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Colossal Magnetoresistance Materials and Other Magnetic Semiconductors

by Eduard L. Nagaev

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Published by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solid State Physics,
  • Science,
  • Magnetoresistance,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - General,
  • Magnetism,
  • Physics,
  • Magnetic semiconductors,
  • Manganite

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8628022M
    ISBN 101860942954
    ISBN 109781860942952

    and the relative direction ofthe magnetic field with respect to the current. Four distinct types of magnetoresistance will be reviewed here: ordinary magnetoresistance, anisotropic magnetoresistance, giant magnetoresistance, and colossal magnetoresistance. The materials and mechanisms for these four types ofmagnetoresistance are distinctly File Size: KB. Colossal Magnetoresistance Magnetoresistance is the relative change in electrical resistance of a material on the application of magnetic field. The magnetoresistance of conventional materials is quite small; but materials with large magnetoresistance have been synthesized now. Depending on the magnitude, it is called either as Giant.

      Giant magnetoresistance indicates a large change in the electrical resistance with the application of a small magnetic field. This effect can be used to detect the presence of . The colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) of hole doped manganites [] [x]Mn[3], with RE = La, Nd, and Pr and A = Ba, Sr, Ca, and Pb, is promising magnetoresistance materials in which the change of resistivity by applying magnetic field is so large that this effect is described as colossal.

    magnetoresistance phenomena in magnetic materials and devices constanta, european school on magnetism introduction to magnetoresistance (mr)-lorentz mr (lmr), anisotropic mr (amr), hall effect (ohe, ehe)-spin-disorder mr (sdmr) and colossal mr (cmr)-giant mr (gmr)-tunnel mr (tmr)-perspectives. The other components of magnetic hard disks Write heads Read heads Magnetoresistance – general Magnetoresistance in normal metals Magnetoresistance in ferromagnetic metals Colossal magnetoresistance Future of magnetic data storage Homework File Size: 87KB.


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Colossal Magnetoresistance Materials and Other Magnetic Semiconductors by Eduard L. Nagaev Download PDF EPUB FB2

Colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) is a property of some materials, mostly manganese-based perovskite oxides, that enables them to dramatically change their electrical resistance in the presence of a magnetic magnetoresistance of conventional materials enables changes in resistance of up to 5%, but materials Colossal Magnetoresistance Materials and Other Magnetic Semiconductors book CMR may demonstrate resistance changes by orders of magnitude.

Buy Colossal Magnetoresistance and Phase Separation in Magnetic Semiconductors on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Colossal Magnetoresistance and Phase Separation in Magnetic Semiconductors: Eduard L. Nagaev, E.L.

Nagaev: : BooksCited by: Colossal magnetoresistance [–] is a property of some materials, mostly manganese-based perovskite oxides, that enables them to dramatically change their electrical resistance in the presence of a magnetic field.

The magnetoresistance of conventional materials enables changes in resistance of up to 5%, but materials featuring CMR may. Magnetoresistance is the tendency of a material (often ferromagnetic) to change the value of its electrical resistance in an externally-applied magnetic are a variety of effects that can be called magnetoresistance.

Some occur in bulk non-magnetic metals and semiconductors, such as geometrical magnetoresistance, Shubnikov de Haas oscillations, or the common positive. In addition, magnetic semiconductors are basic materials for high-temperature conductors, and it is impossible to construct a theory of the latter without elucidating properties of the former.

This book presents theoretical and experimental results on manganites and conventional magnetic semiconductors, with emphasis on the former. A number of exotic properties were observed in these magnetic semiconductors, such as colossal magnetoresistance (MR) and magneto-optical properties, originating from the interplay between ferromagnetism and semiconducting properties [1–3].

Although these ferromagnetic semiconductors inspired new concepts using semiconductors with utilizing. Get this from a library. Colossal magnetoresistance and phase separation in magnetic semiconductors. [Ėduard Leonovich Nagaev] -- Colossal magnetoresistance materials, to which manganites and conventional ferromagnetic semiconductors belong, draw great attention because of their intriguing physical properties and the excellent.

