Magnetic Materials and Their Electronic and Thermokinetic Properties

A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Materials Science and Engineering".

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Joint Special Issue in /Magnetochemistry/: Magnetic Materials and Their Electronic and Thermokinetic Properties

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National Institute of Materials Physics (NIMP), Magnetism and Superconductivity Department, RO77125 Bucharest, Magurele, Romania
Interests: magnetic materials; thermal analysis; thermokinetic processes; crystallization mechanisms
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Multiple valence magnetic materials have been of interest in recent years, especially for their capacity to form diverse structures with various compositions showing a wide variety of properties. The key element of this Special Issue of Applied Sciences is to correlate the electronic properties (magnetic, oxygen ionic conductivity, electronic transport, and thermal expansion, even those potentially catalytic) of new multivalent magnetic materials processed by different routes with their structures, site occupation, valence, and spin states as well as the level of determined stoichiometry of new compounds. Using unconventional processing, as well as various substitutions involving different valence states, can generate new occupancy by pairs of ions and/or novel and unexpected behaviors which may have a strong impact on the development of modern materials. A major contribution to select the optimum conditions for synthesis will be provided by complex thermo-kinetic analysis. Information about optimal parameters (e.g., temperature, the reaction atmosphere, heating rate for an accurate processing reaction, activation energies, thermokinetic mechanisms) will be used to approach the problems of predictions and/or optimization of processing routes more in depth.

You may choose our Joint Special Issue in Magnetochemistry.

Dr. Cristina Bartha
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • Magnetic materials
  • Unconventional processing routes
  • Complex thermal and thermokinetic analysis
  • Mechanism of reactions
  • The correlation of electronic properties with synthesis conditions

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