Magnetism in Carbon Nanostructures

Magnetism in Carbon Nanostructures

Hagelberg, Frank (East Tennessee State University)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Magnetism in carbon nanostructures is a rapidly expanding field of current materials science. This comprehensive survey of the subject provides an in-depth understanding of both the fundamental nature of the topic, as well as its groundbreaking nanotechnological applications, of interest to anyone studying or working in the field.
Preface; 1. Magnetic carbon nanostructures; Part I. Theories and Methods: 2. Basic notions of magnetism; 3. The tools: computational and experimental techniques; Part II. Carbon and its Nanoscale Allotropes: 4. Graphene; 5. Carbon nanotubes; 6. Fullerenes; Part III. Spin Effects in Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes: 7. Magnetic textures at edges and defect sites; 8. Spin-orbit coupling in carbon nanostructures; Part IV. Transport Phenomena: 9. Elements of spintronics; 10. Spin transport in carbon nanostructures; 11. Magnetotransport; Part V. Composite Materials: 12. Impurities; 13. Networks of carbon clusters; 14. Medical applications; Afterword; References; Index.
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