Item description for Canted Antiferromagnetism: Hematite by Allan H. Morrish, David Cunningham, Ansel Adams, Shi-Ling Zhang, Paul Chadwick, Eric Myott & Tim Ohr...
Presents for the first time, a coherent account of the experimental and theoretical studies on this most basic of materials. DLC: Hematite crystals.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.75" Height: 9" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1994
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9810220073 ISBN13 9789810220075
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More About Allan H. Morrish, David Cunningham, Ansel Adams, Shi-Ling Zhang, Paul Chadwick, Eric Myott & Tim Ohr
About the Author Allan Henry Morrish is a distinguished professor of physics at the University of Manitoba, Canada. He received a B.Sc. degree from the University of Manitoba in 1943, an M.A. degree from the University of Toronto in 1946, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago in 1949 specializing in nuclear physics. From 1953 to 1964, Dr. Morrish was with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, where he held the rank of professor from 1959. During 1974 to 1975, Dr. Morrish was president of The Canadian Association of Physicists and in 1977 was awarded their gold medal for achievements in physics. He has written over 250 papers and has served on many national and international committees. A fellow of The Royal Society of Canada and a Guggenheim fellow (1957 to 1958), Dr. Morrish is also a fellow of The Institute of Physics (U.K.), as well as a former fellow of The American Physical Society.
Allan H. Morrish has an academic affiliation as follows - Univ. of Manitoba, Canada University of Manitoba, Canada University of.
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Canted Antiferromagnetisim- A Good Beginners Guide Jun 27, 2000
Dispite a slight lack of truly in-depth research into the many different parts of antiferromagnetisim, this guide is a great way to enter the arena of magnetic healing and mineral-guided meditation. The powers of the hemetite are thourghly discused at length, along with the other preferred meditation "soulstones" and the moonstone paralex relationship. However, if you are seriously interested in a complete and non watered-down Encylcopeda Antiferromagneta, I would presue Dr. Y Kiplink's book, "The Advanced Use of Metals and Gems", or Lan Manderdagon's, "The Soul and the Stone". The true meaning of these works, however, is well complented with "Canted Antiferromagnetisim" as a novice's basic guide with Kiplink and Mangerdagon as encylcopedia-like index or advanced instrution "respectfully.