Research and Markets: Ferroics and Multiferroics - 2012 Comprises Both Review Articles, and Research Papers on Various Themes; with Very Little Overlap

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Ferroics and Multiferroics" report to their offering.

Series: Solid State Phenomena, Volume 189

Special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only.

Multiferroics: that is, materials which simultaneously exhibit both ferromagnetism and ferroelectricity - and also often ferroelasticity - now attract considerable attention because of the interesting physics involved and their promise for important practical applications. Typical multiferroics belong to the perovskite group of transition metal oxides, and include rare-earth manganites and ferrites. Several new multiferroic systems have been developed, during recent years, which exhibit very strong coupling between the ferroelectric and magnetic degrees of freedom. The present volume comprises both review articles, and research papers on various themes; with very little overlap. The authors of the review papers have generally kept in mind the unfamiliarity, of the field of Ferroics and Multiferroics, to newcomers. They cover the historical development of the field, and add their own contributions.

Table of Contents (12 papers, 10 per page listed)

Multiferroic Memory: A Disruptive Technology or Future Technology?

Ashok Kumar, Nora Ortega, Sandra Dussan, Shalini Kumari, Dilsom Sanchez, James Scott, Ram Katiyar

Combining Magnetism and Ferroelectricity towards Multiferroicity

Dinesh Shukla, Nhalil E. Rajeevan, Ravi Kumar

Disordered Multiferroics

Wolfgang Kleemann

Intrinsic Free Electrons/Holes at Polarization Discontinuities and their Implications for Basics of Ferroelectricity and its Origin

Yukio Watanabe

Molecular Spintronics

Jatinder Yakhmi, Vaishali Bambole

Electromechanical Resonance in Magnetoelectric Composites: Direct and Inverse Effect

Mirza I. Bichurin, Vladimir M. Petrov, Roman V. Petrov, Shashank Priya

Recent Applications of Landau-Ginzburg Theory to Ferroelectric Superlattices: A Review

Khian Hooi Chew

Theoretical Study on the Phase Transition and the H/D Isotope Effect of Squaric Acid

Takayoshi Ishimoto, Masanori Tachikawa

Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Heusler Alloys

Vijay Srivastava, Kanwal Preet Bhatti

Y-Type Hexaferrites: Structural, Dielectric and Magnetic Properties

Rajshree B. Jotania, Hardev S. Virk

Dielectric Relaxation Phenomena in some Lead and Non-Lead Based Ferroelectric Relaxor Materials: Recent Advances

Parmendra Kumar Bajpai

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