Magnetism and Magnetic Matterials

Magnetism arises from two sources 1) Electric Current and 2) Spin Magnetic moments of elementary particles. Mostly effects of magnetism are seen in Ferromagnetic materials, which are strongly attracted by magnetic fields and which can become permanent magnet in a long exposition by magnetization. Iron, nickel, cobalt and their alloys are most commonly known ferromagnetic materials. Lodestone, a form of natural iron ore called magnetite is the first material in which permanent magnetism was found. There are many types of magnetic materials such as paramagnetic substances, diamagnetic substances and antiferromagnetic substances. But the force of these materials is too weak and can only be detected by laboratory instruments. The magnetic state depends on temperature, pressure and the applied magnetic field.

  • Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
  • Magnetic data storage
  • Hard and Soft Magnetic Materials
  • Magnetic Measurements
  • Novel Magnetic Materials and Device Applications
  • Magnetization Dynamics
  • Molecular Magnetism
  • Quantum Hall effect
  • Frustrated Magnetic Systems
  • Computational Magnetism
  • Multiferroic Materials
  • Switchable Magnetic Materials
  • Magnetic Metal Organic Frameworks
  • Magnonics
  • Domain wall, vortex, and Skyrmion Dynamics
  • Multilayer Films and Superlattices
  • 3D Magnetic Structures
  • Rare Earth Transition Metal Borides

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