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Call number:TK2985.E37::1988 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Converter circuits for superconductive magnetic energy storage
Author(s): Mehrdad Ehsani
Robert L. Kustom
Date:1988
Edition:1st ed.
Publisher:Published for the Texas Engineering Experiment Station by Texas A&M University Press, College Station
Size:246
ISBN:089096257X
Series:The Texas Engineering Experiment Station monograph series : no. 4
Keywords: Magnetic energy storage.
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Call number:SPRINGER-2008-9781402087967:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Smart Materials for Energy, Communications and Security [electronic resource]
Author(s): Igor A Luk'yanchuk
Daoud Mezzane
Date:2008
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This volume is a result of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Smart Materials for Energy, Communications and Security held in Marrakech, Morocco, December 2007 in frame of the NATO - Science for Peace program. Itsobjective is to overview several hot topics of material physics related with technological problems of modern society with the focus of their implementation in Mediterranean Dialogue countries: Algeria, Egypt, Mauritania, Morocco andTunisia. The articles are written by world famous exper ts in materials science and engineering. They review the state of art, recent achievements, possible and already implemented applications in the following fields of materialsscience: Materials for transmission, treatment and storage of information, multif erroic, magnetic and superconducting materials for spintronics, electrochromic and nitride-based semiconducting materials for infrared and optoelectronicdevices, carbon-based terahertz electronic technologies, memory- capacious materials. Energy storage m aterials and photovoltaic cells Piezo and Electroactive materials for detectors, acoustic transducers and gas sensors. Functionalmaterials for electronics, environmental security, measurement and characterisation techniques
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I. Materials, Transmission, Treatment And Storage Of Information
II Energy Related Materials
III Piezo
And Electro
Active Materials
IV Other Functional Materials
Index. Index of materials
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Keywords: Chemistry , Magnetism , Engineering , Materials , Optical materials
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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9789400709461:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
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
ISBN:9789400709461
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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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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9780306470615:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Introduction to High-Temperature Superconductivity
Author(s): Thomas P Sheahen
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (580 p.)
Note:10.1007/b115100
Contents:Superconductivity -- and Overview -- Magnetism and Currents in Superconductors -- Refrigeration -- Industrial Applications -- Sensitive Applications -- Basic Concepts of Theory of Superconductivity -- The New Superconductors --
High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTSC) Basic Properties -- Structure -- Phase Equilibrium -- Effects of Doping -- Mechanical Properties -- Theory of HTSCs -- Weak Links -- Carrying Electricity -- Flux Pinning -- Processing Methods
-- Wire -- Protecting Against Damage -- AC Losses -- Electric Power Applications of HTSC -- Transmission Lines -- Levitation -- Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage -- Electric Motors -- Fault Current Limiters -- Future
Possibilities -- New Refrigerators -- Applications to Measurement and Process Control -- High Magnetic Fields -- Organic Superconductors -- Aerospace Applications
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9784431668794:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Advances in Superconductivity X Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS ’97), October 27–30, 1997, Gifu Volume 1–3
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (1472 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-4-431-66879-4
Contents:1 Plenary Lectures -- 2 Physics -- 2.1 Transport and Physical Properties -- 2.2 spectroscopy -- 2.3 Structure Studies -- 2.4 Theory -- 3 Chemistry -- 3.1 New Materials and New Superconductors -- 3.2 Crystallinity, Oxygen Constant, and
Carrier Doping -- 3.3 Syntheses and Phase Relations -- 4 Flux Pinning -- 4.1 Flux Characterization -- 4.2 Flux Pinning and Flux Dynamics -- 4.3 Electromagnetic Properties -- 5 Wires, Tapes, and Bulk -- 5.1 YBCO Type Superconductors --
5.2 BACCO, TBCCO, and Other Type Superconductors -- 5.3 Applications -- 6 Thin Films -- 6.1 Epitaxial Growth and Preparation Technologies -- 6.2 Growth Mechanism and Characterization -- 7 Device Applications -- 7.1 Josephson Junctions
and Squid -- 7.2 Microwave Devices -- 7.3 Digital Devices -- 7.4 Other Superconducting Devices -- 8 System Applications -- 8.1 Fault Current Limiters and Power Cables -- 8.2 Generators, Motors, and Energy Storage Systems -- 8.3
Magnetic Levitation and Magnetic Bearings -- 8.4 Magnetic Shielding and Other Applications -- 9 Standardization -- 9.1 Prospects and Strategy of Standardization -- 9.2 Round Robin Test -- Author Index I-l -- Key Word Index -- Author
Index -- Key Word Index
ISBN:9784431668794
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Keywords: Physics , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Materials science , Physics , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
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Call number:SPRINGER-1996-9781461311478:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:History of Original Ideas and Basic Discoveries in Particle Physics
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (1018 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-1147-8
Contents:Session I -- 1. Indirect Approaches to Fundamental Theory -- 2. Quantum Electrodynamics — From a Personal Perspective -- 3. Electroweak Reminiscences -- 4. Gauge Theory and Renormalization -- 5. Magnetic Monopoles, Fiber Bundles, and
Gauge Fields -- 6. Vacua, Vacuum: The Physics of Nothing -- Session II -- 7. Asymptotic Freedom, Confinement and QCD -- 8. Gluon Jets -- 9. QCD in “Her” Maiden Years -- 10. The Discovery of the Muon -- 11. Kaon Decays to Pions: The ?-?
