Advanced Functional Materials
A Perspective from Theory and Experiment

 

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Advanced Functional Materials
A Perspective from Theory and Experiment

Olle Eriksson (Volume Editor)
Biplab Sanyal (Volume Editor)

 

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ISBN: 9780444536815

 

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Deals with functional materials that are in the frontiers of advanced materials science and technology research, development and manufacture. This title also deals with three classes of materials, magnetic semiconductors, multiferroics, and graphene.


This book deals with functional materials that are in the frontiers of current materials science and technology research, development and manufacture. The first of its kind, it deals with three classes of materials, (1) magnetic semiconductors, (2) multiferroics, and (3) graphene. Because of the wide popularity of these materials there is a strong need for a book about these materials for graduate students, new researchers in science and technology, as well as experienced scientists and technologists, technology based companies and government institutes for science and technology. The book will provide this broad audience with both theoretical and experimental understanding to help in technological advances in the development of devices and related new technologies based on these very interesting and novel materials.


 

ISBN 444536817
ISBN13 9780444536815
Publisher Elsevier Science Ltd
Format Hardback
Publication date 24/08/2012
Pages 260
Weight (grammes) 550
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 229
Width (mm) 152

1. Theory of Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors, by Biplab Sanyal, Olle Eriksson Igor di Marco, Patrik Thunstrom, Johan Hellsvik, Diana M. Iusan, Lars Bergqvist and Peter Dederichs 2. Growth and magnetotransport properties of III-V Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors, by Janusz Sadowski and Jaroslaw Domagala 3. Electronic structure characterization by spectroscopic methods, by Ronny Knut and Olof Karis 4. Theory of magnetism in graphene, by Oleg V. Yazyev and Mikhail Katsnelson 5. Synthesis of graphene and derivatives, by Helena Grennberg and Ulf Jansson 6. Multiferroics : theory, mechanisms and materials, by Paolo Barone, Silvia Picozzi and Biplab Sanyal
7. Magnetoelectric complex metal oxides: main features of preparation, structure and properties, by Sergey A. Ivanov