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Call number:9780511622588:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Introduction to experimental particle physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Richard C. Fernow
Date:1986
Publisher:New York : Cambridge University Press
Size:1 online resource (421 p.)
Contents:Electromagnetic interactions -- Nuclear interactions -- Particle beams -- Targets -- Fast electronics -- Scintillation counters -- Cerenkov counters -- Proportional chambers -- Drift chambers -- Sampling calorimeters -- Specialized detectors -- Triggers -- Detector systems -- Some fundamental measurements.
ISBN:9780521301701
Series:Cambridge Books Online
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Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Experiments , Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique , Electromagnetic interactions , Nuclear counters , Nuclear reactions
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Call number:SPRINGER-2007-9780387388809:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Computational and Instrumental Methods in EPR [electronic resource]
Author(s): Christopher J Bender
Lawrence J Berliner
Date:2007
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:Computational and Instrumental Methods in EPR Prof. Bender, Fordham University Prof. Lawrence J. Berliner, University of Denver Electron magnetic resonance has been greatly facilitated by the introduction of advances ininstrumentation and better comp utational tools, such as the increasingly widespread use of the density matrix formalism. This volume is devoted to both instrumentation and computation aspects of EPR, while addressing applications suchas spin relaxation time measurements, the measuremen t of hyperfine interaction parameters, and the recovery of Mn(II) spin Hamiltonian parameters via spectral simulation. Key features: Microwave Amplitude Modulation Technique toMeasure Spin-Lattice (T1) and Spin-Spin (T2) Relaxation Times Improvement in th e Measurement of Spin-Lattice Relaxation Time in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Quantitative Measurement of Magnetic Hyperfine Parameters and the PhysicalOrganic Chemistry of Supramolecular Systems New Methods of Simulation of Mn(II) EPR Spectra: Single Crystals, Polycrystalline and Amorphous (Biological) Materials Density Matrix Formalism of Angular Momentum in Multi-Quantum MagneticResonance About the Editors: Dr. Chris Bender is assistant professor of Chemistry at Fordham University. Dr. Lawrence J. B erliner is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University ofDenver after retiring from Ohio State University, where he spent a 32-year career in the area of biological magnetic resonance (EPR and NMR). He i s the Series Editor for Biological Magnetic Resonance, which he launched in 1979
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Contents:Microwave Amplitude Modulation Technique to Measure Spin
Lattice (T 1) and Spin
Spin (T 2) Relaxation Times
Improvement in the Measurement of Spin
Lattice Relaxation Time in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
Quantitative Measurement of Magnetic Hyperfine Parameters and the Physical Organic Chemistry of Supramolecular Systems
New Methods of Simulation of Mn(II) EPR Spectra: Single Crystals, Polycrystalline and Amorphous (Biological) Materials
Density Matrix Formalism of Angular Momentum in Multi
Quantum Magnetic Resonance
ISBN:9780387388809
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Series:Biological Magnetic Resonance, 0192-6020 : v25
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Polymers , Biochemistry , Plasma (Ionized gases) , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Biomedical engineering
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Title:Neutron and X-ray Spectroscopy [electronic resource]
Author(s): Franoise Hippert
Erik Geissler
Jean Louis Hodeau
Eddy Lelivre-Berna
Jean-Ren Regnard
Date:2006
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
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Note:Neutron and X-Ray Spectroscopy delivers an up-to-date account of the principles and practice of inelastic and spectroscopic methods available at neutron and synchrotron sources, including recent developments. The chapters arebased on a course of lect ures and practicals (the HERCULES course) delivered to young scientists who require these methods in their professional careers. Each chapter, written by a leading specialist in the field, introduces the basicconcepts of the technique and provides an over view of recent work. This volume, which focuses on spectroscopic techniques in synchrotron radiation and inelastic neutron scattering, will be a primary source of information forphysicists, chemists and materials scientists who wish to acquire a basic und erstanding of these techniques and to discover the possibilities offered by them. Emphasizing the complementarity of the neutron and X-ray methods, thistutorial will also be invaluable to scientists already working in neighboring fields who seek to extend their knowledge
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Contents:Fundamentals of X
ray absorption and dichroism: the multiplet approach. Multiple scattering theory applied to X
ray absorption near
edge structure. X
ray magnetic circular dichroism. Extended X
ray absorption fine structure. Inelastic X
ray scattering from collective atom dynamics. Photoelectron spectroscopy. Anomalous scattering and diffraction anomalous fine structure. Soft X
ray photoelectron emission microscopy (X
PEEM). X
ray intensity fluctuation spectroscopy. Vibrational spectroscopy at surfaces and interfaces using synchrotron sources and free electron lasers
Neutron spectroscopy. I
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Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Mineralogy , Condensed matter , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:Numerical and Practical Exercises in Thermoluminescence [electronic resource]
Author(s): Vasilis Pagonis
George Kitis
Claudio Furetta
Date:2006
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Thermoluminescence (TL) is a well-established technique widely used in dosimetric and dating applications. Although several excellent reference books exist which document both the theoretical and experimental aspects of TL, thereis a general lack of books that deal with specific numerical and practical aspects of analyzing TL data. Many times the practical details of analyzing numerical TL glow curves and of applying theoretical models are difficult to find inthe published literature. Numerical and P ractical Exercises in Thermoluminescence provides a practical guide for both established researchers and for new graduate students entering the field of TL, and is intended to be used inconjunction with and as a practical supplement to standard textbooks in the field
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Contents:Preface
List of Figures
List of Tables
Expressions for Evaluating the Kinetics Parameters
Analysis of Thermoluminescence Data
Simple TL Models Using Excel and Mathematica
TL Dose Response Models Using Mathematica
Miscellaneous Applications of Thermoluminescence
References
Annotated Bibliography
Appendix: Overview of Mathematica
Index
ISBN:9780387300900
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Keywords: Radiotherapy , Weights and measures , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Biomedical engineering
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Title:Advanced Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting Techniques [electronic resource]
Author(s): Wolfgang Becker
A. W Castleman
J.P Toennies
W Zinth
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) is a remarkable technique for recording low-level light signals with extremely high precision and picosecond-time resolution. TCSPC has developed from an intrinsically time-consumingand one-dimensional t echnique into a fast, multi-dimensional technique to record light signals. So this reference and text describes how advanced TCSPC techniques work and demonstrates their application to time-resolved laser scanningmicroscopy, single molecule spectroscopy, photon correlation experiments, and diffuse optical tomography of biological tissue. It gives practical hints about constructing suitable optical systems, choosing and using detectors, detectorsafety, preamplifiers, and using the control features and opti mising the operating conditions of TCSPC devices. Advanced TCSPC Techniques is an indispensable tool for everyone in research and development who is confronted with the taskof recording low-intensity light signals in the picosecond and nanosecond range
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Contents:Optical Signal Recording
Overview of Photon Counting Techniques
Advanced TCSPC Techniques
Building Blocks of Advanced TCSPC Devices
Applications of Modern TCSPC Techniques
Detectors for Photon Counting
Practice of TCSPC Experiments
ISBN:9783540288824
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Series:Springer Series in Chemical Physics, 0172-6218 : v81
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Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Laser physics , Spectrum analysis
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Call number:SPRINGER-2005-9780387280417:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Quantum Kinetic Theory and Applications [electronic resource] : Electrons, Photons, Phonons
Author(s): Fedir T Vasko
Oleg E Raichev
Date:2005
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This lecture-style monograph is addressed to several categories of readers. First, it will be useful for graduate students studying theory. Second, the topics covered should be interesting for postgraduate students of variousspecializations. Third, t he researchers who want to understand the background of modern theoretical issues in more detail can find a number of useful results here. The phenomena covered involve kinetics of electron, phonon, and photonsystems in solids. The dynamical properties an d interactions of electrons, phonons, and photons are briefly described in Chapter 1. Further, in Chapters 2-8, the authors present the main theoretical methods: linear response theory,various kinetic equations for the quasiparticles under consideration, and diagram technique. The presentation of the key approaches is always accompanied by solutions of concrete problems to illustrate ways to apply the theory. Theremaining chapters are devoted to various manifestations of quantum transport in solids. The c hoice of particular topics is determined by their scientific importance and methodological value. The 267 supplementary problems presented inthe ends of chapters are offered to guide the reader in self-study. Focusing attention on the methodological aspec ts and discussing a great diversity of kinetic phenomena, in keeping with the guiding principle a method is moreimportant than a result, the authors minimize both detailed discussion of physical mechanisms of the phenomena considered and comparison of the oretical results to experimental data
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Contents:Preface
Elements of Quantum Dynamics
Electron
Impurity System
Linear Response Theory
Bosons Interacting with Electrons
Interacting Phonon Systems
Effects of Electron
Electron Interaction
Non
Equilibrium Electrons
Non
Equilibrium Diagram Technique
Kinetics of Bounded Systems
Quantum Magnetotransport
Photoexcitation
Ballistic and Hopping Transport
Multi
Channel Kinetics
Fluctuations
Appendices: Harmonic Oscillator, Many
Band KP
Approach, Wigner Transformation of Product, Double
Time Greens Functions, Many
Electron Greens Functions, Equation for
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Keywords: Quantum theory , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Quantum optics
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Title:Introduction to Focused Ion Beams [electronic resource] : Instrumentation, Theory, Techniques and Practice
Author(s): Lucille A Giannuzzi
Fred A Stevie
Date:2005
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:The focused ion beam (FIB) instrument has experienced an intensive period of maturation since its inception. Numerous new techniques and applications have been brought to fruition, and over the past few years, the FIB has gainedacceptance as more tha n just an expensive sample preparation tool. It has taken its place among the suite of other instruments commonly available in analytical and forensic laboratories, universities, geological, medical and biologicalresearch institutions, and manufacturing p lants. Although the utility of the FIB is not limited to the preparation of specimens for subsequent analysis by other analytical techniques, it has revolutionized the area of TEM specimenpreparation. The FIB has also been used to prepare samples for nume rous other analytical techniques, and offers a wide range of other capabilities. While the mainstream of FIB usage remains within the semiconductor industry, FIB usagehas expanded to applications in metallurgy, ceramics, composites, polymers, geology, art , biology, pharmaceuticals, forensics, and other disciplines. Computer automated procedures have been configured for unattended use of FIB and dualplatform instruments. New applications of FIB and dual platform instrumentation are constantly being develop ed for materials characterization and nanotechnology. The site specific nature of the FIB milling and deposition capabilitiesallows preparation and processing of materials in ways that are limited only by one's imagination. Introduction to Focused Ion Bea ms is geared towards techniques and applications. The first portion of this book introduces the basics ofFIB instrumentation, milling, and deposition capabilities. The chapter dedicated to ion-solid interactions is presented so that the FIB user can under stand which parameters will influence FIB milling behavior. The remainder of the bookfocuses on how to prepare and analyze samples using FIB and related tools, and presents specific applications and tec
