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magnetoelectricity

(măg-nē″tō-ē″lĕk-trĭs′ĭ-tē) [″ + elektron, amber]
Electricity generated by use of magnets.
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Ghosh, Effects of Co-Substitution on Dielectric, Magnetic Properties and Magnetoelectric Coupling in Nano CoFe2O4, Materials Letters, 143, 241 (2015).
provides an equivalent circuit model for a SRR structure with the magnetoelectric coupling considered in the analysis of quasi-static fields [14].
As a result of which reduction in magnetoelectric coupling arises [5].
Luk, "A broadband dual-polarized magnetoelectric dipole antenna with simple feeds," IEEE Antennas Wirel.
Concerning the asymmetry effect, an increase or decrease of the resonant frequency, for a positive magnetoelectric element or negative, is not the same as compared to the isotropic case.
Depending on the wave polarization and its direction, MMs can exhibit bianisotropic property [11, 13, 15] and demonstrates unusual properties not found in normal isotropic MMs such as a wider stop-band in the transmission spectrum [11, 16], non-equal forward and backward wave impedances [11], and magnetoelectric coupling coefficient [11,15].
A sampling of specific topics: magnetoelectric interactions in multifeeroic nanocomposites, giant nanomembrane, self-assembled monolayers, grapheme quantum dots, theory of nanoindentation and its application on silicon and biomaterials, optochemical nanosensors, nanomechanical resonators, and molecular hydrogen in carbon nanostructures.
Also proposed is that simple optical instruments affect magnetoelectric light in a manner opposite to their effect on electromagnetic light with respect to propagation velocity, refraction, and magnification.
This book contains 26 detailed and informative papers from the Magnetoelectric Multiferroic Thin Films and Multilayers; Dielectric Ceramic Materials and Electronic Devices; Recent Developments in High-Temperature Superconductivity; and Multifunctional Oxides symposia held during the 2010 Materials Science and Technology (MS&T'10) meeting, October 17-21, 2010, Houston, Texas.
Emerging states that are foreseen include 2D electron gases with ferroic order, superconductivity at relatively high temperature, topological states and new forms of multiferroicity and magnetoelectric coupling.
So the magnetic field vector B of the position at which magnetoelectric transducer is placed increases.
The new scheme will be applied to study two fundamental properties of extended systems: the natural optical activity and the magnetoelectric effect in crystals of technological relevance, such as multiferroics and topological insulators.