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Multiferroic Materials free pdf Reflecting the recent surge of interest in this topic, this book is essentially devoted to the fundamental physics underlying multiferroic materials. Written by experts on optical spectroscopy, the text enables readers to gain an insight into the complicated interplay of the individual effects, and to understand the behavior of materials for technical applications in microelectronics and spintronics. It focuses on the magnetic and electric properties of multiferroics and the microscopic mechanisms involved, covering the physical properties and the new physics that arises from their mutual coupling. The authors address possible mechanisms at the origin of such couplings and discuss the couplings between magnetic and ferroelectrics properties in terms of thermodynamical and spectroscopical measurements from an experimental point of view. For academic researchers involved in condensed matter physics as well as materials sciences and engineering, as well as graduate students wishing to carry out research in material and condensed matter sciences.

About Maximilien Cazayous

Maximilien Cazayous is Professor in Physics at the Paris 7 University. He started his scientific career with his PhD work at the Solid State Physics Lab in Toulouse France where he developed a new spectroscopic technique: the Raman interferences. He did postdoc research on the luminescence of quantum dots in micro-discs at Lund University, Sweden, in the team of M. E. Pistol. In 2003 he was appointed assistant professor at Paris 7 University, where he build up a team devoted to Raman spectroscopy, and to work on superconductors (cuprates and now pnictides). His research has included combined magnetic and structural measurements to investigate DNA molecules, the strudy of core shell nanoparticles, and multiferroics using optical spectroscopy techniques. Ricardo Lobo obtained his PhD from the University of Orleans, France, on the infrared, visible and UV properties of conducting and superconducting oxides. In the late 90es he had a joint University of Florida / Brookhaven National Laboratory appointment to work on the development of synchrotron based time-resolved infrared spectroscopy. For this work he received the young scientist Genzel-prize in 2008. In 2001 he pursued his time-resolved work at the free-electron laser CLIO in Orsay. He moved to ESPCI in 2002 as a CNRS staff scientist. His current subjects of interest are the optical properties of cuprate and pnictide superconductors as well as of the magneto-electric coupling in multiferroic materials.

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Author : Maximilien Cazayous
Publisher : Blackwell Verlag GmbH
Data Published :
ISBN : 3527412204
EAN : 9783527412204
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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