Colossal magnetoresistance definition is - an extreme change in electrical resistance (as of a conductive material) due to the presence of an applied magnetic field. How to use colossal magnetoresistance in a sentence. Colossal magnetoresistance Figure 1. Schematic structures of the Ruddelsden–Popper series of layered compounds.

Here n is the number of connected layers of vertex-sharing MnO6 octahedra. For nD1, the structure is that of K2NiF4 and nD2 is the bilayer structure (both have tetragonal space groups I4=mmm, ZD2), and nD1the distorted perovskite structure (rhombohedral space group (R3Nc;ZD2)).

In certain materials, the application of a 7 T magnetic field can result in a 13 order of magnitude decrease in the electrical resistivity (“turning wood into silver”) Issues in colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) manganese oxides: – The effect of oxidation state in Ln 1 xA MnO 3 where Ln is a trivalent rare-earth (Ln = La, Pr, NdFile Size: KB.

The transfer of g electron from Mne 3+ to Mn4+ is the basic mechanism of electrical conduction in manganites, governed by double exchange (DE) interaction (the simultaneous jump of s the e g electron of Mn3+ to the O p-orbital and the electron with same spin from the O p-orbital to the empty g orbital of Mne 4+) leading to a FM state.

At room temperature and in a magnetic field of ∼55 kOe, Ag2+δSe and Ag2+δTe show resistance increases of up to %, which are comparable with the colossal-magnetoresistance materials. The discovery [] of "Colossal Magneto Resistance"(CMR) in pervoskite– based Rare earth Manganates is a spectacular example of strong interplay between itinerant carriers and localized magnetic moments.

This discovery generated wide interest in these materials from the prospect of their technological applications in general and in magneticFile Size: KB.

This book discusses high-density magnetic recording which continues to be one of the fastest growing and rapidly improving technologies in the computer industry, due in great part to an improved understanding of both magnetic materials for heads and media.

Abstract: Colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) and related properties of perovskite manganates of the general formula Ln 1− x A x MnO 3 (Ln = rare-earth; A = divalent ion) are discussed in manganates are ferromagnetic at or above a certain value of x (or Mn 4+ content) and become metallic at temperatures below the curie temperature, T behavior is commonly attributed to double.

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Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) is a quantum mechanical magnetoresistance effect observed in multilayers composed of alternating ferromagnetic and non-magnetic conductive layers.

The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Albert Fert and Peter Grünberg for the discovery of GMR. The effect is observed as a significant change in the electrical resistance depending on whether the. A new method is described for attaining high magnetoresistance in inhomogeneous magnetic materials, which makes use of the formation of a depleted layer and a contact potential difference at the interface separating two semiconductors with different Fermi levels and the magnetic-field-induced variation in the contact potential difference and thickness of the interface by: 9.

the term ‘colossal magnetoresistance’ [30] to draw a distinction between these oxides and the magnetoresistance found in ‘giant magnetoresistance’ (GMR) materials [1]. The latter. Colossal magnetoresistance 1 —an unusually large change of resistivity observed in certain materials following application of magnetic field—has been extensively researched in Cited by:.

Magnetic Semiconductors Strong magnetooptical effect allows the material to be used in optical modulators. Their Faraday rotation can be up to six orders of magnitude higher than that of nonmagnetic semi-conductors. Magnetic field can also be used to cause the metal to semiconductor transition, a phenomenon also called colossal Size: 6MB.At room temperature and in a magnetic field of ~55kOe, Ag2+deltaSe and Ag2+deltaTe show resistance increases of up to %, which are comparable with the colossal-magnetoresistance materials.Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN and (04/08/) Colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) effect was discovered among the manganese oxide class of materials, i.e.

La1−xCaxMnO3. It shows large magnetoresistance by orders of magnitude, however several environmentalFile Size: 2MB.