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Contents:The Focused Ion Beam Instrument
Ion
Solid Interactions
Focused Ion Beam Gases for Deposition and Enhanced Etch
Three
Dimensional Nanofabrication Using Focused Ion Beams
Device Edits and Modifications
The Uses of Dual Beam FIB in Microelectronic Failure Analysis
High Resolution Live Imaging of FIB Milling Processes for Optimum Accuracy
FIB for Materials Science Applications
a Review
Practical Aspects of FIB Tem Specimen Preparation
FIB Lift
Out Specimen Preparation Techniques
A FIB Micro
Sampling Technique and a Site Specific TEM Specimen Preparation Method
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Keywords: Condensed matter , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Optical materials , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:ICAME 2003 Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect (ICAME 2003) held in Muscat, Oman, 21–25 September 2003
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Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (656 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4020-2852-6
Contents:Mössbauer Instrument Package MS-2000IP -- Nuclear Resonant Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation as a Method for Distinction between Covariant Ether Theories and Special Relativity -- Mössbauer Spectrometer with Novel Moving System and
Resonant Detection of Gamma Rays -- Angular Distribution of Hyperfine Magnetic Field in Fe3O4 and Fe66Ni34 from Mössbauer Polarimetry -- Two-Dimensional Mössbauer Spectra -- 57Fe Mössbauer Study of Magnetic Nanowires -- Synthesis and
Mössbauer Study of Maghemite Nanowire Arrays -- Mössbauer Characterization of Iron-Based Nanogranular Films -- Mössbauer Study of Nanocrystalline ?-Fe3?xCoxN System -- Mössbauer Studies of Nanosize CuFe2O4 Particles -- Mössbauer
Studies on Nanocrystalline Diol Capped ?-Fe2O3 -- Hyperfine and Structural Properties of the Mechanically Alloyed (FeMn)30Cu70 System -- 197Au Mössbauer Study of Bimetallic Nanoparticles Prepared by Sonochemical Technique -- Phase
Composition and Properties of Iron Nanocrystals and Clusters Embedded in MgO Matrix -- Shifting the Superparamagnetic Limit of Nanosized Copper Iron Spinel -- Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Ni0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4 by Aerosol Route and Its
Characterization -- Transitions and Spin Dynamics at Very Low Temperature in the Pyrochlores Yb2Ti2O7 and Gd2Sn2O7 -- Mössbauer and Neutron Diffraction Studies on Co-Al Ferrite -- Mössbauer Studies of Fe0.7?xSi0.3Mnx Alloys --
Observation of Substitutional Fe in CEMS Measurements on Synthetic CVD Diamond -- Interaction between Interstitial Hydrogen and Fe Atoms within the ?-Hydride Phase in Nb1?yFeyHx Alloys -- First Observation of Photoinduced Magnetization
for the Cyano-Bridged 3d–4f Heterobimetallic Assembly Nd(DMF)4(H2O)3(?-CN)Fe(CN)5·H2O (DMF = N,N-Dimethylformamide) -- Non-Magnetic Stainless Steels Reinvestigated — a Small Effective Field Component in External Magnetic Fields --
Magnetic Response and Hyperfine Magnetic Fields at Fe Sites of Sr3Fe2MO9 (M = Mo, Te, W, U) Double-Perovskites -- Modification of Nuclear Decay Constant in the Finite Space -- Mössbauer Studies and Magnetic Properties of Y3?xCexFe5O12
-- Control of Charge Transfer Phase Transition in Iron Mixed-Valence System (n-CnH2n+1)4 N[FeIIFeIII(dto)3] (n = 3?6 dto = C2O2S2) -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study on the Effect of Al-Cr Co-Substitution in Yttrium and Yttrium-Gadolinium
Iron Garnets -- Mössbauer Study of Microstructure and Magnetic Properties (Co, Ni)-Zr Substituted Ba Ferrite Particles -- Mössbauer Studies of Dilute 119Sn and 57Fe in SrRuO3 and Sr2FeRuO6 -- Mössbauer Studies on the Quasibinary System
FeTe1.45-TiTe1.45 -- Magnetic Properties of Iron Clusters in Silver -- Magnetic Properties of Nanocrystalline FexCu1?x Alloys Prepared by Ball Milling -- The Formation of Lithiated Ti-Doped ?-Fe2O3 Nanocrystalline Particles by
Mechanical Milling of Ti-Doped Lithium Spinel Ferrite -- Effect of Mg2+ on the Magnetic Compensation of Lithium-Chromium Ferrite -- High-Pressure 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Octamethyl-Ethynyl-Ferrocene -- 57Fe Mössbauer
Spectroscopic Study of Fe-B Compounds -- Mössbauer- and EPR-Snapshots of an Enzymatic Reaction: The Cytochrome P450 Reaction Cycle -- The Effect of Biocompatible Coating Layers on Magnetic Properties of Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide
Nanoparticles -- Spin States of Iron(III) in Highly Saddled Dodecaphenylporphyrin Complexes -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Iron Containing Vitamins and Dietary Supplements -- Comparative Study of Human Liver Ferritin and Chicken Liver by
Mössbauer Spectroscopy. Preliminary Results -- Low-Spin Ferriheme Models of the Cytochromes: Correlation of Molecular Structure with EPR and Mössbauer Spectral Parameters -- Iron-Sulfur Proteins Investigated by EPR-, Mössbauer- and
EXAFS-Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Study of Lanthanum-Strontium Ferromanganite Oxides -- Iron-57 Mössbauer Spectroscopic Investigation of Manganese-Doped ?-Fe2O3 -- Study on Chemical Bond and Electronic State of New Gold Mixed Valence
Complexes Cs2[Au1X2][AuIIIY4] (X, Y = Cl, Br, I) by Means of 197Au Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Magnetic Properties of TlCo2Se2 Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Exploring the Verwey-Type Transition in GdBaFe2O5+? Using 57Fe Mössbauer
Spectroscopy -- First Principles Calculations of Mössbauer Spectra of Intermetallic Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries -- 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of LaFe1?xCoxO3 (x = 0 and 0.5) Formed by Mechanical Milling -- A
Crystallographic and Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of BaCo0.5xZn0.5xTix Fe12?2xO19 (M-Type Hexagonal Ferrite) -- Laboratory Intercomparison on the Determination of the Fe(II)/Fe(III) Ratio in Glass Using Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- 57Fe
Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study on the Assembled Iron Complexes -- 155Gd Mössbauer Isomer Shifts and Quadrupole Coupling Constants of Gadolinium Complexes -- Mössbauer Spectroscopy in the Characterisation of Polymetallic Cluster
Compounds: a Triple Mössbauer Study of (PPh4)[Fe2Ir2(CO)12{?3-Au(PPh3)}] -- The Nonanuclear [Mo(IV){(CN)Fe(III)(3-ethoxysaldptn)}8]Cl4 Complex Compound Exhibits Multiple Spin Transitions Observed by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Processes
in Geophysics Studied by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- High Pressure Mössbauer Studies on FCC Fe53Ni47 Alloy -- Mössbauer and XRD Comparative Study of Host Rock and Iron Rich Mineral Samples from Paz del Rio Iron Ore Mineral Mine in
Colombia -- Characterization and Thermal Behaviour of Garnets from Almandine-Pyrope Series at 1200°C -- Mössbauer Study of Magnetite Formation by Iron- and Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria -- What Oxidation State of Iron Determines the
Amethyst Colour? -- Fe-Hydroxysulphates from Bacterial Fe2+ Oxidation -- Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study of a Mural Painting from Morgadal Grande, Mexico -- Quantification of Secondary Fe-Phases Formed During Sorption Experiments on
Chlorites -- Synthesis by Coprecipitation of Al-Substituted Hydroxysulphate Green Rust Fe4IIFe(2?y)IIIAlyIII(OH)12SO4, nH2O -- Mössbauer Study of Ancient Albanian Ceramics -- Variation of Some Physical Properties of Brownmillerite
Doped with a Transition Metal Oxide -- Iron-Containing Adsorbents in Great Nile Sediments -- Fe(II–III) Hydroxysalt Green Rusts from Corrosion to Mineralogy and Abiotic to Biotic Reactions by Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Identification of
Corrosion Products Due to Seawater and Fresh Water -- Atmospheric Corrosion on Steel Studied by Conversion Electron Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Mössbauer Spectrometry as a Powerful Tool to Study Lithium Reactivity Mechanisms for Battery
Electrode Materials -- Arrangements of Interstitial Atoms in fcc Fe-C and Fe-N Solid Solutions -- A Dilute-Limit Heat of Solution of 3d Transition Metals in Iron Studied with 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Distribution of N Atoms in
the fcc Fe-N Interstitial Solid Solution -- Distribution of Mn Atoms in a Substitutional bcc-FeMn Solid Solution -- Effect of Sulfur Addition on the Redox State of Iron in Iron Phosphate Glasses -- Structural and Electronic Features of
Sb-Based Electrode Materials: 121Sb Mössbauer Spectrometry -- Study of Disordered Fe2Cr(1?x)MnxAl Alloys -- Mössbauer and X-ray Study of Fe1?xAlx, 0.2 ? x ? 0.5, Samples Produced by Mechanical Alloying -- Investigation of Steel
Surfaces Treated by a Hybrid Ion Implantation Technique -- Ferromagnetic Planar Nanocomposites -- Surface and Interface Investigations by Nuclear Resonant Scattering with Standing Waves -- Nuclear Resonant Reflectivity Investigations
of a Thin Magnetic 57Fe Layer Adjacent to a Superconducting V Layer -- CEMS Investigations of Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation Effects in Tb/Fe Multilayers -- Thermally Induced Processes of Intermetalloid Phase Formation in Laminar Systems
Fe-Sn -- DCEMS Study of Thin Oxide Layers and Interface of Stainless Steel Films Deposited by Sputtering Austenitic AISI304 -- CEMS Study on Fe Films Deposited by Laser Ablation -- The Investigation of the Magnetic Properties of
Metallic Multilayers by Angle Dependent Mössbauer Spectroscopy -- Concluding Remarks -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Solid state physics , Surfaces (Physics) , Interfaces (Physical sciences) , Thin films , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films , Physics, general
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Title:Atomic Physics at Accelerators: Stored Particles and Fundamental Physics Proceedings of the APAC 2001, held in Aarhus, Denmark, 8–13 September 2001
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (351 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-007-0946-1
Contents:1. Ion-electron recombination -- Recombination Measurements at Ion Storage Rings -- Enhancement of Low-Energy Electron Ion Recombination in a Magnetic Field -- Recombination Enhancement in Electron Coolers -- Enhancement of
Dielectronic Recombination by External Electromagnetic Fields -- Radiative Electron Capture into the K- and L-Shell of H-, He-, and Li-Like Uranium Ions at Relativistic Energies -- Polarization of the Lyman-?1 Line Following the
Radiative Recombination of Bare, High-Z Ions -- Dielectronic Recombination of Very Heavy Lithiumlike Ions -- 2. Fundamental constants, interactions and symmetries -- Measurement of the g Factor of the Bound Electron in Hydrogen-like
Oxygen 16O7+ -- Mass of the Electron from the Electronic g Factor in Hydrogenlike Carbon — the Influence of Other Fundamental Parameters -- Towards a Measurement of the n = 2 Lamb Shift in Hydrogen-like Nitrogen Using an Electron Beam
Ion Trap -- Vacuum- Polarization Corrections to Parity-Nonconserving Effects in Atomic Systems -- Toward a New Test of the Relativistic Time Dilation Factor by Laser Spectroscopy of Fast Ions in a Storage Ring -- The Weak Interaction
Studied with Trapped Ions and Atoms -- The Legnaro Francium Magneto-Optical Trap -- WITCH: A Penning Trap Retardation Spectrometer Combination for Precision Studies of the Weak Interaction -- 3. Spectra and lifetimes of highly charged
ions -- Structure and Dynamics of High-Z Ions Studied at the ESR Storage Ring -- Fast-Beam Laser Spectroscopy of Helium-like Silicon -- Physics with Highly-Charged Ions in an EBIT -- Systematic Calculations of Total Atomic Binding
Energies -- Relativistic Transition Energies and Radiative Transition Rates for Forbidden Transitions in the Is2 2s2 2p4 Atomic Configuration for 20 ? Z ? 30 -- Correlation and Relativistic Effects on Landé gJ Factors of Atomic Ions --
Magnetic Sublevel Population Studied for H- and He-like Uranium in Relativistic Ion-Atom Collisions -- Lifetime Measurement of the Metastable 23P0 State in Helium-like 197Au -- Nuclear and Electron Polarization Contributions to the HFS
of Hydrogen- and Lithium-like Ions -- 4. Atomic lifetimes and spectra -- Studies of Lifetimes in an Ion Storage Ring Using Laser Technique -- Strong Relaxation and Correlation Effects on the 2p53s-2p6 Spectrum of Neutral Neon -- 5.
