Download E-books Ising-type Antiferromagnets: Model Systems in Statistical Physics and in the Magnetism of Exchange Bias (Springer Tracts in Modern Physics) PDF

By Christian Binek

Selected glossy facets of artificially layered constructions and bulk fabrics related to antiferromagnetic long-range order are the most topics of this booklet. designated emphasis is laid at the prototypical habit of Ising-type version platforms. They play a very important position within the box of statistical physics and, additionally, give a contribution to the uncomplicated realizing of the trade bias phenomenon in MBE-grown magnetic heterosystems.  during the ebook, specific awareness is given to the interaction among experimental effects and their theoretical description, starting from the well-known Lee-Yang idea of part transitions to novel mechanisms of trade bias.

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