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Written by way of major specialists within the box of band-ferromagnetism, this publication is meant to offer a standing document on our realizing of this advanced and engaging challenge of reliable kingdom physics. sleek advancements are awarded and defined in an academic kind, emphasizing the decisive rules and the recent subject matters of present and destiny learn on band-ferromagnetism. The authors contain experimentalists and theoreticians engaged on assorted points of magnetism and utilising numerous recommendations. particularly, they deal with the next 5 imperative issues: Ground-State homes, Finite-Temperature digital constitution, types of Band-Ferromagnetism, Low-Dimensional structures, knowing Spectroscopies. The booklet might be of profit to scholars and researchers alike.

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3. 4 we show for Ni/Cu(001) that the experimentally determined K follows exactly the linear dependence of K ∝ 1/d. To our experience this is the most sensitive method to determine real pseudomorphic growth. For Ni/Cu(001) we have found that Ni grows pseudomorphically in a fct structure up to d ≈ 15 ML. For thicker films with d ≥ 20 ML the system relaxes (producing misfit dislocations) into its original bulk fcc structure, while the MAE decreases again to K → 0. Performing experiments for various thicknesses in the range of 2 − 10 ML one also changes the Curie temperature of the ferromagnet due to finite size effects.

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