Ionization, fragmentation and electron capture -- Threshold Laws for Four-Particle Fragmentation: Mass Effects -- Subshell Resolved Measurements of Single Electron Capture in Slow Ne7+-Helium Collisions -- 6. Cooling of beams in traps
and storage rings -- Vertical Blow-up in a Low-Current, Stored, Laser-Cooled Ion Beam -- Laser- Cooled Ions and Atoms in a Storage Ring -- Electron Cooling of Positrons in LEPTA -- Stability of Crystalline Ion Beams -- Observations of
Ordered Beams in CRYRING -- Cold Electrons from Cryogenic GaAs Photocathodes: Energetic and Angular Distributions -- Study of Cooling and Storage Properties of a Gas-Filled Linear Paul Trap Coupled to a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
for Mass Measurements of Exotic Nuclei -- 7. New developments in charged particle traps and storage rings -- New Magnetic Storage Rings -- Research with Trapped keV Ion Beams -- First Results of Ion Trapping in the Dresden EBIT II --
SHIPTRAP is Trapping: A Capture and Storage Device on Its Way towards a RIB- Facility -- Design Studies of an Electrostatic Storage Ring -- First Tests of a Linear Radiofrequency Quadrupole for the Cooling and Bunching of Radioactive
Light Ions -- 8. Investigations relevant for Astrophysics -- Molecular Physics in Storage Rings: From Laboratory to Space -- Astrophysically Motivated, Forbidden-Line Lifetime Measurements on Iron Ions (Fe9+-Fe12+) Using a Heavy-Ion
Storage Ring -- 9. Clusters, biomolecules, aerosols and nanoparticles -- Laser Investigations of Stored Metal Cluster Ions -- Studies of Clusters and Biomolecules ín ELIS A -- Molecular Ions and Nanoparticles in RF and AC Traps --
Carbon Cluster Ions For a Study of the Accuracy of ISOLTRAP -- 10. Atomic physics with antiparticles -- Atomic Spectroscopy and Collisions Using Slow Antiprotons — the ASACUSA Experiment at CERN-AD -- Practical Uses of Antiprotons --
Energy Levels of Hydrogenlike Kaonic Atoms -- High-Precision Calculation of the Fine and Hyperfine Structure Splittings of Antiprotonic Helium-3,4 Atoms -- Time-Dependent Coupled-Channel Calculations of the Annihilation Rate in
Positron-Hydrogen Collisions -- Measurement of the Strong Interaction Shift and Width of the Ground State of Pionic Hydrogen -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Inorganic Chemistry
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Title:Many-Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters, and Surfaces
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (518 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1311-7
Contents:1. Experimental study of interferences in non-coplanar (e,2e) cross sections -- 2. Ionization of laser oriented sodium atoms by polarized electrons -- 3. Time-dependent calculation of electron-hydrogen single differential ionization
cross sections using pseudostates -- 4. (e,2e) processes on isoelectronic hydrogen- and alkali-like ions: Scaling laws -- 5. Asymptotics of the helium bound states -- 6. An application of the Coulomb scattering theory to ionization
processes -- 7. Exact versus local exchange in distorted-wave Born calculations of electron impact ionisation -- 8. On the influence of using Dirac-Fock rather than density functional Potentials in the relativistic DWBA approximation
-- 9. Effective potential study of (e,2e) processes with polarized electrons -- 10. Low energy (e,2e) ionization of argon in the equal energy sharing geometry -- 11. Low energy inner-valence electron impact ionization of argon -- 12.
Electron-electron coincidence studies in Xenon with precisely tailored equipment -- 13. Influence of post collision interaction on the line-shape of auger-electron spectra in electron impact ionisation -- 14. Direct observations of
satellite and inner-valence states of Xe2+ -- 15. Spin-Flip transitions for the resonantly excited Xe*(6p3/2)N5O2,3O2,3 Auger spectrum -- 16. Multiple scattering processes in ion atom single ionisation -- 17. Rescattering of an atomic
electron in a time-dependent field -- 18. Recent progress in theory of atomic double photoionization -- 19. The double ionisation of helium by both photon and electron impact -- 20. Is the optical limit approached in coplanar (e,3e)
experiments on He at high and intermediate energies? -- 21. The role of the momentan transfer in (e,3e) collisions on helium -- 22. Electron-impact double ionization to investigate electron correlation -- 23. (e,3e) as a two-step
process -- 24. (e,3e) processes: A brief theoretical review and new ideas -- 25. On the importance of the second order term for double excitation processes of helium by charged particles -- 26. (PS, E+E-) -- 27. Differential
measurements of single and multiple ionisation of argon by positron impact -- 28. A multi-technique investigation of doubly-excited states of N2 -- 29. Fragment ion-photon coincidence (FIPCO) study of dissociative ionization
accompanying light emission by electron impact on hydrocarbon molecules -- 30. An electron momentan spectroscopy study on molecules having two equivalent functional groups -- 31. Study of multicapture cross sections using
multicoincidence technique in Xe30+ on C60 collisions -- 32. On the role of screening in metallic clusters -- 33. Assorted remarks on density functional theory -- 34. (e,2e) studies of Condensed matter: A review of recent results --
35. Theory of electron- and photon-induced two-electron emission from surfaces -- 36. (e,2e) spectroscopy of high-Tc cuprate oxides -- 37. Double-electron photoemission from surfaces -- 38. The electronic structure of Ag/Cu(100) and
Pd/Cu(100) surface alloys studied by Auger-photoelectron coincidence spectroscopy -- 39. The effect of confinement in double photoemission -- 40. Semiclassical study of the rydberg atoms near a metal surface
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Title:Impact Spectropolarimetric Sensing
Author(s): S. A Kazantsev
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (361 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4839-3
Contents:1. Physical Introduction: Concepts, Phenomenology, Retrospectives, Applications -- 1.1. Polarization of Atomic Ensembles in Ionized Media -- 1.2. Polarization of Solar Flare Emission -- 1.3. Impact Polarization -- 1.4. Gas Discharge
Studies -- 1.5. Collisional Kinetics of Polarization -- 1.6. Spectropolarimetric Sensing -- 1.7. Polarization Effects in the Earth Atmosphere -- 2. Polarization of a Photon Beam -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Wave Function of a Photon --
2.3. Momentum, Spin, and Parity of a Photon -- 2.4. Rotation Matrix -- 2.5. Spinors -- 2.6. Relationship between the Polarization Direction and Characteristics of a Photon -- 2.7. Relationship between Stokes Parameters and the
Characteristics of an Optical Field -- 2.8. Concluding Remarks -- 3. Theory of Collisional Spectropolarimetric Effects -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Density Matrix of an Atomic Ensemble -- 3.3. Polarization Density Matrix -- 3.4.
Polarization Moments of the Density Matrix -- 3.5. Physical Meaning of Polarization Moments -- 3.6. Polarization Moments and Spectral Characteristics of an Atomic Ensemble -- 3.7. Density Matrix Relaxation Theory -- 3.8. Collisional
Evolution of Polarization Moments -- 3.9. Interaction with an Electromagnetic Field -- 3.10. Impact Alignment Cross Section -- 3.11. Anisotropic Collisional Relaxation of Excited Hydrogen Atoms -- 3.12. Spectropolarimetric Effects for
Angular Correlation Experiments -- 3.13. Concluding Remarks -- 4. Fast Particle Collision with a Heavy Atomic Target -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Born Expansion of the Scattering Amplitude -- 4.3. The Glauber Approximation -- 4.4. The
System of Impact Parameter Equations -- 4.5. Concluding Remarks -- 5. Theory of Anisotropic Collisional Relaxation -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Symmetry of the Collisional Relaxation Cross Section Matrix -- 5.3. Rate Constants of
Collisional Relaxation in Case of Partial Anisotropy -- 5.4. Distribution Functions of Relative Velocities -- 5.5. Collisional Relaxation of Polarization Moments under Intermultiplet Mixing -- 5.6. Anisotropie Collisional Alignment of
a Narrow Multiplet -- 5.7. Anisotropie Relaxation and Polarization of Light -- 5.8. Depolarizing Collisions with Charged Particles -- 5.9. Concluding Remarks -- 6. Theory of Charge Exchange Polarization -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2.
