Magnetoelectronics and magnetic materials: novel phenomena and advanced characterization : symposium held December 1-5, 2002, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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Materials Research Society, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 280 pages
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This volume combines the proceedings of Symposium Q, "Magnetoelectronics--Novel Magnetic Phenomena in Nanostructures, and Symposium R, "Advanced Characterization of Artificially Structured Magnetic Materials, both from the 2002 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston. The common focus is on artificially engineered nanostructured magnetic systems. The two symposia address new phenomena in magnetoelectronic applications, their preparation, and advanced methodology for characterization. Interest in nanomagnetism has been catalyzed by advances in two fields of research. 1) Advances in materials synthesis of structures whose length scales transcend magnetic length scales and open the possibility for creating materials with new magnetic properties. Such structures include interfaces, superlattices, tunneling devices, nanostructures, and single-molecule magnets. 2) Advances in sample characterization techniques for nanomagnetism which allow detailed exploration of structure-property relationships in nanostructured magnetic systems. The volume highlights current trends in both fields and offers an outlook for further advances and new capabilities.

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