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851 Bertoni, H Directions in Electromagnetic Wave Modeling I00192 1991 eBook  
852 Fujii, H Transport and Thermal Properties of f-Electron Systems I00183 1993 eBook  
853 Dosi??re, Marcel Crystallization of Polymers I00171 1993 eBook  
854 McConnell, R.D Science and Technology of Thin Film Superconductors 2 I00167 1990 eBook  
855 Gonis, A Equilibrium Structure and Properties of Surfaces and Interfaces I00166 1992 eBook  
856 Lesieur, Marcel Turbulence in Fluids I00163 1997 eBook  
857 Das, M.P Computational Approaches to Novel Condensed Matter Systems I00127 1995 eBook  
858 Andrei, E.Y Two-Dimensional Electron Systems I00112 1997 eBook  
859 Prassides, K Mixed Valency Systems: Applications in Chemistry, Physics and Biology I00107 1991 eBook  
860 Landau, David P Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics III I00094 1991 eBook  
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TitleDirections in Electromagnetic Wave Modeling
Author(s)Bertoni, H;Felsen, L.B
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1991.
DescriptionXI, 560 p : online resource
ISBN,Price9781489936776
Keyword(s)1. CONDENSED MATTER 2. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 3. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 4. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 8. MICROSCOPY 9. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 10. SPECTROSCOPY 11. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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TitleTransport and Thermal Properties of f-Electron Systems
Author(s)Fujii, H;Fujita, T;Oomi, G
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1993.
DescriptionIX, 311 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe Hiroshima Workshop on Transport and Thermal Properties of f-Electron Systems, T2PfS, was held in the hotel Greenpia Yasuura on the shores of the Seto Inland Sea near Hiroshima, Japan from August 30, to September 2, 1992, as a satellite meeting of the International Conference of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems in Sendai. The purpose of this workshop was to bring together those scientists who are actively involved in the research of 4f- and 5f-electron systems; particularly the transport and thermal properties such as electrical resistivity, Hall effect, thermoelectric power, thermal conductivity, thermal expansion and specific heat. Hence, the organizing committee limited the number of participants to 60; 25 from abroad and 35 from Japan. In the workshop, all the sessions consisted of oral presentations; 25 invited talks and 5 contributed talks, including at least 10 minutes of discussion for each presentation. The program was divided into the following five topics: [1] Kondo-lattice semiconductors, [2] superconductivity of f-electron systems, [3] anomalous transport and thermal properties of 4f- and 5f-compounds, [4] low-carrier heavy-electron systems and [5] theoretical investigation of heavy-electron and mixed-valence states. This division of topics has been retained in the organization of papers in this volume. Almost all of the invited and contributed papers are included. These papers include excellent reviews of both the recent advances and historical background of each topic. We believe this book would be a tutorial text for researchers working in the field of solid state physics
ISBN,Price9781461528685
Keyword(s)1. CONDENSED MATTER 2. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 3. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 4. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Heavy ions 8. MICROSCOPY 9. NUCLEAR PHYSICS 10. Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons 11. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 12. SPECTROSCOPY 13. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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TitleCrystallization of Polymers
Author(s)Dosi??re, Marcel
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1993.
DescriptionXVI, 653 p : online resource
Abstract NoteSince the discovery that polymer single crystals are composed of chain folded macromolecules in 1957, the crystallization of polymers has attracted considerable interest and still provides fascinating and fruitful areas of research. Only a few books have been fully devoted to the crystallization of polymers in the past. This book contains the proceedings of the NATO ARW devoted to the `Crystallization of Polymers' which took place in September 1992 at the University of Mons-Hainaut (Belgium). In view of the variety of papers devoted to the crystallization of polymers, this book will be used in the next few years as a reference book for scientists concerned in the field of polymer physical chemistry. Crystallization of Polymers is mainly devoted to the experimental and theoretical study of the crystallization of synthetic polymers. As a kinetic study of the growth of polymer crystals should always be preceded by a morphological or a structural investigation, the structure, the morphology of polymer crystals and more particularly the lamellar and supralamellar organizations, as well as the nature of the crystal amorphous interface are reviewed and discussed
ISBN,Price9789401119504
Keyword(s)1. CONDENSED MATTER 2. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 6. Polymer Sciences 7. Polymers????
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TitleScience and Technology of Thin Film Superconductors 2
Author(s)McConnell, R.D;Noufi, R
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1990.
