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Arranged in plenary and oral session, young scientists session, and poster session, the 99 papers consider such topics as nanostructured and modulated low-dimensional systems, the microstructure and texture evolution in a cold-rolled high-manganese steel with microadditions of titanium and niobium, two methods of studying the structure perfection of single-crystal nickel-based superalloys, optical and scanning electron microscope studies of recycled aluminum-silicon cast alloys, a magnetic force microscopy study of magnetic domain structure in maraging steel, and changes in the structure of palladium nanograins in carbon film under the influence of hydrogen.
The second edition of this textbook on magnetism for engineering, computer science and physics students has finally been updated more than 30 years after the original volume was published and includes new information on magnetic force microscopy, magnetic behaviors in superconductors, the use of magnetic materials in computers and a discussion of rare-earth magnets.
Applications are found in magnetic force microscopy (MFM), conductance and those where the sample has a dependence on the applied field.