Materialwiss. Master Wintersemester 2003/2004
06342 Magnetismus I [WPV]
Dozent Krimmel
Dauer 3 SWS
Studiensemester 1
Schein Ja (unbenotet)
Termin 403/Süd, Termin nach Vereinbarung
Beginn 22.10.2004
Inhalt Magnetic properties of materials are known since antiquity and the study of magnetic phenomena has been continued ever since. Nowadays, magnetism is one of the central subjects in modern solid state physics. This lecture will give a general introduction to the priciples of magnetism and the resulting magnetic properties of materials. Classical and advanced technological applications will be discussed. Furthermore, current problems of magnetism and ongoing research activities will be presented that might be continued in form of diploma or PhD thesis. The lecture is accompanied by an exercise course.

I. Introduction and Overview
II. Magnetic Moments, Classical and Quantum Phenomenology
III. Exchange Interactions and Molecular Field Theory
IV. Magnetic Anisotropy and Magnetoelastic Effects
V. Magnetic Domains and Domain Walls
VI. Magnetization Process and Microstructural Effects
VII. Magnetic Materials: Hard, Soft and Amorphous Materials
VIII.Surface and Thin Film Magnetism
IX. Magnetic Recording
X. Further Applications
XI. Current Problems in Magnetism

Vorkenntnisse Solid State Physics, Fundamentals of Quantum Mechanics
Literatur Martin: Magnetism in Solids; Goodenough: Magnetism and the Chemical Bond; Cox: Transition Metal Oxides; Mattis: The Theory of Magnetism; R.M. White:Quantum Theory of Magnetism; Kittel: Solid State Physics
Weitere Informationen Termin:
Mo 12:30-14:00, Raum 403/Süd
Mi 9:00-10:30, Raum 403/Süd