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Some recent development in the statistical mechanics of magnetism

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Published
**1986**
by Progress of Theoretical Physics in Kyoto
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by Tohru Morita. |

Series | Progress of theoretical physics -- 87 |

Contributions | Morita, Tohru. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL14218194M |

About the book: From the Front Jacket This book is a collection of problems covering mechanics, electrodynamics, nonrelativistic quantum mechanics,!statistical physics and thermodynamics. Each Section opens with a brief outline of the main laws and relationships used to solve the problems. Figure illustrates the type of magnetism in the elementary materials of the periodic table. Only Fe, Ni, Co and Gd exhibit ferromagnetism. Most magnetic materials are there-fore alloys or oxides of these elements or contain them in another form. There is, however, recent and increased research into new magnetic materials such as plastic File Size: 1MB.

It contains nine chapters written by researchers who have actively contributed to the field. Many results are from recent works of the authors. The book is intended for postgraduate students as well as researchers in statistical physics, magnetism, materials science and various domains where real systems can be described with the spin language. 2 1 Fundamentals of Magnetism Figure Magnetic ﬁ elds due to a magnetic moment and a small circular current. Figure Faraday and Gouy balances for magnetic measurements. Force (F x) is measured. discriminated at all. The true understanding of the origin of magnetism, however,File Size: KB.

Start studying Physical Science chapter 11 Magnetism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Today magnetism plays many important roles in our lives. Physicists’ understanding of magnetism has enabled the development of technologies that affect our everyday lives. The iPod in your purse or backpack, for example, wouldn’t have been possible without the applications of magnetism and electricity on a small scale.

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