By M.D. Glinchuk, A.V. Ragulya, Vladimir A. Stephanovich (auth.)
This ebook covers the actual houses of nanosized ferroics, also referred to as nanoferroics. Nanoferroics are a major type of ceramic fabrics that alternative traditional ceramic ferroics in smooth digital units. They contain ferroelectric, ferroelastic, magnetic and multiferroic nanostructured fabrics. The section transitions and homes of those nanostructured ferroics are strongly suffering from the geometric confinement originating from surfaces and interfaces. to that end, those fabrics convey a habit varied from the corresponding bulk crystalline, ceramic and powder ferroics. This monograph bargains entire insurance of dimension- and shape-dependent results on the nanoscale; the categorical homes that those fabrics were proven to convey; the theoretical ways which were winning in describing the size-dependent results saw experimentally; and the technological points of many chemical and physico-chemical nanofabrication tools suitable to creating nanoferroic fabrics and composites. The e-book could be of curiosity to an viewers of condensed subject physicists, fabric scientists and engineers, engaged on ferroic nanostructured fabrics, their basics, fabrication and machine applications.
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Nanoferroics by M.D. Glinchuk, A.V. Ragulya, Vladimir A. Stephanovich (auth.)