Electronic and Magnetic Materials

Electronic Materials are materials studied and used principally for his or her electrical properties. The electrical response of materials mostly stems from the dynamics of electrons, and their interaction with atoms and molecules. a material will be classified as a conductor, semiconductor or material consistent with its response to associate degree external force field. Magnetic Materials is classified as belonging to at least one of 3 classes, counting on their magnetic properties. Paramagnetic and Ferromagnetic materials are those manufactured from atoms that have permanent magnetic moments. Diamagnetic materials are those manufactured from atoms that don't have permanent magnetic moments. Magnets can powerfully attract ferromagnetic materials, infirm attract paramagnetic materials, and infirm repel diamagnetic materials. Ferromagnetic materials have the most magnetic uses. The most sensible use for diamagnetic materials is in magnetic levitation.

  • Electronic Packaging
  • Superconductivity
  • Conventional Superconductor
  • High-temperature Superconductivity
  • Rapidly Solidified Magnetic Nano-Wires and Sub-Micron Wires
  • Fe-Al Alloys Magnetism
  • Magneto Photonic Crystals
  • M-Type Barium Hexagonal Ferrite Films
  • Multiferroic Nano-Particles
  • Magnetic Measurements

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