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Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films
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At present, the marketplace for professionals, researchers, and graduate students in solid-state physics and materials science lacks a book that presents a comprehensive discussion of ferroelectrics and related materials in a form that is suitable for experimentalists and engineers. This book proposes to present a wide coverage of domain-related issues concerning these materials. This coverage includes selected theoretical topics (which are covered in the existing literature) in addition to a plethora of experimental data which occupies over half of the book.The book presents experimental findings and theoretical understanding of ferroic (non-magnetic) domains developed during the past 60 years. It addresses the situation by looking specifically at bulk crystals and thin films, with a particular focus on recently-developed microelectronic applications and methods for observations of domains with techniques such as scanning force microscopy, polarized light microscopy, scanning optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and surface decorating techniques."Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" covers a large area of material properties and effects connected with static and dynamic properties of domains, which are extremely relevant to materials referred to as ferroics. In other textbooks on solid state physics, one large group of ferroics is customarily covered: those in which magnetic properties play a dominant role. Numerous books are specifically devoted to magnetic ferroics and cover a wide spectrum of magnetic domain phenomena. In contrast, "Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" concentrates on domain-related phenomena in nonmagnetic ferroics. These materials are still inadequately represented in solid state physics textbooks and monographs. Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films presents experimental findings and theoretical understanding of ferroic (non-magnetic) domains developed during the past 60 years. It addresses the situation by looking specifically at bulk crystals and thin films, with a particular focus on recently-developed microelectronic applications and methods for observation of domains with techniques such as scanning force microscopy, polarized light microscopy, scanning optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and surface decorating techniques.Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films covers a large area of material properties and effects connected with static and dynamic properties of domains, which are extremely relevant to materials referred to as ferroics. In most solid state physics books, one large group of ferroics is customarily covered: those in which magnetic properties play a dominant role. Numerous books are specifically devoted to magnetic ferroics and cover a wide spectrum of magnetic domain phenomena. In contrast, Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films concentrates on domain-related phenomena in nonmagnetic ferroics. These materials are still inadequately represented in solid state physics, and this volume fills that need.

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Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films
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At present, the marketplace for professionals, researchers, and graduate students in solid-state physics and materials science lacks a book that presents a comprehensive discussion of ferroelectrics and related materials in a form that is suitable for experimentalists and engineers. This book proposes to present a wide coverage of domain-related issues concerning these materials. This coverage includes selected theoretical topics (which are covered in the existing literature) in addition to a plethora of experimental data which occupies over half of the book.The book presents experimental findings and theoretical understanding of ferroic (non-magnetic) domains developed during the past 60 years. It addresses the situation by looking specifically at bulk crystals and thin films, with a particular focus on recently-developed microelectronic applications and methods for observations of domains with techniques such as scanning force microscopy, polarized light microscopy, scanning optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and surface decorating techniques."Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" covers a large area of material properties and effects connected with static and dynamic properties of domains, which are extremely relevant to materials referred to as ferroics. In other textbooks on solid state physics, one large group of ferroics is customarily covered: those in which magnetic properties play a dominant role. Numerous books are specifically devoted to magnetic ferroics and cover a wide spectrum of magnetic domain phenomena. In contrast, "Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" concentrates on domain-related phenomena in nonmagnetic ferroics. These materials are still inadequately represented in solid state physics textbooks and monographs.

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Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films
243,57 € *
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At present, the marketplace for professionals, researchers, and graduate students in solid-state physics and materials science lacks a book that presents a comprehensive discussion of ferroelectrics and related materials in a form that is suitable for experimentalists and engineers. This book proposes to present a wide coverage of domain-related issues concerning these materials. This coverage includes selected theoretical topics (which are covered in the existing literature) in addition to a plethora of experimental data which occupies over half of the book.The book presents experimental findings and theoretical understanding of ferroic (non-magnetic) domains developed during the past 60 years. It addresses the situation by looking specifically at bulk crystals and thin films, with a particular focus on recently-developed microelectronic applications and methods for observations of domains with techniques such as scanning force microscopy, polarized light microscopy, scanning optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and surface decorating techniques."Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" covers a large area of material properties and effects connected with static and dynamic properties of domains, which are extremely relevant to materials referred to as ferroics. In other textbooks on solid state physics, one large group of ferroics is customarily covered: those in which magnetic properties play a dominant role. Numerous books are specifically devoted to magnetic ferroics and cover a wide spectrum of magnetic domain phenomena. In contrast, "Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films" concentrates on domain-related phenomena in nonmagnetic ferroics. These materials are still inadequately represented in solid state physics textbooks and monographs.

