and many examples of : Hardcover.
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Electron Holography of Magnetic Nanostructures.- SPLEEM.- SEMPA Studies of Thin Films, Structures, and Exchange Coupled Layers.- Spin-SEM of Storage Media.- High Resolution Magnetic Imaging by Local Tunneling Magnetoresistance.- Spin-Polarized Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy.- Magnetic Force Microscopy: Images of Nanostructures and Contrast.
High resolution magnetic imaging by local tunneling magnetoresistance Spin-polarized scanning tunneling spectroscopy Magnetic force microscopy: images of nanostructures and contrast modeling Magnetetic force microscopy- towards higher resolution Scanning probe methods for magnetic imaging.
Series Title. "The book Magnetic Microscopy of Nanostructures is an addition to the Springer series on Nanoscience and Technology. It provides an excellent collection of comprehensive articles on current magnetic microscopy techniques.
All the contributions have very good introductions, a detailed experimental section, and many examples of : $ Magnetic Microscopy of Nanostructures. Springer (), pp., ISBN: $ / £77 / € The book Magnetic Microscopy of Nanostructures is an addition to the Springer series on Nanoscience and Technology, edited by Avouris, von Klitzing, Sakaki, and Wiesendanger.
It provides an excellent collection of comprehensive articles Cited by: 3. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xv. PDF. The Influence of Magnetic Anisotropy on Current-Induced Spindynamics. Heusler alloys Magnetic heterostructures Magnetic microscopy Magnetic nanostructures Nanomagnetic sensors Nanomagnetism Nanomagnetism and spintronics reviewed Spin dynamics Spin transport Spintronics with superconductors.
Magnetic Microscopy of Layered Structures - Ebook written by Wolfgang Kuch, Rudolf Schäfer, Peter Fischer, Franz Ulrich Hillebrecht. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Magnetic Microscopy of Layered Structures.
Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a variety of atomic force microscopy, in which a sharp magnetized tip scans a magnetic sample; the tip-sample magnetic interactions are detected and used to reconstruct the magnetic structure of the sample kinds of magnetic interactions are measured by MFM, including magnetic dipole–dipole interaction.
Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is one of the most elegant methods for studying surface magnetic properties with high resolution and easy sample preparation.
MFM is a variety of AFM, where a sharp magnetized tip scans a magnetic sample; tip-sample magnetic interactions are detected and used to reconstruct the magnetic structure of the sample surface . from book Scanning Probe Microscopy in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2 (pp) Magnetic Force Microscopy Studies of Magnetic Features and Nanostructures.
magnetic force microscopy (MFM. Therefore, as in magnetic spectro-microscopy, the difference of two opposite helicity images can be used to enhance the magnetic contrast and suppress any non-magnetic contributions.
A Cited by: Magnetic Microscopy of Nanostructures is an excellent introduction for newcomers and, for those working in the field, can be used as a guide before seeking more up-to-date literature, saysHarald Author: Harald Brune. Time-Domain Study of Magnetization Dynamics in Magnetic Thin Films and Micro- and Nanostructures Anjan Barman, Arabinda Haldar Thematic Unit of Excellence on Nanodevice Technology and Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Material Sciences, S.N.
Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India Contents 1. General Introduction 2 2. Magnetic Microscopy of Layered Structures. exciting new developments in magnetism rely on the ability to independently control the magnetization in two or more magnetic layers in micro- or nanostructures.
This in turn requires techniques with the appropriate spatial resolution and magnetic sensitivity. The book begins with an introductory.
Electron Holography of Magnetic Nanostructures M.R. McCartney, R.E. Dunin-Borkowski, and D.J. Smith Electron holography is an electron microscope imaging technique that permits quan-titative measurement of magnetic ﬁelds with spatial resolution approaching the nanometer scale.
The theoretical background and usual experimental setup for elec-Cited by: 5. Magnetic Microscopy of Layered Structures. Authors exciting new developments in magnetism rely on the ability to independently control the magnetization in two or more magnetic layers in micro- or nanostructures.
This in turn requires techniques with the appropriate spatial resolution and magnetic sensitivity. The book begins with an. Physics of Magnetic Nanostructures is written for senior undergraduate and graduate students in physics and nanotechnology, material scientists, chemists, and physicists.
About the Author Frank J. Owens, PhD., is a research professor in the Department of Physics at Hunter College and member of the graduate faculty at City University of New : Frank J. Owens.
ABOUT THIS BOOK: Magnetic materials are one of the most vital and fastest growing areas of research in the field of nanotechnology. From a technological point of view, the magnetic nanostructures impart much larger storage density due to a phenomenal increase in the number of bits stored in a unit area that makes them quite attractive for a.
Among other techniques like Magnetic Force Microscopy and X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism-Photoemission Electron Microscopy, Kerr Microscopy is of simpler implementation, gives sub-micrometric resolution, does not require a complex sample preparation .Timely and comprehensive, this book presents recent advances in magnetic nanomaterials research, covering the latest developments, including the design and preparation of magnetic nanoparticles, their physical and chemical properties as well as their applications in different fields, including biomedicine, magnetic energy storage, wave-absorbing and water remediation.Magnetic Microscopy of Layered Structures.
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