Introduction to Magnetic Materials

ISBN-10: 0471477419

ISBN-13: 9780471477419

Edition: 2nd 2009

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List price: $157.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/10/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 568
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.816

Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Definitions and Units
Introduction
The cgs-emu System of Units
Magnetic Moment
Intensity of Magnetization
Magnetic Dipoles
Magnetic Effects of Currents
Magnetic materials
SI Units
Magnetization Curves and Hysteresis Loops
Experimental Methods
Introduction
Field Production By Solenoids
Field Production by Electromagnets
Field Production by Permanent Magnets
Measurement of Field Strength
Magnetic Measurements in Closed Circuits
Demagnetizing Fields
Magnetic Shielding
Demagnetizing Factors
magnetic measurements in Open Circuits
Instruments for Measuring Magnetization
Magnetic Circuits and Permeameters
Susceptibility measurements
Problems
Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism
Introduction
Magnetic Moments of Electrons
Magnetic Moments of Atoms
Theory of Diamagnetism
Diagmagnetic Substances
Classical Theory of Paramagnetism
Quantum Theory of Paramagnetism
Paramagnetic Substances
Problems
Ferromagnetism
Introduction
Molecular Field Theory
Exchange Forces
Band Theory
Ferromagnetic Alloys
Thermal Effects
Theories of Ferromagnetism
Magnetic Analysis
Problems
Antiferromagnetism
Introduction
Molecular Field Theory
Neutron Diffraction
Rare Esrths
Antiferromagnetic Alloys
Problems
Ferrimagnetism
Introduction
Structure of Cubic Ferrites
Saturation Magnetization
Molecular Field Theory
Hexagonal Ferrites
Other Ferrimagnetic Substances
Summary: Kinds of Magnetism
Problems
Magnetic Anisotropy
Introduction
Anisotropy in Cubic Crystals
Anisotropy in Hexagonal Crystals
Physical Origin of Crystal Anisotropy
Anisotropy Measurement
Anisotropy Measurement (from Magnetization Curves)
Anisotropy Constants
Polycrystalline materials
Anisotropy in Antiferromagnetics
Shape Anisotropy
Problems
Magnetostriction and the Effects of Stress
Introduction
Magnetostriction of Single Crystals
Magnetostriction of Polycrystals
Physical Origin of Magnetostriction
Effect of Stress on Magnetic Properties
Effect of Stress on Magnetostriction
Applications of Magnetostriction
�E Effect
Magnetoresistance
Problems
Domains and the Magnetization Process
Introduction
Domain Wall Structure
Domain Wall Observation
Magnetostatic Energy and Domain Structure
Single-Domain Particles
Micromagnetics
Domain Wall Motion
Hindrances to Wall Motion (Inclusions)
Residual Stress
Hindrances to Wall Motion (Microstress)
Hindrances to Wall Motion (General)
Magnetization by Rotation
Magnetization in Low Fields
Magnetization in High Fields
Shapes of Hysteresis Loops
Effect of Plastic Deformation (Cold Work)
Problems
Induced Magnetic Anisotropy
Introduction
Magnetic Annealing (Substitutional Solid Solutions)
Magnetic Annealing (Interstitial Solid Solutions)
Stress Annealing
Plastic Deformation (Alloys)
Plastic Deformation (Pur
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