1st Edition

Fundamentals and Emerging Applications of Low Dimensional Magnets Two Volume Set

    680 Pages 255 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Volume I: A low-dimensional magnet is key to the next-generation of electronic devices. In some aspects, low dimensional magnets refer to nanostructured magnets or single-molecule magnets. They are widely used in biomedicine, technology, industries, and environmental remediation. Emerging Applications of Low Dimensional Magnets covers current state-of-the-art progress in ferromagnetic materials, experimental studies of nanomaterials-based spintronics, and directions for future approaches, applications, and devices. Experts from a variety of areas such as biomedical engineering, materials science, nanotechnology, and electronic engineering have contributed to this handbook making it the most up-to-date and interdisciplinary reference of its kind in the field of low dimensional magnets. Volume II: Low-dimensional magnetic materials find their wide applications in many areas, including spintronics, memory devices, catalysis, biomedical, sensors, electromagnetic shielding, aerospace, and energy. This book provides a comprehensive discussion on magnetic nanomaterials for emerging applications. Fundamentals along with applications of low-dimensional magnetic materials in spintronics, catalysis, memory, biomedicals, toxic waste removal, aerospace, telecommunications, batteries, supercapacitors, flexible electronics, and many more are covered in detail to provide a full spectrum of their advanced applications. This book offers fresh aspects of nanomagnetic materials and innovative directions to scientists, researchers, and students. It will be of particular interest to materials scientists, engineers, physicists, chemists, and researchers in electronic and spintronic industries, and is suitable as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate studies.



    1. Biomedicine

    2. Magnetic nanomaterials in catalysis

    3. Magnetic memory devices

    4. Spin transistors devices

    5. Spin torque devices

    6. Magnet design for magnetic refrigerator

    7. Magnets for accelerators

    8. Energy conversion devices

     9. Nanosensors

    10. Robotics

    11. Aerospace industry

    12. Toxic waste removal

    13. Telecommunication

    14. Electromagnetic shielding applications

    15. Microwave applications


    16. Toxicity/risk assessment of nanomagnets

    17. New approaches for thermally stable nanomagnets

    18. Future scope



    1. Magnetic nanomatrials in catalysis

    2. Recent Advances In The Catalytic Applications of Magnetic Nanomaterials

    3. Fabrication and characterisations of two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides for applications in nano devices and spintronics

    4. Spin Transistors: Different Geometries and their Applications

    5. Spin Transfer Torque for Universal Memory Applications

    6. Nanowire magnets

    7. Spin Torque Devices

    8. Nanosensors based on magnetic materials

    9. Role of magnetic nanomaterials in biomedicine

    10. Recent advances in Carbon based nanomaterials for spintronics

    11. Rare Earth Manganites and Related Multiferrocity

    12. Magnetic nanofillers-PVDF Composite Laminated Structures for Broad-Band Electromagnetic Shielding Applications

    13. Iron based materials to remove toxic waste from the environment

    14. Nanoferrite-based structural materials for aerospace vehicle radomes

    15. Miniaturization Techniques for Microstrip Patch Antenna for Telecommunication applications

    16. Applications of Magnetic Materials in Batteries

    17. Recent advancement in magnetic Materials for supercapacitor applications

    18. Magnetic Nanomaterials for Flexible Electronics


    Dr. Ram Gupta is an Associate Professor at Pittsburg State University. Dr. Gupta's research focuses on nanomagnetism, nanomaterials, green energy production and storage using conducting polymers and composites, electrocatalysts for fuel cells, optoelectronics and photovoltaics devices, organic-inorganic hetero-junctions for sensors, bio-based polymers, bio-compatible nanofibers for tissue regeneration, scaffold and antibacterial applications, bio-degradable metallic implants. Dr. Gupta published over 240 peer-reviewed articles, made over 300 national/international/ regional presentations, chaired many sessions at national/international meetings, edited/written several books/chapters for leading publishers. He has received over two and half million dollars for research and educational activities from external agencies. He is serving as Associate Editor, Guest editor, and editorial board member for various journals.

    Dr. Sanjay Mishra joined the Department of Physics at the University of Memphis in 1999. He has been consistently productive in research, instruction, and service to the University of Memphis (UoM) since 1999. Dr. Mishra initiated an active multidisciplinary research program in materials science at the UoM. Before receiving postdoctoral experience from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the University of California-Berkeley at the Advanced Light Source Synchrotron Facility, he received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Missouri-Rolla, MO, MS from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS, MSc. from the South Gujarat University, Surat, India, and Post Graduate Diploma in Space Sciences from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India. Dr. Mishra's research work focuses on magnetic nanomaterials and nanocomposites (exchange biased and exchange spring-nanocomposites), magnetic nanocomposites for drug delivery, carbon nanospheres as a template for the growth of nanostructures, nanorods for microwave devices, hard coating materials, bio implantable polymers, and solar energy-related materials.

    Dr. Tuan Anh Nguyen has completed his BSc in Physics from Hanoi University in 1992, and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Paris Diderot University (France) in 2003. He was a Visiting Scientist at Seoul National University (South Korea, 2004) and the University of Wollongong (Australia, 2005). He then worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate & Research Scientist at Montana State University (USA), 2006-2009. In 2012, he was appointed as Head of Microanalysis Department at the Institute for Tropical Technology (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology). He has managed 4 Ph.D. theses as thesis director and 3 are in progress; He is Editor-In-Chief of "Kenkyu Journal of Nanotechnology & Nanoscience" and Founding Co-Editor-In-Chief of "Current Nanotoxicity & Prevention". He is the author of 4 Vietnamese books and Editor of 32 Elsevier books in the Micro & Nano Technologies Series.