Best Reference Books – Magnetism and Superconductivity

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

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1. “Magnetism and Superconductivity in Iron-based Superconductors as Probed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance” by Franziska Hammerath

“Magnetism and Superconductivity in Iron-based Superconductors as Probed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance” Book Review: This Nuclear Magnetic Resonance has been a fundamental topic in the studies of superconducting material for many decades. This is designed for the students who want to gain knowledge about Magnetism and Superconductivity. This book covers the topics of static electronic properties, the low excitations of electrons in the normal and superconducting state. On that account it has also been widely applied to Fe-based superconductors from the beginning of their discovery in February 2008. This comprises some of these very first NMR results, reflecting the unconventional nature of superconductivity and its strong link to magnetism in the investigated compounds.

2. “Superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II: Superconductivity and Magnetism: 034 (Topics in Current Physics)” by Merrill B Maple

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“superconductivity in Ternary Compounds II: Superconductivity and Magnetism” Book Review: This book is concerned with superconductivity and magnetism and the mutual interaction of these two phenomena in ternary rare earth compounds. It explains the interaction between superconductivity and magnetism.

3. “High Tc Superconductivity and Magnetism in T-J and T-T’-J Models” by Massimo Lugas

“High Tc Superconductivity and Magnetism in T-J and T-t’-J Models” Book Review: This book is designed for the Phd’s and scientist’s interested in strongly correlated systems and numerical methods. In this book they exposed a new Monte Carlo variational approach applied to t-J and t-t’-J Models for describing the experimental phase diagram of the High-Tc Superconductors. They focused on analysis on phase separation, d-wave superconductivity and magnetic properties. They described the main experimental results on the phase diagrams of the High-Tc materials, highlighting the key factors involved which are at the basis of their strange behaviour.

4. “Molecules Into Materials: Case Studies In Materials Chemistry – Mixed Valency, Magnetism And Superconductivity” by Peter Day

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“Molecules Into Materials: Case Studies In Materials Chemistry – Mixed Valency, Magnetism And Superconductivity” Book Review: This book explains the structure-property relations in the inorganic and metal-organic solid state. This book covers the topics like molecular metals and superconductors, especially on charge transfer salts combining conductivity with magnetism. It also explains the mixed-valency compounds and inorganic charge transfer spectra.

5. “Ruthenate and Rutheno-Cuprate Materials: Unconventional Superconductivity, Magnetism and Quantum Phase Transitions (Lecture Notes in Physics)” by C Noce and A Vecchione

“Ruthenate and Rutheno-Cuprate Materials: Unconventional Superconductivity, Magnetism and Quantum Phase Transitions” Book Review: this book helps readers to understand the magnetic and superconducting properties, it explains these topics theoretically and experimentally. This book was written in the form of a set of lectures. It also provides the tutorial reviews with the aim of providing the research community with both a comprehensive and modern source of reference.

6. “Superconductivity: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)” by Stephen J Blundell

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“Superconductivity: A Very Short Introduction” Book Review: This Very Short Introduction explains in easy terms the theories that have been developed. It is an engaging and informative account of a fascinating scientific detective story, and an intelligible insight into some deep and beautiful ideas of physics. The authors had combined the facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

7. “Magnetism and Superconductivity (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics)” by S Lyle and Laurent-Patrick Levy

“Magnetism and Superconductivity” Book Review: This book is designed for the primarily graduate students and also the scientists working in this field. This book explains the modern vision of magnetism and superconductivity which covers both microscopic and phenomenological aspects. It also provides information illustrated with the help of current research topics such as the quantum Hall effect or mesoscopic aspects of superconductivity. The author systematically uses very easy examples and arguments in order to familiarize the reader with the underlying formalism.

8. “Magnetism and Superconductivity in Low-Dimensional Systems: Utilization in Future Applications” by Dimosthenis Stamopoulos

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“Magnetism & Superconductivity in Low-Dimensional Systems” Book Review: This book is designed for applications related to Nephrology and Hemodialysis, Quantum Computing, Electric Power Applications, Magnetic Recording and Electronics. This book explains the current research topics related to the physics of low-dimensional systems such as magnetic nanoparticles-proteins conjugates and transition metal spin clusters. It also describes the plain and hybrid micro/nano wires embedded in a normal-metal matrix and both plain and hybrid magnetic/superconducting thin films. It also tells about the unconventional magnetic and superconducting properties of these systems.

9. “Superconductivity, Magnetism and Magnets” by Lannie K Tran

“Superconductivity, Magnetism and Magnets” Book Review: This book explains about superconductivity and its need. It explains the mechanism by which high-Tc superconductivity occurs and its application. This book brings together new leading-edge research in the field.

10. “New Research on Superconductivity and Magnetism” by Lannie K Tran

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“New Research on Superconductivity and Magnetism” Book Review: This book explains about superconductivity and its need. It explains the mechanism by which high-Tc superconductivity occurs and its application. This book brings together new leading-edge research in the field.

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