DescriptionXVII, 639 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis conference is the second on the Science and Technology of Thin Film Superconductors. It proved to be an excellent forum for these specialists in thin film superconductivity. The conference, held April 30-May 4, 1990, in Denver, Colorado, hosted 170 researchers from 17 countries. The response to the conference again emphasized the need for a meeting devoted to the science and technology of thin film superconductors. The breadth of artic1es and advances made in this technology since the first conference in November 1988, reflect on the maturity of the topic. These proceedings contain artic1es on deposition methods by sputtering, e1ectron beam evaporation, resistive evaporation, laser ablation, chemical vapor deposition and electrodeposition, and on other studies related to substrates, thermodynamics of formation, grain boundaries and weak links, characterization, and some practical applications. The program committee was pleased with the quality of the publications and contributed articles. This conference was highlighted by a fuU day dedicated to presentations from the federallaboratories, discussing a wide range of topics on the fabrication, characterization, and theory of high-temperature superconductor thin films. Other highlights at the conference dealt with (1) critical parameters or problems in measuring critical current density and other important parameters, and (2) problems of scale-up, reproducibility, and amenability to device fabrication. It became evident from the presentations that three issues were developing into critical issues for the ultimate practical application of high?? temperature superconductor thin films
ISBN,Price9781468413458
Keyword(s)1. Characterization and Evaluation of Materials 2. CONDENSED MATTER 3. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 4. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 5. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. MATERIALS SCIENCE 9. MICROSCOPY 10. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 11. SPECTROSCOPY 12. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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TitleEquilibrium Structure and Properties of Surfaces and Interfaces
Author(s)Gonis, A;Stocks, G.M
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1992.
DescriptionXII, 371 p : online resource
Abstract NoteIt is almost self-evident that surface and interface science, coupled with the electronic structure of bulk materials, playa fundamental role in the understanding of materials properties. If one is to have any hope of understanding such properties as catalysis, microelectronic devices and contacts, wear, lubrication, resistance to corrosion, ductility, creep, intragranular fracture, toughness and strength of steels, adhesion of protective oxide scales, and the mechanical properties of ceramics, one must address a rather complex problem involving a number of fundamental parameters: the atomic and electronic structure, the energy and chemistry of surface and interface regions, diffusion along and across interfaces, and the response of an interface to stress. The intense need to gain an understanding of the properties of surfaces and interfaces is amply attested to by the large number of conferences and workshops held on surface and interface science. Because of this need, the fields of surface and interface science have been established in their own right, although their development presently lags behind that of general materials science associated with bulk, translationally invariant systems. There are good reasons to expect this situation to change rather dramatically in the next few years. Existing techniques for investigating surfaces and interfaces have reached maturity and are increasingly being applied to systems of practical relevance. New techniques are still being created, which drastically widen the scope of applicability of surface and interface studies. On the experimental side, new microscopies are bearing fruit
ISBN,Price9781461533948
Keyword(s)1. Characterization and Evaluation of Materials 2. CONDENSED MATTER 3. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 4. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 5. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. MATERIALS SCIENCE 9. MICROSCOPY 10. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 11. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 12. SPECTROSCOPY 13. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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TitleTurbulence in Fluids
Author(s)Lesieur, Marcel
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1997.
DescriptionXXXII, 520 p : online resource
Abstract NoteTurbulence is a dangerous topic which is often at the origin of serious fights in the scientific meetings devoted to it since it represents extremely different points of view, all of which have in common their complexity, as well as an inability to solve the problem. It is even difficult to agree on what exactly is the problem to be solved. Extremely schematically, two opposing points of view have been ad?? vocated during these last twenty years: the first one is "statistical", and tries to model the evolution of averaged quantities of the flow. This com?? munity, which has followed the glorious trail of Taylor and Kolmogorov, believes in the phenomenology of cascades, and strongly disputes the possibility of any coherence or order associated to turbulence. On the other bank of the river stands the "coherence among chaos" community, which considers turbulence from a purely deterministic po?? int of view, by studying either the behaviour of dynamical systems, or the stability of flows in various situations. To this community are also associated the experimentalists who seek to identify coherent structures in shear flows
ISBN,Price9789401090186
Keyword(s)1. ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES 2. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 3. CONDENSED MATTER 4. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. MECHANICS 8. OCEANOGRAPHY
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TitleComputational Approaches to Novel Condensed Matter Systems : Applications to Classical and Quantum Systems
Author(s)Das, M.P;Neilson, D
PublicationNew York, NY, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer US, 1995.
DescriptionVIII, 280 p. 77 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThis volume contains the lectures given at the Third Gordon Godfrey International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Novel Condensed Matter Systems which was held at The University of New South Wales July 12-17, 1993. Lecturers from Asia, Australia, Europe and North America gave a total of twenty-nine lectures which were spread over the five days. Unfortunately we were not able to include in this volume the lectures of S. Das Sarma from the University of Maryland on "Non-Equilibrium Growth as a Self-Organised Phenomenon" due to constraints of time. The workshops have been held annually since 1991 in Sydney, each covering a novel research area in condensed matter physics that is of topical interest. Australia has a strong tradition of research in condensed matter physics. The workshops are jointly organised by the School of Physics at the University of New South Wales (Sydney) and the Department of Theoretical Physics, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering at the Australian National University (Canberra). The late Gordon God?? frey was an Associate Professor of Physics at the University of New South Wales. He bequeathed his estate for the promotion and teaching of theoretical physics within the university. The primary purpose of each workshop is to expose post-graduate students in physics to both informal interaction and formal lectures from recognised international leaders in topical research areas. Past experience has demonstrated again and again that to be informed about a new field there is no substitute for personal contact and interaction
ISBN,Price9781475797916
Keyword(s)1. CONDENSED MATTER 2. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 3. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 4. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. MICROSCOPY 8. SOLID STATE PHYSICS 9. SPECTROSCOPY 10. Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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TitleTwo-Dimensional Electron Systems : on Helium and other Cryogenic Substrates
Author(s)Andrei, E.Y
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1997.
