The book includes all main physical properties of d- and f-transition-metal systems and corresponding theoretical concepts. Special attention is paid to the theory of magnetism and transport phenomena. Some examples of non-traditional questions which are treated in detail in the book: the influence of density of states singularities on electron properties; many-electron description of strong itinerant magnetism; mechanisms of magnetic anisotropy; microscopic theory of anomalous transport phenomena in ferromagnets. Besides considering classical problems of solid state physics as applied to transition metals, modern developments in the theory of correlation effects in d- and f-compounds are considered within many-electron models. The book contains, where possible, a simple physical discussion. More difficult questions are considered in Appendices.

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The book includes all main physical properties of d- and . Besides considering classical problems of solid state physics as applied to transition metals, modern developments in the theory of correlation effects in d- and f-compounds are considered within many-electron models.

The book includes all main physical properties of d- and f-transition-metal systems and corresponding theoretical concepts . The book contains, where possible, a simple physical discussion. More difficult questions are considered in Appendices. Special attention is paid to the theory of magnetism and transport phenomena.

Electronic structure, correlation effects and physical . The book contains, where possible, a simple physical discussion of a num-ber of problems.

Electronic structure, correlation effects and physical properties of d- and f-transition metals and their. At the same time, we use widely in last three Chapters such methods of theoretical physics as the second quantization, atomic representa-tion, Green’s function approach. These methods permit to apply microscopic many-electron models which describe systems with strong interelectron corre-lations.

Valentin Yu. Irkhin was born in 1960 in Sverdlovsk (now Ekaterinburg), USSR.

A chapter is devoted to thermodynamical properties of TM cohesive energy and related properties, stability of crystal structures, and specific heat, electronic contributions. The chapter on magnetic properties discusses various theoretical models describing highly correlated d- and f-electrons. Valentin Yu.

electronic structure and properties of half-metallic ferromagnets. 6. the kondo effect and properties of anomalous d- and f-compounds.

Irkhin, V. Yu. Other Authors: Irkhin, Yu. P. Format . electronic structure and properties of half-metallic ferromagnets. magnetism of highly-correlated d-systems. magnetism of rare earths and actinides. 1 Quenching of orbital momenta by periodic lattice potential and magnetic anisotropy of d-metals. the one-centre kondo effect. the kondo temperature for d-impurities. spin dynamics and electronic properties of kondo lattices.

Electronic Structure, Correlation Effects and Physical Properties of D- And F-Metals and Their Compounds. The book includes all main physical properties of d- and f-transition-metal systems and corresponding theoretical concepts

Electronic Structure, Correlation Effects and Physical Properties of D- And F-Metals and Their Compounds. The book includes all main physical properties of d- and f-transition-metal systems and corresponding theoretical concepts. Especial attention is paid to the theory of magnetism and transpor. More).

Irkhin, Electronic Structure, Physical Properties and Correlation Effects in D and F Metals and their Compounds (Ural. RAN, Ekaterinburg, 2004). Authors and Affiliations.

Other Authors: Irkhin, Y. Introduction to the electron theory of metals by: Mizutani, U. Published: (2001).

Other Authors: Irkhin, Yu. 1930-. Plasmon resonances in nanoparticles by: Mayergoyz, I. D. Published: (2013). Introduction to the electron theory of metals, by: Mizutani, Uichirō.