Dzyaloshinskii (1964) belong to this category. The term modulated structures has been used to describe incommensurate perturbation (i.e. one in which the ratio of the imposed periodicity to that of the unit cell is irrational). A broader definition of modulated structure can be used to describe any periodic or partly periodic perturbation of a cystal structure with a repetition distance appreciably greater than the basic unit cell dimensions such a definition would include a variety of superstructures as well (Cowley et al, 1979). [Pg.185]

A.Abrikosov, L.Gor kov, I.Dzyaloshinskii. Methods of Quantum Field Theory in Statistical Physics, Dover, NY, 1963. [Pg.218]

Abrikosov A.A., Gorkov L.P., Dzyaloshinskii I.E. (1998) Metody kvantovoi teorii polya v statisticheskoi fizike (Methods of the quantum theory of a field in statistical physics). Moscow Dobrosvet. 514 p. [Pg.480]

A.A. Abrikosov, L.P. Gor kov and I.Y. Dzyaloshinskii. Quantum Field Theoretical Methods in Statistical Physics, Pergamon, Oxford, 1965. [Pg.273]

Keywords Magnetic resonance, symmetry analysis, Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction, [Pg.229]

There is also another way the mesoscopic time evolution Equation (55) can be introduced. We collect a list of well-established (i.e., well tested with experimental observations) time evolution equations on many different levels of description and try to identify their common features. This is indeed the way the time evolution Equation (55) has been first introduced. The Hamiltonian structure of the nondissipative part has been discovered first in the context of hydrodynamics by Clebsch (1895). Equations of the type (55) have started to appear in Dzyaloshinskii and Volovick (1980) and later in [Pg.94]

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