Theory of an Electron in the Field of Two Coulomb Centers -- 6.3. Distorted Wave Approximation Theory -- 6.4. Pseudolevel Technique for Computing the Polarization of Ions -- 6.5. Concluding Remarks -- 7. Spectropolarimeters for Solar
Problems -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Spectropolarimetric Techniques of Meudon Observatory (France) -- 7.3. Polarimetric Observations in the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory (Ukraine) -- 7.4. The Spectropolarimeter of the Institute of
Solar and Terrestrial Physics (Irkutsk, Russia) -- 7.5. Solar Spectropolarimeter of Sacramento Peak Observatory (USA) -- 7.6. Concluding Remarks -- 8. Solar Flare Observations at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory (Ukraine) -- 8.1.
Introduction -- 8.2. Technique of Observation and Data Processing -- 8.3. Degree of Polarization along the Hydrogen H? Line -- 8.4. Spatial Distribution of the Degree of Polarization -- 8.5. Orientation of the Polarization Plane --
8.6. Concluding Remarks -- 9. Observations of Polarization Effects at the Irkutsk Institute of Solar and Terrestrial Physics (Russia) -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Spectropolarimetric Parameters of H? and H? Lines for the Flare on
15.09.1981 -- 9.3. Spectropolarimetric Parameters of the Active Region 5669 (SGD) on 07.09.1989 -- 9.4. Detection of the Linear Polarization of the Flare on 16.05.1991 -- 9.5. Concluding Remarks -- 10. Solar Flare Observations at
Meudon Observatory (France) -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Linear Polarization of Emission of the Flare on 17.05.1980 -- 10.3. Spectropolarimetric Effects of the Flare on 15.07.1980 -- 10.4. Spectropolarimetric Features of Three Flares
on 11.07.1982 -- 10.5. Polarization Effects of the Emission of Two Flares on 17.07.1982 -- 10.6. Concluding Remarks -- 11. Spectropolarimetric Measurements of Mustaches -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Polarization of Emission of
Mustaches near the Solar Limb -- 11.3. Spectropolarimetric Measurements of Mustaches with an H? Filter -- 11.4. Improved Spectropolarimetric Observations of Mustaches on 14.11.1985 -- 11.5. Observations of Mustaches at Baikal
Astrophysical Observatory -- 11.6. Observations of Mustaches at Sacramento Peak Observatory -- 11.7. Concluding Remarks -- 12. Methodology of Impact Spectropolarimetric Sensing -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Spectropolarimetric Sensing
Using Ground-Based Observations -- 12.3. Role of the Solar Magnetic Field -- 12.4. Linear Polarization of H? and H? Hydrogen Lines in the Born Approximation -- 12.5. Linear Polarization of the H? Hydrogen Line in the Glauber
Approximation -- 12.6. Linear Polarization of H? and H? Hydrogen Lines by the Impact Parameter Method -- 12.7. Linear Polarization of the L? Hydrogen Line -- 12.8. Concluding Remarks -- 13. Impact Spectropolarimetric Diagnostics of
Nonthermal Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Energy Transport into the Chromospheric Region of a Solar Flare -- 13.3. Determination of Proton Energy for the Flare on 16.05.1991 -- 13.4. Impact
Spectropolarimetric Sensing for the Flare on 15.09.1981 -- 13.5. Impact Spectropolarimetric Sensing of Mustaches -- 13.6. Concluding Remarks -- 14. Conclusions -- References
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Title:Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Collective Excitations in Solids
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (671 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-5835-4
Contents:Nonlinear Optics and Collective Excitations -- Fundamentals of Spectroscopy of Collective Excitations in Solids -- Light-Matter Interaction – Experimental Aspects -- Theoretical Description of Collective Excitations: Bloch Equations
and Relaxation Mechanisms -- Linear and Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy: Spectral, Temporal and Spatial Resolution -- The Study of Collective Excitations in Solids by Inelastic Neutron Scattering -- Excitation Dynamics in Organic
Molecules, Solids, Fullerenes and Polymers -- The IR Vibrational Properties of Composite Solids and Particles: The Lyddane-Sachs-Teller Relation Revisited -- Intrinsic Localized Modes in Anharmonic Lattices -- Collective Excitations in
Magnetic Materials -- Plasmons and Surface Plasmons in Bulk Metals, Metallic Clusters, and Metallic Heterostructures -- Enlightenment on Luminescent Materials -- Techniques of Ultrafast Spectroscopy -- Interaction of Ultrashort Laser
Pulses with Solids -- Collective Excitations in the Optical Spectroscopy of Magnetic Insulators -- Long Seminars -- Spectroscopy and Development of Solid State Lasers at Nasa -- New Developments of Laser Crystals -- Optical Excitation
and Relaxation of Solids with Defects -- Newly Developed Solid State Lasers -- Energy Transfer and Migration of Excitation in Solids and Confined Structures -- Broad Band Centers Applied for Laser Materials: Example of Tetrahedrally
Coordinated Centers -- Interdisciplinary Lectures -- Cosmology: The Universe in Evolution -- Unification of the Fundamental Interactions: Problems and Perspectives -- Short Seminars -- Determination of Two Dimensional Electron Gas
Population Enhancement within Illuminated Semiconductor Heterostructures by Persistent Photoconductivity -- Excitons in J-Aggregates: Beyond the Heitler-London Approximation -- Photochemistry of Vibrationally Excited HCl in Rare Gas
Matrices -- Nonlinear Wake in the Random-Phase Approximation -- Scanning Tunneling Optical Spectroscopy on Nanostructures -- Dynamics of Luminescence and Bleaching of Localized States in CdS1-xSex -- Intermolecular Interactions in
Supramolecular Systems Based on Chlorophyll-Related Compounds -- High-Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of Gaseous Samples -- Collisional Effects on the Lineshape of Ammonia Transitions -- Numerical and Analytical Calculations of the
Superheating Field for a Superconducting Half-Space -- MBE Cleaved Edge Overgrowth of Quantum Wires -- Excitons in C60 Studied by Temperature Dependent Optical Second-Harmonic Generation -- The Simulation of Energy-Level Schemes of
Selected Rare Earth Oxyfluorides -- Plasma Modes in Layered Metallic Systems -- Relaxations and Losses in a Photoacoustic Resonator -- Formation of Large Bipolarons -- Near-Infrared to Visible Upconversion in Cs2NaYX6: 10% Er3+ (X=C1,
Br) -- Structural Aspects of Energy Transfer in Cubic Crystals -- 300 V Cathodoluminescent Efficiency and Degradation -- Application of Spectral Hole-Burning in Combination with Holographic Recording Techniques -- Lanthanides Probes
Spectroscopy at Araraquara — Brazil -- FROG- A Method for Ultrashort Pulse Measurement -- Absorption Edge Singularities for a Nonequilibrium Fermi Sea -- The Femtosecond Fifth-Order Nonlinear Response of Nuclear Motion in Liquids --
Laser Processes and Optical Nonlinearities in ZnSe-based Heterostructures -- Optical Properties of Er3+ Doped Disordered Melilite Laser Material -- Rate Equation Modeling of Tm ? Ho Energy Transfer in LiYF4 -- Spectroscopy of Excited
States in CdSe Quantum Dots -- Two-photon Spectroscopy of ZnSe under Uniaxial Stress -- Posters -- Nonlinear Quantum Hydrodynamic Model for the Electron Gas -- Optical Properties of InGaAs/GaAs Quantum Well Heterostructures: Excitation
Energy Dependence -- LIBS Technique for Environmental Measurements -- Yb3+-Doped Nonlinear LiNbO3: Elaboration by Laser Heated Pedestal Growth and Optical Properties -- Investigation of Striae Patterns in Laser Crystals -- Spin Quantum
Beats in GaAs -- Real-time Spectroscopy of Cage Relaxation Process Applied to NO Embedded in Rare Gas Crystal -- Application of the Shell Model for Cross Relaxation to the 4G5/2 State of Sm3+ in Cs2NaSmxGd1-xCl6 -- A New Quantum Effect
in the Dynamics of a Two-mode Field Coupled to a Two-level Atom by Two-photon Processes -- UV Emission in Natural Diamonds -- Influence of the Cross-Relaxation on ESA-Process in Tm3+ Doped Fluorophosphate Glass -- A Physical
Characterization of the Ground State of the Spin-Boson Interaction -- Nanoscale Carbon Nanotubes Studied by Raman Spectroscopy -- Optical Studies on GaN Samples -- Ultra High Spectral Density Flat Continuum Light Source for Dynamic
Spectroscopy -- Luminescence of ZnSe Films -- Summary of the School -- Picture of the Participants -- Participants
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Chemistry , Analytical Chemistry , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography
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Title:Microbeam and Nanobeam Analysis
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (4 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-6555-3
Contents:Monte Carlo Simulation Techniques for Quantitative X-Ray Microanalysis -- Transport Equation Approach to Electron Microbeam Analysis: Fundamentals and Applications -- Use of Soft X-Rays in Microanalysis -- Intensity Measurement of
Wavelength Dispersive X-Ray Emission Bands: Applications to the Soft X-Ray Region -- Synchrotron Radiation Induced X-ray Microfluorescence Analysis -- Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission — A Quantitative Technique Suitable for
Microanalysis -- Cathodoluminescence Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Semiconductors and Wide Bandgap Insulating Materials -- Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) -- Three-Dimensional Nanoanalysis with the
Tomographic Atom-Probe -- Microanalysis at Atomic Resolution -- Composition of Vanadium Carbides Formed by Solidification in Fe-V-C-M Alloys: Influence of Additions (M = Al, Cu, Mo) -- Electron Transmission Coefficient for Oblique
Angle of Incidence -- Depth Distribution Function for Oblique Angle of Incidence -- Simulation of EDS Spectra Using X-RES Software -- On the Use of the GeL? Line in Thin Film X-Ray Microanalysis of Si1-x Gex/Si Heterostructures --
Computer Simulations of the X-Ray Intensity Distribution from Submicron Particles Embedded in a Matrix -- Determination of Rare Earth Elements in Biological and Mineral Apatite by EPMA and LAMP-ICP-MS -- Quantitative Analysis of the
