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What does SD stand for?

SD stands for Spin Dynamics

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Among the areas studied are topological effects, advanced spectroscopy and scattering, phase change materials, scanning probe microscopy on oxides, logic devices and circuit design, neuromorphic concepts, valence change memories, magnetic interfaces and surfaces, spin dynamics, multiferroic thin films and heterostructures, interplay between strain and electronic structure in metal oxides, nanotechnological fabrication strategies, and carbon-based molecular systems.
Status Solidi B 2010, 247, 671) investigates the low-frequency spin dynamics and quantum critical behavior in the isotropic S=1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain system copper pyrazine dinitrate (CuPzN).
He and his contributors describe ferrous magnets, spin waves that play an important role in very small magnetic systems, magnetic sensors, magnetic nano-contacts, quantized models in lateral confinement, Brillouin light scattering studies of spin dynamics (in patterned nano-elements from a single layer to multilayered structures), non-uniform magnetization dynamics in ultra-small ferromagnetic planar elements, mode structures of ferromagnetic squares, spin waves in the inhomogeneous internal field of nano-structured rings, and localized spin wave modes excited by polarized current.
Some 120 papers look at spin polarized transport; spin dynamics, spin waves, and spin-wave resonance; spin reorientation phase transitions; spin-orbit and exchange interactions, magnetic anisotropy, and magneto-restriction; dynamics of domain structures and domain walls; magnetic nanostructure and films; magnetism and nanomaterials; low-dimensional magnetism; the magnetism of strongly correlated systems; magneto-transport and magneto-optics.