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Tagantsev, Alexander K.: Domains in Ferroic Cry...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10.03.2010, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Domains in Ferroic Crystals and Thin Films, Autor: Tagantsev, Alexander K. // Cross, L. Eric // Fousek, Jan, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer US, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Magnet // physikalisch // Magnetismus // Arbeitsstoff // Material // Werkstoff // Elektrizität // Elektromagnetismus // Chemie // Physik // Physikalische Chemie // Oberfläche // Materialprüfung // Magnetismus und Elektromagnetismus // Werkstoffprüfung, Rubrik: Elektrizität // Magnetismus, Optik, Seiten: 822, Gewicht: 1374 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Diamagnetic domains in non-magnetic metals
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Diamagnetic domains called "Condon domains" are investigaited.The origin of these domains is Landau levels arising in a magnetic field and low temperatures in the perfect crystals leading to the de Haas-van Alphen (dHvA) effect and domains arising in non-magnetic metals. The differet methods were used. For the first time, by muons the domains were found in all measured metals, by micro-Hall probes domain sructutr was detected on silver, magnetostriction was measured in beryllium, hysteresis was observed in dHvA effect and experimental phase diagram of the Condon domain state are determined for silver and beryllium.

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Diamagnetic domains in non-magnetic metals
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Diamagnetic domains called "Condon domains" are investigaited.The origin of these domains is Landau levels arising in a magnetic field and low temperatures in the perfect crystals leading to the de Haas-van Alphen (dHvA) effect and domains arising in non-magnetic metals. The differet methods were used. For the first time, by muons the domains were found in all measured metals, by micro-Hall probes domain sructutr was detected on silver, magnetostriction was measured in beryllium, hysteresis was observed in dHvA effect and experimental phase diagram of the Condon domain state are determined for silver and beryllium.

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Crystallization of Polypeptides in Thin Films: ...
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In This work, I have shown the process of nucleation and growth of large scale PBLG birefringent crystals from semidilute thin film solutions. In solution, these birefringent objects show a single domain structure and are assumed to be in a hexagonal columnar liquid crystalline state. After drying, this single domain splits up into multiple almost parallel domains, each consisting of perfectly aligned parallel stripes. Between adjacent domains, the orientation of the stripes conjointly changed by a certain kink angle with respect to each other. Scattering experiments indicate a pseudo-hexagonal internal order within these domains, quite consistent with previous observations for bulk samples. Furthermore, I have correlated the optical anisotropy of the crystals with the orientation of the PBLG helix axis. The helix axis of PBLG was found to be parallel to the stripes of each domain. The formation of zig-zag patterns, often observed in hexagonal columnar liquid crystals, is proposed to be a result of a mechanical instability, caused by the increase of the lateral packing density during the process of drying, and a corresponding net dilative strain perpendicular to the columns.

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Crystallization of Polypeptides in Thin Films: ...
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In This work, I have shown the process of nucleation and growth of large scale PBLG birefringent crystals from semidilute thin film solutions. In solution, these birefringent objects show a single domain structure and are assumed to be in a hexagonal columnar liquid crystalline state. After drying, this single domain splits up into multiple almost parallel domains, each consisting of perfectly aligned parallel stripes. Between adjacent domains, the orientation of the stripes conjointly changed by a certain kink angle with respect to each other. Scattering experiments indicate a pseudo-hexagonal internal order within these domains, quite consistent with previous observations for bulk samples. Furthermore, I have correlated the optical anisotropy of the crystals with the orientation of the PBLG helix axis. The helix axis of PBLG was found to be parallel to the stripes of each domain. The formation of zig-zag patterns, often observed in hexagonal columnar liquid crystals, is proposed to be a result of a mechanical instability, caused by the increase of the lateral packing density during the process of drying, and a corresponding net dilative strain perpendicular to the columns.

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Domain Engineering and Enhancement of Piezoelec...
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Relaxor-based ferroelectric single crystal solid solution (1-x) Pb (Zn1/3Nb2/3) O3-xPbTiO3, abbreviated (1-x) PZN-x PT, binary system with compositions near a morphotropic phase boundary (MPB) have attracted much attention for applications in high performance actuator, non-destructive testing and ultrasonic devices, making use of its superior piezoelectric properties . 0.91Pb (Zn1/3Nb2/3) O3-0.09PbTiO3 (91PZN-9PT) single crystal exhibits excellent piezoelectric constant (d33~2500pC/N) and high electromechanical coupling coefficient (k33~94%) in the rhombohedral(R) phase in engineered domain state. A pure compound, lead titanate, can display a MPB under pressure.The electric field-induced domain wall movement and the high-density domain walls associated with the nanotwin related domains to have a significant contribution to the superior piezoelectric properties near the MPB. In this book, the electric field-induced switching of nanotwin related domains was investigated in 91PZN-9PT single crystals by scanning force microscopy in the piezoresponse mode (PFM).

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