Compound Layer of Plasma Nitrided Pure Iron -- Correction of the Edge Effect in Auger Electron Microscopy -- Low Energy Imaging of Nonconductive Surfaces in SEM -- Investigation of the Bonding Mechanism of Glass Ceramic Layers on Metal
Alloys -- Monte Carlo Method for Quantitative Analysis of Bulk and Layered Samples -- SIMS Linescan Profiling of Chemically Bevelled Semiconductors: a Method of Overcoming Ion Beam Induced Segregation in Depth Profiling -- Experimental
Verification of Theoretical Models Simulating the Temperature Increase in EPMA of Glass -- Quantitation of Mineral Elements of Different Fruit Pollen Grains -- Electron Beam Induced Migration of Alkaline Ions in Silica Glass --
Application of the Boltzmann Transport Equation in the Thickness Determination of Thin Films -- Characterisation of the Shape of Microparticles via Fractal and Fourier Analyses of Scanning Electron Microscope Images -- Calculation of
the Surface Ionisation Using Analytical Models of Electron Backscattering -- Thickness Determination of Thin Insulating Layers -- High Energy and Angular Resolution Dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry -- EPMA and Mass Spectrometry
of Soil and Grass Containing Radioactivity from the Nuclear Accident at Chernobyl -- Application of a New Monte Carlo Simulation Algorithm to Electron Probe Microanalysis -- Topography Development on Single Crystal MgO Under Ion Beam
Bombardment -- Determination of SPM TIP Shape Using Polystyrene Latex Balls -- Combined Characterization of Nanostructures by AEM and STM -- Study of Quasi-Fractal Many-Particle-Systems and Percolation Networks by Zero-Loss
Spectroscopic Imaging, Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Digital Image Analysis -- Calculation of Bremsstrahlung Spectra for Multilayer Samples -- Thickness Measurement of Thin Films by EPMA — Influence of ? (0), MAC’s and
Substrate -- A Simple Procedure to Check the Spectral Response of an EDX Detector -- Virtual WDS -- Monte Carlo Simulation Program with a Free Configuration of Specimen and Detector Geometries -- Barriers to Energy Dispersive
Spectrometry with Low Energy X-Rays -- Measurements of Ga1-xAlxAs Layers on GaAs with EDS -- The Relative Intensity Factor for La Radiation Considering the Different Mass Absorption of La and L? Radiation -- Determination of the
Solubility of Cerium in BaTiO3 by Quantitative WDS Electron Probe Microanalysis -- Simulation of X-Ray Diffraction Profiles of Gradually Relaxed Epilayers -- Monte Carlo Simulation of Electron Scattering for Arbitrary 2D Structures
Using a Modified Quadtree Geometry Discretization -- Chemical-Bond Characterization of Nanostructures by EELS -- Local Determination of Carbon by Combining Beta-Autoradiography and Electron Microprobe Analysis -- The Check of the
Elastic Scattering Model in Monte-Carlo Simulation -- True Colour X-Ray Vision for Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis -- Determination of the Oxidation States of Nb by Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- Study by SIMS of the 54Cr and 18O
Diffusion in Cr2 O3 and in Cr2O3 Scales -- Comparison of Back-Foil Scanning X-Ray Microfluorescence and Electron Probe X-Ray Microanalysis for the Elemental Characterisation of Thin Coatings -- Electron Probe X-Ray Microanalysis of
Coatings -- Analysis of Layers: X-Ray Maps of Change in Thickness Obtained by Electron Macroprobe -- Comparison of Simulated and Experimental Auger Intensities of Au, Pt, Ni and Siin Absolute Units -- Practical Aspects and Applications
of EPMA at Low Electron Energies -- Oxidation and Reduction Processes of Be/BeO Induced by Electrons
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Physical chemistry , Solid state physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Materials , Thin films , Chemistry , Analytical Chemistry , Physical Chemistry , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Title:Recent Advances in Plasma Diagnostics / Diagnostika Plasmy / Диагностика Плазмы Volume 3: Corpuscular, Correlation, Bolometric, and Other Techniques
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (73 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-7577-7
Contents:Measurements of the Ion Temperature in Plasmas from Neutron Radiation -- Absolute Scintillation Measurements of Neutron Pulses Generated in a Hot Plasma -- Semiconductor Detectors for Recording Fluxes of Hydrogen Ions with Energies of
1-15 keV -- Recording and Energy Analysis of Low-Energy H1+,H2+, and He+ Ions by Means of Surface-Barrier Silicon Counters -- Device for Plasma Diagnostics with a Multicomponent Beam of Fast Neutral Particles -- Flight-Type Mass
Spectrometers for Research on Plasma Bursts -- Experimental Method for Investigating the Energy Losses and the Stability of a Plasma in Toroidal Chambers of the Tokamak Type by Means of a Bolometric Probe -- Thermocouple Method for
Determining the Energy Losses in a Plasma and the Distribution of the Energy Losses over the Diaphragm of the Discharge Chamber -- Investigation of the Space- and Time-Dependent Emission Characteristics of a Pulsed Toroidal Penning
Discharge -- Measurement of the Correlation Functions of the Light-Emission Intensity in a Plasma-Beam Discharge -- Application of a Correlation Technique for Investigations of the Turbulent Plasma in the Alpha Device -- Investigation
of Ionic Cyclotron Oscillations in a Plasma by Means of a Fast-Response Analyzer of the Frequency Spectrum
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Title:Nuclear Shapes and Nuclear Structure at Low Excitation Energies
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Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3342-9
Contents:I- Introduction -- Introductory Remarks -- Panoramic New Vistas of Nuclei in and near Their Ground States -- Nuclear Shapes and Nuclear Structure at Low Excitation Energies: Theoretical Aspects -- Atomic Physics and Nuclear Properties
-- II - Atomic Methods in Nuclear Spectroscopy -- Progress in Atomic Physics Experiments on Nuclear Properties -- Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy of Rare-Earth Elements at Iris Facility -- Atomic Spectroscopy as a Probe of Parity
Non-Conserving Effects in the Nucleus -- Isotope Shifts and Hyperfine Structure in Polonium Isotopes by Atomic Beam Laser Spectroscopy -- III- Single Particles Aspect -- Single-Particle Response Function:Complementary Aspects of
(e,e’p) and Transfer Reactions -- Intruder States and Low Energy Nuclear Spectroscopy -- Rotational Structures and Residual Interactions in Doubly Odd Nuclei -- Collective and Quasi-Particle Degrees of Freedom in178Hf -- Diabatic
Effects and Shape Coexistence in Neutron Deficient Pb Isotopes -- IV - Multiphonon States -- Low-Energy Multiphonon States in Deformed Nuclei -- Low-Lying Vibrational States in Deformed Nuclei -- V - Shapes and Coexistence -- Algebraic
Approaches to Nuclear Structure -- Shape Coexistence in the Pb Region -- Population of the Oblate and Prolate Systems in 187Au Produced at Various Beam Energies in Two Different Reactions -- The Shell Model Distribution of Nuclear
Shapes -- Magnetic Dipole Excitations of Heavy Nonspherical Nuclei -- VI - Octupoles -- Reflection-Asymmetric Shapes in Atomic Nuclei -- Electric Transition Strengths in Octupole Nuclei Measured by Coulomb Excitation -- Open Questions
on the Low-Energy Negative-Parity Excitations -- VII - Superdeformation -- Microscopic Description of Superdeformation at Low Spin -- Superdeformation:An Experimental Review -- Thallium Isotopes:A Set of “Identical” Superdeformed Bands
-- Microscopic Description of Quadrupole and Octupole Modes in the Superdeformation Region of 192Hg -- VIII - Exotic Nuclei -- Isospin Forbidden ? Transitions to Low-Lying 0+ States and the Effect on Superallowed Decay Rates -- Nuclei
Far from Stability and the R-Process Waiting-Point Concept -- Emission of Neutrons and the Neutron Halo of 11Li -- Search for New Radioactivities at the Proton Drip-Line -- Internal Conversion Anomaly around A=187 -- Exploration of the
Neutron-Rich Mass Surface from 11Li to 66Fe -- IX - Chaos -- Statistical Properties of Complete Level Schemes -- X - Experimental Techniques -- Nuclear Moments by Orientation Methods -- High-Accuracy Mass Determination of Unstable Rb,
Sr, Cs, Ba, Fr and Ra Isotopes with a Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer -- ?-Ray Spectroscopy of Relativistic Fragments:A Novel Technique -- Lifetime Measurements in Medium Heavy Nuclei Using the Gamma Ray Induced Doppler Broadening
(GRID) Technique -- Post Acceleration of Radioactive Beams:A New Tool for Nuclear Physics Studies -- In Beam Nuclear Polarization of Radioactive Ion Beams -- XI - Conclusion -- Concluding Remarks -- Participants
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Title:General Principles of Quantum Field Theory
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (695 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0491-0
Contents:I Elements of Functional Analysis and the Theory of Functions -- Synopsis -- 1. Preliminaries on Functional Analysis -- 2. The Technique of Generalized Functions -- 3. Lorentz-Covariant Generalized Functions -- 4. The
Jost-Lehmann-Dyson Representation -- 5. Analytic Functions of Several Complex Variables -- II Relativistic Quantum Systems -- Synopsis -- 6. Algebra of Observables and State Space -- 7. Relativistic Invariance in Quantum Theory -- III
Local Quantum Fields and Wightman Functions -- Synopsis -- 8. The Wightman Formalism -- 9. Analytic Properties of Wightman Functions in Coordinate Space -- 10. Fields in an Indefinite Metric -- 11. Examples: Explicitly Soluble
Two-Dimensional Models -- IV Collision Theory. Axiomatic Theory of the S-Matrix -- Synopsis -- 12. Haag-Ruelle Scattering Theory -- 13. Lehmann-Symanzik-Zimmermann Formalism -- 14. The S-Matrix Method -- V Causality and the Spectral
Property: The Origins of the Analytic Properties of the Scattering Amplitude -- Synopsis -- 15. Analyticity with respect to Momentum Transfer and Dispersion Relations -- 16. Analytic Properties of the Four-Point Green’s Function -- 17.
