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Direct Measurement of Itinerant Magnetism & Interface States in Semiconductors using Time-varying Magnetic Fields
Magnetism in a solid | dia, para, ferro, or of other forms | originates majorly from its electrons; one could, infact, ignore the nuclear contribution. There are two types of electrons in a solid: bound, and free (also ...
Magnetic and Magnetotransport Studies in Transition Metal Oxides : Role of Competing Interactions
There was a fame time for silicon in condensed matter physics, then the graphene era came and now topological insulators are gaining lot of attention, but magnetism in condensed matter physics has remained always fascinating ...
Effects Of Disorder On Physical Properties Of Selected Transition Metal Oxides
Disorder in materials often brings in new and exotic physical properties along with it. It is thus very important to study different kinds of disorder and their implications on various material properties. In this thesis, ...
On The Magnetic And Magnetotransport Studies Of Cobaltates And Superconductor/ Ferromagnet Heterostructures
The study of the co-existence of singlet superconductivity and ferromagnetism in bulk materials has been a long standing and intriguing problem in condensed matter physics since the superconductivity and ferromagnetism are ...