Magnetic Oxides and Composites, color print, eBook PDF


The book focuses on the relevant basic concepts of Magnetic oxides, as well as on synthesis routes and important applications of spinel ferrites, hexaferrites and magnetic oxide nanomaterials.

Magnetic Oxides and Composites
Eds. Rajshree B. Jotania and Sami H. Mahmood
Materials Research Foundations Volume 31
Publication Date 2018, 274 Pages
Print ISBN  9781945291685 (release date May 10th, 2018)
ePDF ISBN 9781945291692
DOI: 10.21741/9781945291692

Magnetic oxides, their composites and nanoparticles are uniquely suited for a wide variety of applications in new technologies, including device miniaturization, power efficiency improvement and health sector innovations. The interest in these materials is due to such properties as high resistivity, low dielectric and magnetic losses, good corrosion resistance and favorable mechanical characteristics. The book focuses on the relevant basic concepts, as well as on synthesis routes and important applications of spinel ferrites, hexaferrites and magnetic oxide nanomaterials.

Magnetic Oxides, Spinel Ferrites, Hexaferrites, Magnetoelectric Ceramic Composites, Soft Ferrites, Nano-Size Spinel Ferrites, Magnetic Nanoparticles, Device Miniaturization

Table of Contents

Synthesis and Characterisation of Magnetoelectric Ceramic Composites based on M-type Strontium and Barium Hexagonal Ferrites and Barium Titanate
M.S.A. Medeiros, J.S. Amaral, R.C. Pullar

Tuning the Magnetic Properties of M-type Hexaferrites
S.H. Mahmood, I. Bsoul

Influence of (Glycine/Nitrate) Ratio on Structural and the Magnetic Properties of Gd3Fe5O12
S.I. El-Dek, S.F. Mansour, N. Okasha, M.A. Ahmed

Structural and Magnetic Properties of Vanadium Substituted SrM and Europium Substituted BaM Hexaferrites
S.H. Mahmood, A.M. Awadallah, I. Bsoul, Y. Maswadeh

Synthesis and Investigation of Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Cobalt Substituted Lithium Nano Ferrites
G. Aravind, M. Raghasudha, D. Ravinder, P. Veerasomaiah

Influence of an Anionic Surfactant Addition on the Structural, Microstructural, Magnetic and Dielectric Properties of Strontium-Copper Hexaferrites
R.A. Nandotaria, R.B. Jotania, C.S. Sandhu, S.E. Shirsath, K.M. Batoo

Magnetic Nanoparticles: Fabrication, Properties and Applications
B.P. Rao, M. Abbas

Structural, Magnetic and Dielectric Properties of Aluminum Cobalt Substituted M-type Strontium Hexaferrites
C.C. Chauhan, R.B. Jotania, C.S. Sandhu

Soft Ferrite: A Brief Review on Structural, Magnetic Behavior of Nanosize Spinel Ferrites
N.N. Sarkar, K.G. Rewatkar, V.M. Nanoti, N.T. Tayade

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About the Editors

Prof. Rajshree B. Jotania

Dr. Rajshree B. Jotania is a professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Electronics and space science, University School of Sciences at Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India. She obtained her B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D from Saurashtra University, Rajkot, India.  She was Junior Research Fellow (DAE-BRNS project) during 1987 to 1989 at Physics Department, Saurashtra University, Rajkot, India. She obtained a few regional, and national awards for contribution toward scientific research. She worked at National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India for two months as a Summer Visiting Teacher Fellow in 2005 and as a Visiting Scientist fellow in 2011. She possesses total  28 years of teaching experience at UG and PG level. She is a member of Board of studies at few Universities of Gujarat, India and a Mentor of DST-INSPIRE (Department of Science and Technology- Innovation   in   Science   Pursuit for   Inspired   Research) program. She has published more than 80 papers in various research journals and conference proceedings. She has delivered more than 20 invited talks at various DST-INSPIRE Internship science camp in India. She has edited two books entitled ‘Ferrites and ceramic composites’ (Vol. I & II, Trans Tech Publisher, Switzerland).  She has visited Singapore, Malaysia and New York for presenting Research work. She has attended more than 40 international, national conferences/symposiums/seminars/ academy meeting and worked as a chair person in a few international and national conferences. She possesses a life membership of eight professional bodies and she has guided four Ph. D, eight M. Phil students. To date she has completed five research projects of various agencies.

Prof. Sami H. Mahmood

Currently, Professor Sami Mahmood is a professor of Physics, and Dean of School of Science at the University of Jordan, Amman. He obtained his B.Sc. in Physics from The University of Jordan, Amman in 1978, and Ph.D in Physics from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan in 1986. He assumed several administrative positions at different Jordanian Universities such as Director of the Center for Theoretical and Applied Physical Sciences (1992-1994), Chairman of Physics (1996-1998), Dean of Science (1998-2004), Dean of Scientific Research and Graduate Studies (2007-2009), Director of the Center of Accreditation and Quality Assurance, and Vice President (2004-2005). He obtained several national, regional and international Awards and Honors for Academic excellence and contribution to science. To date he has published over 100 articles in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings. Other academic and scientific activities included membership in the editorial boards of several national and international research journals, participation and management of nationally and internationally funded projects concerned with the establishment of new academic programs, capacity building, and program development, in addition to his active participation in scientific committees and councils of Scientific Research Funds in Jordan, and organization of national and international conferences.