Consequences for High-Energy Elementary Processes -- Commentary on the Bibliography and References -- References -- Index of Notation
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Title:Microclusters Proceedings of the First NEC Symposium, Hakone and Kawasaki, Japan, October 20–23, 1986
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Size:1 online resource (292 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83064-8
Contents:I Shell Model -- Shell Structure in Clusters -- SIMS Experiments on Metal Cluster Ions -- Stability of Alkali Metal Clusters -- II Electronic Structure -- Electron Correlations and Chemical Bonding in Aggregates — a Simplified
Approach -- Phenomenological and Microscopic Theories of Structure -- Electronic Structure of Microclusters -- Electronic Structure of Small Clusters -- Electronic Structure, Cohesion, and Effective Interatomic Potentials in Small
Transition Metal Particles -- Force Calculation in Density Functional and Muffin-Tin Orbital Framework -- The Electronic Structure of Transition Metal Clusters -- Theoretical Study of the Electronic Structure of CO Adsorbed on Small Cu
Clusters -- III New Experiments -- Optical and Dynamical Properties of Metal Clusters -- Molecular Surfaces: Chemistry and Physics of Gas Phase Clusters -- Multiphoton Ionization of Sodium Halide Clusters -- Dynamical Aspects of
Molecular Clusters Studied by Multiphoton Ionization Technique -- Production of Metal Clusters by Nozzle Beam Expansion and Analysis by TOF Mass Spectrometry -- Size Dependence of Photoluminescence in CdSe Clusters -- IV Dynamical
Processes -- Equilibrium Structures and Dynamical Processes in Microclusters -- Many Body Effects on Static and Dynamical Properties of Si, C, and K Microclusters -- Total Energy Surfaces: (S8)n -- Theoretical Study on
Photodissociation Processes of Lithium Metal Microclusters -- Ionization of Clusters in Collision with High-Rydberg Excited Rare Gas Atoms -- Theory of Electron Attachment of Van der Waals Microclusters -- Time Evolution of Electronic
States in Microclusters -- V Structural Fluctuations -- Some Experiments on Structural Instability of Small Particles of Metals -- Melting and Freezing of Microclusters from Analytics and Simulations -- Dynamics of Transition-Metal
Clusters -- VI Larger Microclusters -- Energy-Level Statistics of Metal Particles -- Cluster Reaction from the Viewpoint of Nuclear Reaction -- Stability of a Charged Small Particle Against Surface Shape Fluctuations -- VII
Semiconductor Clusters -- Production and Photofragmentation of Semiconductor Clusters and Cluster Ions -- Dynamical Characteristics of Laser Vaporization Process in Group IV Elements -- Localized Orbital Approach to Carbon Clusters --
Electronic and Structural Theory of Group-IV Microclusters -- Effects of Electrostatic Field on the Electronic Structure of Microclusters -- Quantum Box: Gallium Arsenide Microclusters Embedded in Aluminum Arsenide -- Electronic
Structure of the Superatom -- Index of Contributors -- Picture of Participants
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIIth International Colloquium Held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, September 5–11, 1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (521 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0016103
Contents:The use and ultimate validity of invariance principles -- Cohomology and contraction: The “non-relativistic” limit revisited -- Linearization — A unified approach -- Weyl kinematical groups of electromagnetic and energy-momentum
tensors -- From spinors to probability amplitudes of external and internal variables for spinning particles -- A characterizatton of factor systems of locally-operating representations -- Recent developments on shift operators --
Unitary and non-unitary, multiplicity free irreducible representations of SL (3,R) -- The symmetry group of a differential equation -- Group contractions and the E(2)-like little group for massless particles as an
infinite-momentum/zero-mass limit of the 0(3)-like little group for massive particles -- Representation approach to lattices of subgroups of space groups -- Young tableaux for the Lie superalgebra OSP(M/N) -- The associated Lie Algebra
of $$\ddot x$$ + f2 $$\dot x$$ + f1x = f0 -- Three-dimensional commutative diagram of group homomorphisms -- Indecomposable representations of Verma type -- Some recent results on the SU(3)? SO(3) state labelling problem -- Irreducible
projective representations of the generalized symmetric groups B n m -- Indecomposable representations of some graded Lie Algebras -- Stephen Paneitz: A brief appreciation -- Indecomposable representations of the Poincare group and
associated fields -- SL(n,R)/SO(n) unirreps and group decontraction -- Hysteresis & universal bifurcation in natural processes -- Irreducible representations of the basic classical Lie superalgebras SU(m/n) SU(n/n)/U(1) OSp(m/2n) D(2/1
? ) G(3) F(4). -- Group representations in indefinite metric spaces -- Tensor operator realisations of the classical Lie Algebras and non-trivial zeros of the 6j-symbol -- Yang - Baxter algebras of dynamical charges in the chiral gross
- Neveu model -- Subgroups of Lie groups and symmetry reduction for nonlinear partial differential equations -- Spinorial description of Lie superalgebras -- Noetherian symmetries, backlund transformation and conservation laws for a
completely integrable three dimensional system -- Einstein equations without killing vectors, self-dual Yang-Mills field and non-linear sigma models (integrability properties, links, new solutions) -- Jet bundle technique, Lie Bäcklund
vector fields and diffusion equations -- A group-theoretic treatment of Gaussian optics and third-order aberrations -- Study of Michel's conjecture -- Conformally invariant solutions of Yang-Mills equations in Minkowski space -- Two
body relativistic scattering with an 0(1,1) symmetric sqaure well potential -- Emergence of central extension of Kac-Moody algebra in quantum integrable models -- Cohomological interpretation of anomalies the example of the trace
anomaly -- On pure, conformal and exotic spinors -- Pohlmeyer-type transformations in general relativity -- On group covariance and the law of motion in a generalized metric theory -- Minimalization of Higgs potentials with application
to the SU(5) model -- Self-dual monopoles and calorons -- U(1) Invariant hierarchy theories in d-dimension antisymmetric gauge tensor fields -- Generalized connection forms with linearized curvature -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in S4
De Sitter space -- Applications of conformal invariance to gauge Quantum Field Theory -- On the necessity of breaking colour SUC(3) symmetry -- Massive vector superfields with SU(2) internal symmetry -- Supergravity in
eleven-dimensional space-time -- Dimensional reduction of exceptional gauge groups and flavor chirality -- Seven - Spheres from octonions -- A solution of Bianchi identities for extended supergravities -- N=2 unconstrained superfield
supergravity from hypermultiplet -- Euclidean supersymmetries in three and four dimensions -- Gauge theories in higher dimensions: Linear relations for gauge fields, integrability conditions, spherical symmetry in eight dimensions --
Quantum vortices and diff (?3) -- The time dependent Sp(2,?) model for the breathing mode -- The quark structure of nuclei from a group theoretical viewpoint -- Group theoretic approach to spherical anharmonic oscillator -- Operator
averages and orthogonalities -- Advances in the theory of collective motion in nuclei -- Quantum effects in classical phase space: Symplectic structures associated to the scattering of nuclear fragments -- Gamow states in momentum
representation -- Geometry of nuclear collective motions -- Is it possible to separate the kinetic energy and the velocity field into a collective and an intrinsic part W.R.T. the GL+(3,)R) collectivity? -- Computer generated
Clebsch-Gordan (C-G) coefficients for space groups -- Automorphism symmetries of space group representations -- Lattices of symmetric groups S5 and S6 and exomorphism of group-subgroup relations up to index 6 -- A direct-expansion
method for tensor properties of crystals -- Isotropy groups of space groups — A simple method for their determination -- Landau's theory of crystalline phase transitions in a superspace formulation -- Symmetry breaking in solid state
and particle physics -- Counterexamples to the maximality conjecture of Landau-Higgs models -- Some mathematical problems in renormalization group theory -- On the Racah algebra for Shubnikov magnetic groups -- On periodic and
non-periodic space fillings of Em obtained by projection -- Invariants for physically irreducible representations of space groups -- On symmetry aspects of phase transitions with coupled parameters -- Quasisymmetry (P-symmetry) in
crystals -- Braid groups and Euclidean Lie algebras in statistical mechanics of spin systems -- Phase coexistence in many-fermion systems -- Mean field renormalization group approach to lattice models -- Linear-antilinear
representations of magnetic line groups -- Anderson transition and nonlinear ?-model -- Do energy bands in solids have an identity -- Coupling coefficients for the space group of the hexagonal close-packed structure -- Harmonic
analysis on phase space and Born's metric for space time -- Generalized Chebyshev polynomials and characters of GL(N,C) and SL(N,C) (fragments of results) -- Tensor operators as an extension of the universal enveloping algebra -- A
group-theoretical criterion for an Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state -- Group theory algebras and bosonization -- SO(3) commutators for angular momentum and rotation observables -- Integrals of motion of nonstationary quantum systems --
Geometric properties of the lowest energy state for a polynomial Hamiltonian -- Groupes différentiels et physique mathématique -- Gauge invariance and canonical transformations in Dirac generalized mechanics
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Title:Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories Proceedings of the Second International Conference Held at Oaxtepec, Mexico, January 12–17, 1981
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (182 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018134
Contents:Mean-field approximations to the many-body S-matrix -- Quantum mean-field theory of collective dynamics and tunneling -- Modern theories of irreversible phenomena and entropy Some applications to nuclear physics -- Non trivial
Hartree-Fock studies in the thermodynamic limit -- Nuclear forces and nuclear matter including pions and isobars -- Recent developments in the bonn potential and its application in nuclear matter -- Search for basic properties of the
nucleon-nucleon interaction -- Relativistic quantum field approach to nuclear matter and nuclei -- Path integrals, boson expansions and mean field approximations -- Applications of generalized holstein-primakoff transformations to
problems of nuclear collective motion -- Theory of metal surfaces: Variational calculation using a correlated wave function -- Many-body effects in the optical properties of quasi-two dimensional systems -- Non-local effects in the
electromagnetic properties of interfaces -- Calculation of the coefficients of the nuclear mass formula -- Coupled clusters and coulomb correlations -- Calculation of gaps of superconductors by Coupled Cluster Methods (CCM) --
Correlated Bcs theory -- Microscopic Parameters for Superconductivity -- Phonons in superconducting Pd-H(D) alloys using the coherent potential approximation with off-diagonal disorder -- Recent progress in the understanding of
strongly coupled coulomb systems -- The perturbation theory approach to the ground state energy in an infinite fermion system -- Brueckner-bethe calculations of nuclear matter -- Coupled Cluster Description of Relativistic Many Body
Systems -- Variational matrix pade approximants applied to few body problems -- Nuclear matter and nuclear hamiltonian -- Excitations and transport in quantum liquids -- Quasiparticle properties in nuclear matter -- New approaches to
the study of collective excitations in strongly-interacting fermi systems -- Impurity quasiparticle as a weak inhomogeneity -- Effective free energy for nonlinear dynamics -- Green's function monte carlo and the many-fermion problem --
The stochastic solution of the many-body Schroedinger equation for fermions -- Recent developments and future prospects in CBF theory -- Optimal Jastrow correlations for Fermi liquids -- CBF perturbation corrections to the Jastrow
