Best Reference Books – Advanced Magnetic Materials and their Applications

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advanced Magnetic Materials and Their Applications subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advanced Magnetic Materials and Their Applications along with reviews.

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1. “Spin Electronics” by Michael Ziese and Martin J Thornton

“Spin Electronics” Book Review: This book is a one of its kind book on spin electronics. It depicts the important topics for new researchers. The book includes magnetism and semicolon basics. Micromagnetism, experimental techniques and materials science is described. Device fabrication and new developments in spin dependent processes are included. The concluding chapters mostly are a number of exercises and solved problems. They help in understanding this topic.

2. “Ultrathin Magnetic Structures” by J A C Bland and B Heinrich

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“Ultrathin Magnetic Structures” Book Review: This book depicts the properties of thin film magnets and methods of their characterization. This book deals with the fundamentals of spintronics. This includes magnetoelectronic materials, spin injection and detection. Micromagnetics is included. Development of magnetic random access memory based on GMR and tunnel junction devices is also included. The books give a detailed account of this continuously changing and growing field. This book is for both beginners and experts of the field.

3. “Supermagnets, Hard Magnetic Materials” by G J Long and F Grandjean

“Supermagnets, Hard Magnetic Materials” Book Review: This book is a result of the interest of the editors of Advanced study institute of hard magnetic materials. Various moments at iron sites in Nd Fe B. The editors brought scientists and engineers together in this book. Various properties of the hard magnetic materials were discussed.

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4. “Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials” by Yi Liu and D J Sellmyer

“Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials” Book Review: This is a four volume set of reference books. It provides a detailed review of recent progress in magnetic materials research. Every chapter of the book starts with a basic introduction. This leads on to the detailed discussions. Possible future advancements are also discussed. First volume – ‘Nanostructured Advanced Magnetic Materials’, includes recent developments about topics. Special importance is given to side effects. Second volume – ‘Characterization and Simulation’, includes detailed review of experimental methods. Simulation techniques for characterization of magnetic materials are also included. Third volume – Processing of Advanced Magnetic Materials, provides recent developments of the field. Fourth volume – Properties and Applications of Advanced Magnetic Materials, it has reviews of the current progress of the field.

5. “Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Materials” by Pradeep Fulay and Jung-Kun Lee

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“Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Materials” Book Review: This book is an amalgamation of materials science with different other engineering subjects. These are physics, chemistry and electrical engineering. The book has discussions on devices and technologies. These are used by electronic, magnetics and photonics industries. It helps to see manufacturing technologies used in device fabrication in a new light. New topics are included. These are optical properties and devices. Addresses to nanoscale phenomena and nanoscience are also included.

6. “Handbook of Magnetism and Advanced Magnetic Materials” by Helmut Kronmüller and Stuart Parkin

“Handbook of Magnetism and Advanced Magnetic Materials” Book Review: This book has been written, edited and acknowledged by the leaders of the field. A detailed and state-of-the-art comprehensive review is provided. This is of current understanding in the field. It includes fundamental properties of magnetically ordered materials and their applications. This handbook is available in five volumes. Volume 1-Fundamentals and Theory. Volume 2-Micromagnetism. Volume 3-Novel Techniques for Characterizing and Preparing Samples. Volume 4-Novel Materials. Volume 5-Sprintronics and Magnetoelectronics.

7. “Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials” by Casan Anderson
8. “Advanced Magnetic and Optical Materials (Advanced Material Series)” by Ashutosh Tiwari and Parameswar K Iyer

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“Advanced Magnetic and Optical Materials (Advanced Material Series)” Book Review: This book contains the latest topics with updated information on them. The topics included are functional optical and magnetic materials, engineering of quantum structures, high-tech magnets. Characterization and new applications of these are also included. The book has new methods and strategies of research. The contributors of the book are experts in the field. The book has 14 chapters organized in two parts. Part 1 is about Magnetic Materials and Part 2 is about Optical Materials.

9. “Advanced Magnetic Nanostructures” by D J Sellmyer and Ralph Skomski

“Advanced Magnetic Nanostructures” Book Review: This book plays special attention to state of the art synthetic methods for creating new magnetic nanostructures. The aim of the book is to give a detailed account of current progress of the field. Leading researchers from around the world have contributed to this book. Main focus of the book is deliberately structured nanomagnets. Cluster assembled, self-organized and patterned thin films are included. Multilayered thin films are excluded. The book is for industry and academic researchers.

10. “Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Materials (Advanced Materials and Technologies)” by Pradeep Fulay and Jung-Kun Lee

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“Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Materials (Advanced Materials and Technologies)” Book Review: This book is a merger of science and engineering. It has a balance between fundamental and technological aspects. It includes important applications for a variety of fields. Some of these are – Nanoscience, Electromagnetics, Semiconductors etc. A number of real world technological examples are given in the book. This book is useful for undergraduate students to anyone working in this industry.

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