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Modern Ferrites, Volume 1

Basic Principles, Processing and Properties

Harris, Vincent G. (Herausgeber)

Wiley - IEEE


1. Auflage Dezember 2022
496 Seiten, Hardcover
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A robust exploration of the basic principles of ferrimagnetics and their applications

In Modern Ferrites Volume 1: Basic Principles, Processing and Properties, renowned researcher and educator Vincent G. Harris delivers a comprehensive overview of the basic principles and ferrimagnetic phenomena of modern ferrite materials. Volume 1 explores the fundamental properties of ferrite systems, including their structure, chemistry, and magnetism; the latest in processing methodologies; and the unique properties that result.

The authors explore the processing, structure, and property relationships in ferrites as nanoparticles, thin and thick films, compacts, and crystals and how these relationships are key to realizing practical device applications laying the foundation for next generation technologies.

This volume also includes:
* Comprehensive investigation of the historical and scientific significance of ferrites upon ancient and modern societies;
* Neel's expanded theory of molecular field magnetism applied to ferrimagnetic oxides together with theoretic advances in density functional theory;
* Nonlinear excitations in ferrite systems and their potential for device technologies;
* Practical discussions of nanoparticle, thin, and thick film growth techniques;
* Ferrite-based electronic band-gap heterostructures and metamaterials.

Perfect for RF engineers and magnetitians working in the field of RF electronics, radar, communications, and spintronics as well as other emerging technologies.

Modern Ferrites will earn a place on the bookshelves of engineers and scientists interested in the ever-expanding technologies reliant upon ferrite materials and new processing methodologies.

Modern Ferrites Volume 2: Emerging Technologies and Applications is also available (ISBN: 9781394156139).


Preface ix

List of Contributors xi

1 Historical Evolution of Systeme International d'Unites and Its Application to Electromagnetism and Magnetic Materials 1

Vincent G. Harris

2 Societal Benefits of Ferrites: Historical, Scientific, and Commercial Breakthroughs 9

Vincent G. Harris

3 Structure and Chemistry of Ferrites and Related Oxide Systems 21

Michael E. McHenry and David E. Laughlin

4 Ferrite Magnetism: Fundamentals of Néel's Molecular Field Theory 47

Michael E. McHenry and David E. Laughlin

5 Molecular Field and Exchange-Interaction Theories Applied to Ferrimagnetic Systems 75

Ke Sun, Chuanjian Wu, Zhong Yu, Rongdi Guo, Xiaona Jiang, and Zhongwen Lan

6 Ferrite Magnetism: A First-Principles Approach 93

Xu Zuo

7 Gyromagnetic Properties of Ferrites 129

Marina Koledintseva and Takanori Tsutaoka

8 Nonlinear Excitations in Ferrites 221

Pavel Kabos, John D. Adam, and Boris A. Kalinikos

9 Chemical Processing and Magnetic Properties of Ferrite Nanoparticles 269

Sarah E. Smith, Melissa Tsui, Brent Williams, and Everett E. Carpenter

10 Ferrite Films: Deposition Methods and Properties in View of Applications 295

Pieter J. van der Zaag, O. Fitchorova, A. Sokolov, and Vincent G. Harris

11 Properties and Applications of Single-Crystal Ferrite Films Grown by Liquid-Phase Epitaxy 413

Huaiwu Zhang, Qinghui Yang, Qiye Wen, Yingli Liu, and Vincent G. Harris

12 Ferrite-Based Electronic Bandgap Heterostructures and Metamaterials 457

Martha Pardavi-Horvath

Index 473
Vincent G. Harris, PhD, is an engineer, scientist, educator, inventor, entrepreneur, and science policy fellow and analyst with over 30 years' experience in the development of science and technology of ferrite materials and their diverse applications.

He is a University Distinguished Professor and William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor at Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA, and is recognized as an international leader in the materials science of RF materials, devices, components, and systems.

His research includes materials design and the study of processing, structure, and properties of a wide range of electronic materials.

V. G. Harris, Northeastern University Boston, MA, USA