Structure, Magnetism and Dynamics of Nanostructured Materials : A Theoretical Investigation

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/6273
Title: Structure, Magnetism and Dynamics of Nanostructured Materials : A Theoretical Investigation
Author: Dennler, S.; Fromen, M.-C.; Casanove, M.-J.; Pastor, G.; Morillo, J.; Hafner, J.
Abstract: bimetallic nanoparticles ultrathin films nanostructures magnetism diffusion ab initio multiscale modeling atomic materials design computer experimentsThe presented work illustrates how modern atomistic modeling and simulation can supplement the experiments performed in the laboratory by helping to resolve and understand the experimental information, by predicting new phenomena and providing useful hints to guide the development of innovative materials with original, specifically tailored properties. This paper presents our recent theoretical work on nanostructured materials including i) magnetic alloyed CoRh nanoparticles that are good candidates to combine both a large magnetic moment and a high magnetic anisotropy, and ii) nanoscale Mn films adsorbed on W substrates as an example of artificial magnetic
Description: 116-120
Subject: bimetallic nanoparticles ultrathin films nanostructures magnetism diffusion ab initio multiscale modeling atomic materials design computer experiments
Publisher: TIMA Editions , Grenoble, France
Date: 2006

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