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Low dimensional properties of solids

Nobel Jubilee Symposium (1991 GoМ€teborg, Sweden)

Low dimensional properties of solids

proceedings of the Nobel Jubilee Symposium, Göteborg, Sweden, December 4-7, 1991

by Nobel Jubilee Symposium (1991 GoМ€teborg, Sweden)

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Published by Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, World Scientific Pub. in Stockholm, Sweden, Singapore, River Edge NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Superconductors -- Congresses.,
  • Semiconductors -- Congresses.,
  • Tunneling (Physics) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors: Mats Jonson, Tord Claeson.
    ContributionsJonson, Mats., Claeson, Tord.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC611.94 .N62 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination219 p. :
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL557898M
    ISBN 109187308967
    LC Control Number96140870
    OCLC/WorldCa26738666

    covers low-dimensional solids, the properties of which are not isotropic. Chapter 5 deals with zeolites, an interesting class of compounds used extensively in industry (as catalysts, for example), the properties of which strongly reflect their structure. Chapter 6 deals with optical properties and Chapter 7 with magnetic properties of solids. Band Theory and Electronic Properties of Solids (Oxford Master Series in Condensed Matter Physics Book 2) - Kindle edition by Singleton, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Band Theory and Electronic Properties of Solids (Oxford Master Series in Condensed Matter Physics Book 2)/5(11).

    Get this from a library! Low-dimensional solids. [Duncan W Bruce; Dermot O'Hare; Richard I Walton;] -- With physical properties that often may not be described by the transposition of physical laws from 3D space across to 2D or even 1D space, low-dimensional solids exhibit a high degree of anisotropy. Calculations using the Heyd–Scuseria–Ernzerhof screened hybrid functional reveal the detailed influence that surface vacancies have on the electronic and optical properties of low-dimensional (LD) β-Ga 2 O ies manifest subtle changes to the electronic characteristics as oxygen states predominate the valence band at the : Yidan Wei, Yidan Wei, Chaoming Liu, Yanqing Zhang, Chunhua Qi, Heyi Li, Tianqi Wang, Guoliang Ma, Yo.

    Looking for books on Materials Chemistry? Check our section of free e-books and guides on Materials Chemistry now! defects and non-stoichiometry, microporous and mesoporous solids, optical properties of solids, magnetic and electrical properties, superconductivity, nanostructures and solids with low-dimensional properties. Raman spectroscopy has been widely used to characterize low dimensional materials such as 1D (e.g., Carbon nanotubes) and 2D semiconductors (e.g., transition metal dichalcogenides) ((Dresselhaus et al., ).When the exciting laser wavelength coincides with the band gap of the semiconductor, the Raman intensity is enhanced significantly, of the order of ~10 3 –10 4, by resonance Raman.


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About this book With physical properties that often may not be described by the transposition of physical laws from 3D space across to 2D or even 1D space, low-dimensional solids exhibit a high degree of anisotropy in the spatial distribution of their chemical bonds.

The purpose of this book is two fold. First to explain the properties of low dimensional solids such as electronic, vibrational and magnetic structure in terms of simple models.

These are used to account for the properties of three dimensional materials providing an elementary introduction to the physics of low dimensional : Frank J Owens. "Introducing topics such as novel layered superconductors, inorganic-DNA delivery systems Low dimensional properties of solids book the chemistry and physics of inorganic nanotubes and nanosheets, Low-Dimensional Solids discusses some of the most exciting concepts in this developing field".

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(Centre Daily Times, 19 January )Price: $ No less than nine Nobel laureates and some 40 other top researchers gathered for this symposium and this book contains the material presented in invited talks as well as the posters.

The 34 papers are organised into three groups corresponding to various aspects of low dimensional physics of solids. Theoretical and experimental work on solids with low-dimensi­ onal cooperative phenomena has been rather explosively expanded in the last few years, and it seems to be quite fashionable to con­ tribute to this field, especially to the problem of one-dimensional metals.

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With physical properties that often may not be described by the transposition of physical laws from 3D space across to 2D or even 1D space, low-dimensional solids exhibit a high degree of anisotropy in the spatial distribution of their chemical bonds.This book provides in-depth knowledge about the fundamental physical properties of bulk and low dimensional semiconductors (LDS).

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