High magnetic fields : applications in condensed matter physics and spectroscopy / C. Berthier, L.P. Lévy, G. Martinez (eds.).Material type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics ; 595.Publication details: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2001. Description: 1 online resource (x, 493 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540456490; 354045649XSubject(s): Magnetic fields | Quantum Hall effect | Magnetic resonance | Condensed matter | Condensed matter | Magnetic fields | Magnetic resonance | Quantum Hall effectGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: High magnetic fields.DDC classification: 538/.3 LOC classification: QC754.2.M3 | H55 2001Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references.
Quantum Hall Effect: Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Electron Transport -- Theories of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect -- Magneto-Optics of Composite Fermions -- Stripe and Bubble Phases in Quantum Hall Systems -- Low Dimensional Magnets -- Frustrated Quantum Magnets -- NMR Studies of Low Dimensional Quantum Antiferromagnets -- Magnetized States of Quantum Spin Chains -- Electronic Phases of Low Dimensional Conductors -- Two Prototypes of One Dimensional Conductors -- Nucleation of Superconductivity in Low Dimensional Systems Under Magnetic Fields -- Superconductivity Under High Magnetic Fields in Low Dimensional Organic Salts -- Vortex Phases -- Colossal Magnetoresistive Oxides in High Magnetic Fields -- Half-Metallic Ferromagnets -- Electron-Electron Interactions Near the Metal-Insulator Transition -- Interference Effects in Disordered Insulators -- High Resolution Solid State NMR -- High Frequency EPR Spectroscopy -- Pulsed High Field/High Frequency EPR Spectroscopy.
The quantum Hall effect, low-dimensional systems, vortices and superconductivity, high-resolution NMR and EPR spectroscopy - all these and many other landmark contributions of high-magnetic-field physics to solid state science, analytical chemistry and structural biology are presented in this book. Each chapter describes the key concepts and future prospects in the corresponding field. The text can be read at different levels: researchers will find depth and insight, while students will come to understand the basic concepts. This book, written by leading scientists, will serve as a reference work on high-magnetic-field science for many years to come.