1st Edition

Modern Magnetic Materials Properties and Applications

Edited By Iuliana Stoica, Ann Rose Abraham, A. K. Haghi Copyright 2024
    346 Pages 13 Color & 86 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    346 Pages 13 Color & 86 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    This new book introduces a range of advanced topics in physics and magnetic materials science, covering basic physical concepts, experimental methods, and applications. Focusing on state-ofthe-art magnetic materials, the volume discusses advanced treatment of materials that can hold a magnetic field and describes recent research developments in fabrication, characterization, applications, and more. It includes several novel case studies that illustrate the large diversity of technical applications and that demonstrate the benefits of the different processing methods for the development of magnetic materials and their properties with optimized applications.

    1. Explanations of Mesoparticles’ Magnetic Properties Changes during Red-Ox Processes and the Polarization Influence at the Polymeric Compositions Modification by Mesoparticles.

    V. I. Kodolov and V. V. Kodolova-Chukhontzeva V.V.

    2. X-Ray Photoelectron Study of the Formation of the Chemical Bond and the Atomic Magnetic Moment in Nickel-Carbon Nanocomposites Modified by D-Metal Oxides

    N. S. Terebovaa, V. I. Kodolovb, and I. N. Shabanovaa

    3. Redox Synthesis of Metal/Carbon Mesocomposites in Nanosized Reactors of Polymeric Matrices

    V. V. Kodolova–Chukhontzeva and V. I. Kodolov

    4. Mechanochemical Modification of Metal Carbon Mesocomposites

    V. I. Kodolov, V. V. Trineeva, R. V. Mustakimov, N. S. Terebova, T. M. Makhneva, and I. N. Shabanova

    5. Investigation of Copper/Carbon Nanocomposites Modified with Phosphorus-Containing Groups as Inhibiting Additives in Mineral Oil

    I. N. Shabanova, S. M. Reshetnikov, V. I. Kodolov, N. S. Terebova, R. V. Mustakimov, F. F. Chausov, and S. G. Bystrov

    6. Investigation of the Formation of the Electron Structure of Metallocarbonic Nanoforms

    I. N. Shabanova, V. I. Kodolov, and N. S. Terebovaa

    7. Dependence of the Value of the Atomic Magnetic Moment of D–Metals on the Chemical Structure of Nanoforms

    I. N. Shabanova, N. S. Terebova, and V. I. Kodolov

    8. How the Mesoscopic Physics Explains the Red Ox Synthesis of Metal Carbon Mesocomposites Within Polymeric Matrices Mesoreactors

    V. I. Kodolov and V. V. Kodolova-Chukhontzeva

    9. Metal Carbon Mesocomposites Application Possibilities as Magnetic Mesoscopic Materials

    V. I. Kodolov, V. V. Kodolova-Chukhontzeva, Yu. V. Pershin, and R. V. Mustakimov

    10. Epoxy Composites with 5 Wt.% Nanodispersed Magnetites and Ferroxides: Strength, Heat Resistance, Morphology

    D. Starokadomsky, M. Reshetnyk, and A. Starokadomska

    11. Magnetic Particles and Their Role in Polymer Composites: From Molecular Modeling to Applications

    Raluca Marinica Albu

    12. Magnetism Towards Smart Materials

    V. N. Archana, N. G. Divya, and Benedict Reyha

    13. Magnetic Nanoparticles in Biomedical Applications

    Namitha Binu, Ruby Varghese, and Yogesh B. Dalvi

    14. A Technical Note on Metal Carbon Mesocomposites’ Magnetic Characteristics Growth

    V. I. Kodolov and V. V. Kodolova-Chukhotzeva

    15. Synthesis and Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles: A Review

    Vandana Chauhan, Rajpreet Kaur, Anita Gupta, and Poonam Khullar

    16. Electrospinning Technique and Magnetic Nanofibres

    Roop Varghese Rubert, Maria Mathew, and Rony Rajan Paul

    17. Magnetic Polymer Composites and Their Role in Engineering Applications

    Simona Luminita Nica


    Iuliana Stoica, PhD, is a Scientific Researcher in Physics at the Romanian Academy, “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Department of Physical Chemistry of Polymers. Her area of scientific activity is focused on characterization of a wide range of polymers, copolymers, polymeric composites, and polymeric mixtures. She has been an author or coauthor for over 115 papers in peer-reviewed ISI journals. She has edited books and contributed book chapters on polymer and materials science. She has also been a member of the organizing and program committees of several scientific conferences.

    Ann Rose Abraham, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics, Sacred Heart College (Autonomous), Thevara, Kochi, Kerala, India. Her expertise is in condensed matter physics, nanomagnetism, multiferroics and polymeric nanocomposites, etc. She has done research at Bose Institute, Kolkata, India; SAHA Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India; and UGC-DAE CSR Centre, Kolkata, India; and she has collaborated with various international laboratories. Dr. Abraham is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences. She has published many research papers, books, and book chapters.

    A. K. Haghi, PhD, has published over 250 academic research-oriented books as well as over 1000 research papers published in various journals and conference proceedings. He has received several grants, consulted for several major corporations, and is a frequent speaker to national and international audiences. He is Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Chemoinformatics and Chemical Engineering and Polymers Research Journal. He has served as a member of the Canadian Research and Development Center of Sciences and Cultures and the Research Chemistry Centre, Coimbra, Portugal.