ground-state of the electron gas -- Correlations in bose fluids -- Model hamiltonian for superfluidity -- Consequences of defects on lattice vibrations semiclassical theory -- Spin-alignment in condensed atomic hydrogen -- The
born-green-yvon theory of fermion quantum fluids -- Statistical theories of large atoms and molecules -- Electrons, phonons and the optical properties of small metallic particles -- Atomic exchange energy as a density functional --
Liouvillian propagator technique for perturbed wave functions, level shifts and broadenings of composite particles in a many-body medium -- Density functionals from models of the electronic charge density -- Effective hamiltonian
theory: Recent formal results and non-nuclear applications -- Applications of moment methods to finite nuclei -- Variational calculations on light nuclei -- Study of light nuclei from 4He to 40Ca with the faht cluster expansion --
Three-body forces in nuclei -- Role of isobars in nuclear independent particle motion -- Hyperons in nuclear matter — an impurity problem -- Pion condensation, equation of state of dense matter and neutron stars -- Structure of
baryonic system with pion condensation and its implication in neutron star problems -- Nucleon superfluidity under pion condensation -- Spin-isospin order: critical density in nuclear matter and a possible realization in nuclei --
Group theory and collective degrees of freedom in nuclear many body systems -- List of Papers not contained in the Proceedings
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Title:Mathematical Methods and Applications of Scattering Theory Proceedings of a Conference Held at Catholic University Washington, D. C., May 21 – 25, 1979
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (334 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-10023-7
Contents:Multiple scattering of waves by correlated distributions -- The S-matrix and sonar echo structure -- Some applications of functional analysis in classical scattering -- Numerical methods for Helmholtz-type equations in unbounded
regions -- The role of surface waves in scattering processes of nuclear physics and acoustics -- Topics in radar scattering theory -- Coherent scattering from rough surfaces -- Application of a technique of Franklin and Friedman to
some problems in acoustics -- High-frequency signal propagation and scattering in guiding channels -- Scattering by moving bodies: The Quasi-Stationary approximation -- Variational methods for wave scattering from random systems --
Resonance theory and application -- Application of elastodynamic ray theory to diffraction by cracks: Theory and experiment -- Scattering of acoustic waves by elastic and viscoelastic obstacle of arbitary shaped immersed in water --
Multipole reasonances in elastic wave-scattering from cavities and in acoustic wave-scaterring from bubbles and droplets -- Scattering theory in the mixed representation -- Green and lanford revisited -- A two-Hilbert-space formulation
of multi-channel scattering theory -- Mathematical questions of quantum mechanics of many-body systems -- Scattering from point interactions -- Two problems with time-dependent Hamiltonians -- Translation invariance of N-particle
Schrodinger operators in homogeneous magnetic fields -- Wave operators for multi-channel long-range scattering -- Asymptotic completeness in classical three-body scattering -- Canonical scattering theory for relativistic particles --
Consistent models of spin 0 and 1/2 extended particles scattering in external fields -- Curved-space scattering -- Levinson's theorems and the quantum-mechanical partition function for plasmas -- A cluster expansion and
effective-potential representation of the three-body problem -- Quantum-statistical mechanics and scattering theory on homogeneous spaces of finite volume -- What do we know about the geometric nature of equations which can be solved
using the inverse scattering technique? -- Solitons, solutions of nonlinear evolution equations, and the inverse scattering transform -- Determining the final profiles from the initial profiles for the full three-dimensional three-wave
resonant interaction -- Ordinary differential equations of painleve-type and the inverse scattering transform -- Exact solutions for the three-dimensional schrödinger equation with quasi-local potentials obtained from a
three-dimensional Gel'fand-Levitan equation. Examples of totally reflectionless scattering -- The Jost-Kohn algorithm for inverse scattering -- Application of nonlinear techniques to the inverse problem -- N-dimensional fast fourier
transform tomography for incomplete information and its application to inverse scattering theory -- Two acoustical inverse problems in speech and hearing -- Development of physical optics inverse scattering techniques using radon
projection theory -- An iterative procedure for solving inverse scattering problems arising from active remote sensing -- One-dimensional velocity inversion for acoustic waves: Numerical results -- Inverse scattering theory: Exact and
approximate solutions -- Functional equation of inverse scattering for the schrödinger equation with continuous and discrete spectra (short note)
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Title:Microscopic Optical Potentials Proceedings of the Hamburg Topical Workshop on Nuclear Physics Held at the University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, September 25–27, 1978
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (481 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0115627
Contents:Nuclear matter approach to the nucleon-nucleus optical model -- Nuclear structure approach to the nucleon-nucleus optical model -- On the general theory of the nucleon optical potential -- Nucleon scattering from nuclei with nuclear
matter t-matrices -- Effective nuclear matter interactions applied to finite nuclei -- Effects of particle-vibration coupling on the hartree-fock potential -- The isospin dependence of the non-local optical potential -- Shell model
description of the optical model potential -- Three-body Bethe-Faddeev equations and single-particle potentials in nuclei -- The imaginary part of the nuclear optical potential and inelastic form factor -- Folding description of
elastic and inelastic scattering -- A new type of parameter systematics for proton-nucleus scattering -- L-dependent optical potentials: What experiment tells us about local density models -- Microscopic analysis of p-40Ca elastic
scattering at 30.3 MeV -- A semi-phenomenological analysis of proton elastic scattering -- Prominent features of proton elastic scattering on nuclei below A=70 at incident energies between 10 and 50 MeV -- Optical model proton
parameters at subcoulomb energies -- A new technique for measuring ratios of elastic scattering cross sections: An application to the calcium isotopes -- Propagation of a deuteron in nuclear matter and the spin dependence of the
deuteron optical potential -- Description of low energy deuteron scattering using multishell form factors -- Deuteron and 3He scattering: Discussion on the uniqueness of their optical potentials -- The form of the spin-orbit potential
for spin-1/2 particles -- Polarization effects in elastic scattering of 3He -- Sensitivity of alpha-decay to the real alpha-nucleus potential -- The effective surface potential for ? particles and its OCM justifications --
Fourier-bessel-analysis of alpha-particle scattering optical potentials and nuclear matter densities -- Validity of refined folding model approaches for light projectile scattering -- Energy dependence of the phenomenological ?-90Zr
optical potential -- Accurate optical potentials for elastic ?-particle scattering from nuclei around A=40 -- High energy alpha scattering used to study the uniqueness and shape of the optical potential -- Odd-even dependence of the
optical potential -- The imaginary part of the heavy ion optical potential -- Heavy ion folding potentials -- A microscopic nucleus-nucleus optical potential -- Long range absorption and other direct reaction components in the optical
potential -- Adiabatic and dynamic polarization effects in subcoulomb elastic scattering -- Optical models from experiments with oriented heavy ions -- Molecular states in heavy ion potentials -- Quantum corrections to optical
potentials -- The optical model in atomic physics -- The kaon-nucleus optical potential for kaonic atoms -- Summary
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Title:New Uses of Ion Accelerators
Author(s): Thomas A Cahill
Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (482 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-2169-9
Contents:1. Ion-Excited X-Ray Analysis of Environmental Samples -- I. Introduction -- II. General Considerations for Ion Beam Analysis of Environmental Samples -- III. Formalism and Optimization -- IV. The UCD/ARB Aerosol Analysis System -- V.
Ion-Excited X-Ray Analysis Programs -- 2: Material Analysis by Nuclear Backscattering -- A. Introduction -- B. Applications -- I. Introduction -- II. Ion Implantation -- III. Thin Films: Growth and Deposition -- IV. Thin Film
Reactions: Interdiffusion and Compound Formation -- V. Bulk Effects: Composition, Diffusion and Solubility -- VI. Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Formalism -- 1. Three Basic Concepts in Backscattering -- 2. Depth
Scale in Backscattering Analysis [S] -- 3. Height of an Energy Spectrum -- 4. Applications of Backscattering from Elemental Targets -- 5. Application of Backscattering to Compound Targets -- 3: Material Analysis by Means of Nuclear
Reactions -- Charged Particle Activation Analysis -- Charged Particle Activation Analysis — Examples -- Prompt Radiation Analysis -- Nonresonant Nuclear Reactions — Gamma Rays Observed -- Nonresonant Nuclear Reactions — Nuclear
Particles Observed -- Resonant Nuclear Reactions -- Summary -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 4: Lattice Location of Impurities in Metals and Semiconductors -- I. Introduction -- II. Impurity Detection -- III. The Channeling Technique
-- IV. Lattice Location Analysis -- V. Examples -- VI. Summary of the Literature on Channeling Lattice Location Data -- VII. Limitations -- VIII. Conclusions -- References -- 5: Ion Implantation in Metals -- Historical Perspective --
Friction and Wear -- Corrosion -- Ion Backscattering -- Titanium and Stainless Steel -- Zirconium -- Aluminum -- Copper -- Aqueous Corrosion -- Practical Applications in Corrosion -- Electrochemistry and Catalysis -- Implantation
Metallurgy -- Equipment for the Ion Implantation of Metals -- Conclusions -- References -- 6: Ion Implantation in Superconductors -- Definition of the Superconducting Parameters -- Influence of Radiation Damage on the Superconducting
Properties -- Influence of Implanted Ions on the Superconducting Transition Temperature -- Application to Superconducting Devices -- Conclusions -- References -- 7: Ion-Induced X-Rays from Gas Collisions -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
Collision Models -- 3. Measurements of Inner-Shell Excitations -- 4. Discussion of Typical Data -- 5. Summary -- References -- 8: Ion-Induced X-Rays in Solids -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Accelerators and Target Chambers -- 3. The
Detection and Analysis of X-Rays -- 4. The Use of Protons and Helium Ions to Generate X-Rays from Solid Targets -- 5. The Use of Heavy Ions to Generate X-Rays from Solid Targets -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Author Index
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Title:Physics of Hot Plasmas Scottish Universities’ Summer School 1968
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Date:1970
Size:1 online resource (455 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-8639-5
Contents:1. Introduction to Kinetic Theory of Plasma -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Application of the Boltzmann Equation to Plasmas -- 3. Transport Coefficients for Simple Gases -- 4. The Relaxation Approximation -- 5. The Lorentz Gas (I) -- 6. The
Lorentz Gas (II) -- 7. The Kinetic Equation for the Plasma -- 8. Some Properties of the Kinetic Equation -- 9. The Electron Correlation Function and Radiation Scatter -- 2. Advanced Kinetic Theory -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The
Balescu-Guernsey-Lenard Equation and its Properties -- 3. Klimontovich Equations of Plasma -- 4. Solution of the Linear Equations and Conventional Kinetic Theory -- 5. Justification of an Expansion of the Non-Linear Equations -- 6.
Wave Kinetic Equation to Lowest Order -- 7. Particle Kinetic Equation -- 8. Non-Linear Modifications -- 9. Formulation of the Problem of a Test Particle in a Magnetic Field -- 10. Conclusions -- 3. Plasma Waves and Oscillations -- 1.
