1st Edition

Electronic Structure of Materials Challenges and Developments

By Natalia Chezhina, Dmitry Korolev Copyright 2019
    246 Pages
    by Jenny Stanford Publishing

    This book is a short survey of magnetochemistry as a promising method for revealing the electronic structure of inorganic substances, particularly solid oxide materials. It is supported by five chapters that describe materials with various structures and applications, showing how the method of magnetic dilution with the aid of other physical methods (electron spin resonance, magnetization, Raman and Mössbauer spectroscopy, and electrical conductivity), accompanied by thorough structural and quantum mechanical studies, may be used for describing the states of atoms and interatomic interactions in multicomponent oxide systems. The book will serve as a guide for researchers in the field of various oxide materials, since it shows the roots for selecting the best structures and qualitative and quantitative compositions of oxide materials on the basis of the knowledge about their electronic structure. It is devoted to some of the most popular structures of multicomponent oxides among modern materials—perovskites and pyrochlores—giving a unified approach to their chemical structure.

    Fundamentals of Magnetochemistry

    Natalia V. Chezhina and Dmitry A. Korolev

    Phase Composition and Magnetic Characteristics of Solid Solutions and Complex Oxides Based on Scandium Molybdate Sc2-2xGd2xMo3O12 (0 < x < 1)

    Dmitry A. Korolev and Mariia D. Sapova

    Problems of Electron Structure of Colossal Magnetoresistors

    Anna V. Fedorova and Natalia V. Chezhina

    Influence of the Nature of Dia- and Paramagnetic Elements on Electron Structure and Electrophysical Properties of Doped Lanthanum Gallate

    Dmitry A. Korolev and Natalia V. Chezhina

    Magnetic Behavior of Multicomponent Bismuth Niobates and Bismuth Titanates, with Pyrochlore and Layered Perovskite Structure

    Irina V. Piir et al.


    Natalia Chezhina, Dmitry Korolev