One of the world's foremost authorities on magnetism, Professor Louis Neel was the recipient of the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics. With all but ten of Neel's 150 original papers being written in French, the aim of this English edition is to bring this important work to a wider readership.
Table of Contents
Preface to the English Edition, Preface to the French Edition, Louis Néel - Chronology, I General theory of magnetism, II Ferrimagnetism, III Antiferromagnetism, IV Magnetic interactions and their variations, V Approach to saturation in ferromagnets, VI Elementary domains; phases and modes, VII Bloch and Neel walls, VIII Weak fields and anhysteretic magnetization, IX Coercive force; magnets, X Random fields; reptation and tilting, XI Magnetic after-effects, XII Directional order; irradiation, XIII Rocks and baked clays, XIV Surface problems, XV Antiferromagnetic hysteresis, XVI Apparatus and Techniques, XVII Experimental work, Index
NICHOLAS KURTI, Department of Engineering Science University of Oxford, U.K.