Introduction -- 2. Magnetohydrodynamic Waves -- 3. Oscillations of a Two-Fluid Plasma -- 4. Oscillations of a Cold Plasma -- 5. Oscillations of a Hot Plasma -- 4. Plasma Instabilities -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Macroscopic Instabilities
-- 3. Microinstabilities -- 4. Non-Linear Effects -- 5. Finite Plasma Effects -- 5. Computational Problems in Plasma Physics and Controlled Thermonuclear Research -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Numerical Studies of Pinch Experiments -- 3.
Resistive Instability Calculations -- 4. Computation of Finite-Beta Equilibria -- 5. Numerical Solution of the Fokker-Planck Equations for a Plasma -- 6. Numerical Solution of the Vlasov Equation -- 6. Turbulence -- 1. Introduction --
2. Stochastic Acceleration -- 3. Weak Turbulence -- 4. The Experimental Situation -- 5. Conclusion -- 7. Collisionless Shocks -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Shock Formation -- 3. Laminar Shocks -- 4. Turbulent Shocks -- 8. Collisionless
Shock Waves -- I: A General Review -- II. The Tarantula Experiment -- 9. Laser Produced Plasmas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gas Breakdown -- 3. Properties of Laser produced Plasmas in Gases -- 4. Laser produced Plasmas using Solid Targets
and Single Particles -- 10. The Production and Containment of High Density Plasmas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Theta-Pinch -- 3. Shock Heating and Joule Heating -- 4. Radiation and Conduction Losses -- 5. Plasma Focus -- 6.
Containment Problems -- 7. Axial Losses -- 8. Consequences for Thermonuclear Systems -- 9. Toroidal Systems -- 11. Light Scattering Experiments -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Scattering from a Free Electron Gas -- 3. Scattering from a Plasma
-- 4. Experimental Considerations -- 5. Experimental Results -- 6. Technique -- 12. Plasma Diagnostics Based on Refractivity -- 1. Refractivity of Plasma -- 2. Review of Methods and Techniques in Refractivity Diagnosis -- 3. Some
Limitations to these Methods -- 4. Interferometric Measurements -- 5. Laser Interferometry -- 6. The Schlieren Method -- 7. The Shadowgraph -- 8. Application of Holography in Optical Plasma Diagnostics
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Title:Techniques and concepts of high-energy physics VIII
Conference:NATO Advanced Study Institute on Techniques and Concepts in High-energy Physics, 8th, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Is., 16-27 Jun 1994
[C94-06-16]
Author(s): Thomas Ferbel
Date:1995
Publisher:Plenum Press, New York
Size:220
ISBN:0306451824
Series:NATO ASI series. v. 351
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique , Congresses , Conference proceedings , Conferences , high energy
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Title:Techniques and concepts of high-energy physics VII
Conference:NATO Advanced Study Institute on Techniques and Concepts of High-Energy Physics, St. Croix, V.I, 1992
Author(s): Thomas Ferbel
Date:1994
Publisher:Plenum Press, New York
Size:266
ISBN:030644674X
Series:NATO ASI series. v. 322
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique , high energy
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Title:Techniques for nuclear and particle physics experiments : a how-to approach
Author(s): William R. Leo 1948-
Date:1987
Publisher:Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Size:368
ISBN:0387173862
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique.
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Title:Techniques for nuclear and particle physics experiments: A How-to approach
Author(s): William R. Leo 1948-
Date:1994
Edition:2nd rev. ed.
Publisher:Springer-Verlag: New York
Size:378 pgs.
Contents:1. Basic Nuclear Processes in Radioactive Sources, 2. Passage of Radiation Through Matter, 3. Radiation Protection: Biological Effects of Radiation, 4. Statistics and the Treatment of Experimental Data, 5. General Characteristics of Detectors, 6. Ionization Detectors, 7. Scintillaiton Detectors, 8. Photomultipliers, 9. Scintillaiton Detector Mounting and Operation, 10. Semiconductor Detectors, 11. Pulse Signals in Nuclear Electronics, 12. The NIM Standard, 13. Signal Transmission, 14. Electronics for Pulse Signal Processing, 15. Pulse Height Selection and Coincidence Technique, 16. Electronic Logic for Experiments, 17. Timing Methods and Systems, 18. Computer Controlled Electronics: CAMAC
Appendices: A. A Review of Oscilloscope Functions, B. Physical and Numerical Constants, C. Resistor Color Code
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Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) - Technique , Particles (Nuclear physics) - Experiments , Nuclear Counters
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Title:Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Calorimetry in High Energy Physics : Brookhaven National Laboratory, September 25-October 1, 1994
Conference:International Conference on Calorimetry in High Energy Physics, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1994
Author(s): Howard A. Gordon
Date:1995
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
Size:524
ISBN:9810223811
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique
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Title:Proceedings of the second International Conference on Calorimetry in High Energy Physics : Capri, Italy, 14-18 October 1991
Conference:International Conference on Calorimetry in High Energy Physics, Capri, Italy, 1991
Author(s): Antonio Ereditato
Date:1992
Publisher:World Scientific, Singapore
ISBN:9810209169
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) Technique
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Call number:QC793.2.P569::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Physics simulations at high energy
Author(s): V. Barger (ed.)
Thomas Gottschalk (ed.)
Francis Halzen (ed.)
Date:1987
Publisher:World Scientific: New Jersey
Size:657 pgs.
Contents:1. A Technique to Search for a Heavy Sequential Charged Lepton a anti-p p Colliders, 2. The Detection of Low Mass Higgs Bosons at the anti-p p Colliders, 3. Limits on Predictability of Supercollider Physics, 4. Low Et Jets from UA1, 5. QCD Jets: A Perturbative Approach to Low-Pt Physics, 6. Low p1 Properties of the Pomeron - Theoretical Implications in QCD, 7. Review of Elastic Scattering (t=0 Parameters) and Total Cross Sections for pp and p anti-p Collisions, 8. Diffractive and Rising Cross Sections, 9. Inelastic Cross-Sections at 40 Tev, 10. hadron Cross Sections at Ultra High Energies, 11. QCDf and Rising Total Cross Sections, 12. Rising Hadron-hadron Total Cross Sections and Gluons, 13. Multiplicities with KNO, 14. The Multistring Fragmentation Model for ISR to SSC Energies, 15. Low Pt Physics a the Sp anti-pS Collider, 16. Understanding the Transition Jets -> No Jets at Fixed-Target Energies, 17. Isolating Hard Scattering Effects in Minimum Bias Data, 18. Semi-Hard Processes and QCD, 19. Evidence for B0 Mixing from Same-Sign Dimuons Produced in anit-p p Collisions, 20. A Model for Centauro Production, 21. Hard Diffractive Processes: QCD Models, 22. Multiple Parton-Parton Interactions and the Effects of Varying Impact Parameters
23. Diffractive Heavy Flavor Production - Including W+ and Z0, 24. Identifing Heavy Higgs Bosons, 25. Experimantal Searches for W Pairs and Higgs a a Very High Energy p anit-p collider, 26. Superstrings and the SSC, 27. Physics of Charm, Beauty, and Beyond, 28. Distribution of Heavy Particles in the Proton, 29. The Search for Supersymmetry at the Tevatron and SSC, 30. Mixing and CP Violation in B and D Decays - Future Searches a Hadron Machines, 32. Non Accelerator Physics - Proton Decay, 33. Supersymmetric Signals at Accelerators, 34. Searching for Gauginos at Hadron Colliders, 35. CP Violation in Decays of W and Z Bosons, 36. High-Pt Single Photon and Jet Production at Fermilab Energies, 37. Possible Signatures of Isolated Hard Photons at Hadron Colliders, 38. Production of Heavy Fermions, 39. Detection of Top-Quarks at LEP and SLC, 40. Physics Capabilities at LEP II, 41. Parton Distribution Functions Incorporating Heavy Quark Mass Effects, 42. Probing the Tri-Boson Coupling in High Energy Vector-Boson Pair Production and the Factorization of Helicity Amplitudes, 43. Some Comments on Minijets, 44. Super Solenoid: A Detector for the SSC
ISBN:9971501813
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Call number:QC793.2.N49::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:New particles 1985
Author(s): V. Barger
Date:1986
Publisher:World Scientific: New Jersey
Size:353 pgs.
Contents:Top and Bottom Expectations at the CERN P+ P- Collider, Energy Level Spacing in Toponium and the Strong Interaction Coupling Constant, Detecting Toponium, Neutrino Counting at CERN Collider, Baryon Production at the CLEO Detector, Distinctive Signatures for New Particles in e+ e- Annihilation and Z-Decay, New Physics from the Superstring, Large Missing Pt Events and Supersymmetry, The Fourth Generation and N=1 Supergravity, Signatures of Supersymmetry at the CERN Collider, Gluino Production, ASP: A Search for Single Photon Evetns at PEP, Supergravity Constraints on Monojets, Standard Medel Sources of Missing Pt, Dimuon Events a the CERN p+ p- Collider, Production Properties of the Intermediate Vector Bosons at the SPS Collider, Searching the Fourth Generation Quarks and Leptons, The Fourth Generation, Recent Results on New Particle Searches at PEP, Eurojet: A QCD Based Monte Carlo Program Including Perturbatively Calculated Higher Order Processes in p anti-p Interactions, Unexpected Observation of Muons for Cygnus X-3, Observatio of Cygnus X-3 at Energies of 10/11 to 10/13 eV Using the Atomospheric Cherenkov Technique, Cygnus X-3: Is It Unique?, Evidence for Underground Muons for Cygnus X-3, High-Energy Signals for Cygnus X-3: Theory Review, High Energy Neutrinos from CYG X-3, Is Cygnus X-3 Strange?, Comments on Cosmic-Ray Sightings of Cygnus X-3
ISBN:9971500450
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Call number:QC174.5.K639::1967 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Field theoretical methods in many-body systems [Plevye Metody Teoril Mnogikh Chastits]
Author(s): D.A.(David Abramovich) Kirzhnits
D.M. Brink (ed.)
Date:1967
Edition:[1st English ed.].
Publisher:Pergamon Press, Oxford
Size:394 pgs.
Note:Translated by A.J. Meadows
Contents:1. Essential Quantum-Mechanical Data, 2. Many-Body Systems in the Hartree-Fock Approximation, 3. Perturbation Theory and Diagram Technique, 4. The Method of Green Functions in Quantum Mechanics, 5. The Method of Green Functions in Quantum Statistics, Appendices: A. The Calculation of Mean Values of Operators, B. The Basic Equations of Operator Calculus, C. Singular Integrals
Series:International series of monographs in natural philosophy : v. 8
Keywords: Many-body problem. , Quantum Field Theory , Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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