DescriptionX, 398 p : online resource
Abstract NoteRecent studies on two-dimensional systems have led to new insights into the fascinating interplay between physical properties and dimensionality. Many of these ideas have emerged from work on electrons bound to the surface of a weakly polarizable substrate such as liquid helium or solid hydrogen. The research on this subject continues to be at the forefront of modern condensed matter physics because of its fundamental simplicity as well as its connection to technologically useful devices. This book is the first comprehensive overview of experimental and theoretical research in this exciting field. It is intended to provide a coherent introduction for graduate students and non-experts, while at the same time serving as a reference source for active researchers in the field. The chapters are written by individuals who made significant contributions and cover a variety of specialized topics. These include the origin of the surface states, tunneling and magneto-tunneling out of these states, the phase diagram, collective excitations, transport and magneto-transport
ISBN,Price9789401512862
Keyword(s)1. Characterization and Evaluation of Materials 2. CONDENSED MATTER 3. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 4. EBOOK 5. EBOOK - SPRINGER 6. MATERIALS SCIENCE 7. Materials???Surfaces 8. QUANTUM PHYSICS 9. Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films 10. THIN FILMS
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TitleMixed Valency Systems: Applications in Chemistry, Physics and Biology
Author(s)Prassides, K
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1991.
DescriptionIX, 451 p : online resource
Abstract NoteMixed valency is one of various names used to describe compounds which contain ions of the same element in two different formal states of oxidation. The existence of mixed valency systems goes far back into the geological evolutionary history of the earth and other planets, while a plethora of mixed valency minerals has attracted attention since antiquity. Indeed, control of the oxidation states of Fe in its oxides (FeO, Fe304' Fe203) was elegantly used in vase painting by the ancient Greeks to produce the characteristic black and red Attic ceramics (Z. Goffer, "Archaeological Chemistry", Wiley, New York, 1980). It was, however, only 25 years ago that two reviews of mixed valency appeared in the literature almost simultaneously, signalling the first attempt to treat mixed valency systems as a separate class of compounds whose properties can be correlated with the molecular and the electronic structure of their members. Then mixed valency phenomena attracted the interest of disparate classes of scientists, ranging from synthetic chemists to solid state physicists and from biologists to geologists. This activity culminated with the NATO ASI meeting in Oxford in 1979. The 1980's saw again a continuing upsurge of interest in mixed valency. Its presence is a necessary factor in the search for highly conducting materials, including molecular metals and superconductors. The highly celebrated high T c ceramic superconducting oxides are indeed mixed valency compounds
ISBN,Price9789401136068
Keyword(s)1. BIOCHEMISTRY 2. Biochemistry, general 3. CONDENSED MATTER 4. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 8. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
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TitleComputer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics III : Proceedings of the Third Workshop Athens, GA, USA, February 12???16, 1990
Author(s)Landau, David P;Mon, K.K;Sch??ttler, Heinz-Bernd
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1991.
DescriptionVIII, 215 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe contribution of computer simulation studies to our understanding of the prop?? erties of a wide range of condensed matter systems is now weIl established. The Center for Simulational Physics of the University of Georgia has been hosting a series of annual workshops with the intent of bringing together experienced prac?? titioners in the field, as weIl as relative newcomers, to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and recent results. This year's workshop, the third in the series, was held February 12-16, 1990. These proceedings are arecord of the workshop and are published with the goal of timely dissemination of the papers to a wider audience. The proceedings are divided into four parts. The first contains invited pa?? pers dealing with simulational studies of classical systems and also includes an introduction to some new simulation techniques. Aseparate section is devoted to invited papers on quantum systems, including new results for strongly correlated electron and quantum spin models believed to be important for the description of high-Tc superconductors. The third part consists of a single invited paper, which presents a comprehensive treatment of issues associated with high perfor?? mance computing, including differences in architectures and a discussion of access strategies. The contributed papers constitute the final part
ISBN,Price9783642763823
Keyword(s)1. COMPLEXITY 2. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY 3. CONDENSED MATTER 4. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Mathematical Methods in Physics 8. Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation 9. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 10. PHYSICS
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