Volume 134 2003

Magnetism in the Solid State

An Introduction

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ISBN: 978-3-540-29384-2 (Print) 978-3-540-30981-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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    Pages 1-11

    A Historical Introduction

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    Pages 13-23

    Consequences of Fermi Statistics

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    Pages 25-30

    Paramagnetism

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    Pages 31-36

    Energy Bands in the Crystal

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    Pages 37-52

    Experimental Basis of Ferromagnetism

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    Pages 53-61

    Weiss Molecular Field Model

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    Pages 63-74

    Heisenberg Model

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    Pages 75-91

    Itinerant Electrons at 0 K

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    Pages 93-100

    Band Gap Theory of Strong Ferromagnetism

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    Pages 101-115

    Magnetism and the Crystal Structure — Covalent Magnetism

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    Pages 117-121

    Magnetic Impurities in an Electron Gas

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    Pages 123-134

    Itinerant Electrons at T > 0: A Historical Survey

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    Pages 135-138

    Hubbard Model

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    Pages 139-145

    Landau Theory for the Stoner Model

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    Pages 147-149

    Coupling Between Itinerant and Localized Moments

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    Pages 151-160

    Origin of the Molecular Field

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    Pages 161-167

    Exchange and Correlation in Metals

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    Pages 169-183

    Spin Fluctuations

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    Pages 185-189

    Single Particle Excitations Versus Spin Waves

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    Pages 191-198

    Landau-Ginzburg Model for Spin Fluctuations

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