ferromagnetism


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Related to ferromagnetism: ferrimagnetism, antiferromagnetism
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phenomenon exhibited by materials like iron (nickel or cobalt) that become magnetized in a magnetic field and retain their magnetism when the field is removed

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The facts that ferromagnetism is intrinsic to CGT, and that it is also a semiconductor, make it especially appealing for scientific applications in the fields of nanoscale memory, magnetic sensors and spintronic devices.
To conclude, he addresses the dynamic of vortices and the coexistence of ferromagnetism and superconductivity in high-Tc oxides, and outlines the pinning phenomena of vortices in these materials, particularly the pinning of vortices by the spins.
More fundamentally, we need to clarify how these strong MFs are held: is the magnetism driven by some electric currents (electric magnets), or sustained by some kind of ferromagnetism (permanent magnets)?
VISINTIN, On Landau-Lifshitz' equations for ferromagnetism, Japan J.
Yang, "Hydrothermal synthesis and ferromagnetism of CuO nanosheets," Applied Surface Science, vol.
Ferromagnetism comes from the early association of this behavior with ferrous or iron containing materials.
This model was proposed by Ernst Ising for ferromagnetism studies in statistical physics.
Ferromagnetism, the effect that makes compass needles turn and refrigerator magnets stick to metal, causes attraction or repulsion between two objects.
Photoluminescence (PL) spectra and magnetization curves proved that their PL intensity and ferromagnetism were increased with the increase of [Co.
Although the adverse effects of Lenz forces have not been clinically reported, the theoretical assessment indicated that these forces could reach values up to 100 times greater than those associated to ferromagnetism [8,9].
Different from ferromagnetism, which is used in conventional hard drives, the spins of neighboring atoms within antiferromagnetic material are oppositely aligned, rendering the material magnetically neutral on a bulk level.
Different from ferromagnetism, which is used in conventional hard drives, the spins of neighbouring atoms within antiferromagnetic material are oppositely aligned, rendering the material magnetically neutral on a bulk level.
Ferromagnetism above room temperature in bulk and transparent thin films of Mn-doped ZnO.
Specific topics examined include room temperature magneto-resistance effects of half-metallic oxides, ferromagnetism in semiconductors doped with non-magnetic elements, and spin transfer torque effect and its applications.