In this book, author Gary Wysin provides an overview of model systems and their behaviour and effects, and is intended for advanced students and researchers in physics, chemistry and engineering interested in confined magnetics. It is also suitable as an auxiliary text in a class on magnetism or solid state physics. Previous physics knowledge is expected, along with some basic knowledge of...
Handbook of Magnetic Materials, Volume 27, covers the expansion of magnetism over the last few decades and its applications in research, notably the magnetism of several classes of novel materials that share the presence of magnetic moments with truly ferromagnetic materials. The book is an ideal reference for scientists active in magnetism research, providing readers with novel trends and...
* Covers all key semiconductor devices with up-to-date information and easy-to-understand descriptions. Each chapter is presented in a logical manner enabling students to learn all important devices from a single source. * Covers historical developments of devices and technology in the last 100 years.
Dr. Akasofu explains the solar-driven electromagnetic forces that produce the phenomenon, concisely sums up the state of auroral science today, and ponders aspects of the aurora still not understood. Secrets of the Aurora Borealis tracks the evolution of auroral research and presents peoples fearful and poetic reactions to the lights, as well as early northern explorers awe-inspired descriptions.
In 1919, Nikola Tesla wrote several articles for the magazine "The Electrical Experimenter", a magazine for which he had previously written several articles. These new articles were autobiographical in nature, and have often been gathered together and published as his "autobiographical notes". This new edition has been re-edited, and illustrations which were not present in the original 1919...
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