Problem -- 12. Symmetries and Meson Decays -- Session III -- 13. Test of QED and Photoproduction of Vector Mesons -- 14. Foundations of Sequential Heavy Lepton Searches -- 15. The Discovery of the Tau Lepton: Part I: The Early History
through 1975 Part II: Confirmation of the Discovery and Measurement of Major Properties, 1976-1982 -- 16. The Discovery of the J Particle: A Personal Recollection -- 17. From the ? Charmed Mesons -- 18. The Discovery of the Upsilon
Family -- Session IV -- 19. Parity Violation -- 20. The Detection of Pauli’s Neutrino -- 21. The Helicities of the Three Neutrinos -- 22. CP Violation -- 23. Quark Families and Flavor — Changing Neutral Currents -- 24. Flavor Mixing
and CP Violation -- Session V -- 25. Electron-Positron and Electron-Proton Storage Ring Colliders -- 26. Linear Colliders -- 27. The Tevatron Hadron Collider: A Short History -- 28. Hadron Sampling Total Absorption (STAC) Calorimeters
-- 29. Development of Ring Imaging Cherenkov Counters for Particle Identification -- Session VI -- 30. Grand Unified Theories -- 31. Technicolor -- 32. Supersymmetric Unification -- 33. R-Parity, the Supersymmetric Standard Model and
the Phenomenology of Supersymmetry -- 34. Supergravity before 1976 -- 35. The March Towards No-Scale Supergravity -- 36. Superstring — A Brief History -- Session VII -- 37. Baryon Spectroscopy and the Omega Minus -- 38. Deep Inelastic
Scattering Evidence for the Reality of Quarks -- 39. Neutral Currents -- 40. The W and Z Bosons: Chronicle of an Announced Discovery -- Session VIII -- 41. Richard Feynman and the History of Superconductivity -- 42. High Temperature
Superconductivity -- Session IX -- 43. Discussion Session: Status and Future Directions in High Energy Physics -- Session X -- 44. Neutrino Oscillations — History, Status and Challenge -- 45. Dark Matter -- 46. Dark Matter Searches for
Monopoles and WIMPs -- 47. Historical Remarks on “Gamma Resonance Spectroscopy” (Mössbauer-Effect) -- 48. The Life and Times of Emmy Noether: Contributions of Emmy Noether to Particle Physics -- 49. Closing Speech: Physics from Past to
Future
ISBN:9781461311478
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Cosmology , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1994-9789401111843:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamentals of Cosmic Electrodynamics
Author(s): Boris V Somov
Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (364 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-1184-3
Contents:1 Charged Particles in the Electromagnetic Field -- 1.1 Initial equations and their properties -- 1.2 Liouville’s theorem and the exact distribution function -- 2 The Motion of a Charged Particle in Given Fields -- 2.1 A particle in
constant homogeneous fields -- 2.2 Weakly inhomogeneous slowly changing fields -- 2.3 Adiabatic invariants -- 2.4 Reconnection and particle acceleration -- 3 Coulomb Collisions of Particles -- 3.1 Close and distant collisions -- 3.2
Debye shielding -- 3.3 Times of collisional relaxations -- 4 Statistical Description of a Plasma -- 4.1 The averaging of Liouville’s equation -- 4.2 Collisional integral and correlation functions -- 4.3 Equations for correlation
functions -- 4.4 Approximations for binary collisions -- 4.5 Correlation function and Debye shielding -- 5 Hydrodynamic Description of a Plasma -- 5.1 Transition to macroscopic transfer equations -- 5.2 Hydrodynamic equations for
plasma -- 5.3 Generalized Ohm’s law -- 6 Magnetohydrodynamics -- 6.1 Basic assumptions and the MHD equations -- 6.2 Magnetic flux conservation. Ideal MHD -- 6.3 The main approximations in ideal MHD -- 7 Plasma Flows in a Strong
Magnetic Field -- 7.1 General formulation of the problem -- 7.2 The formalism of two-dimensional problems -- 7.3 On the existence of continuous flows -- 7.4 Plasma flows in the field of a time-dependent magnetic dipole -- 8 Waves and
Discontinuous Flows in a MHD Medium -- 8.1 Small-amplitude waves -- 8.2 Discontinuity surfaces in hydrodynamics -- 8.3 Magnetohydrodynamic discontinuities -- 8.4 Continuous transitions between discontinuous solutions -- 9
Evolutionarity of MHD discontinuities -- 9.1 Conditions for evolutionarity -- 9.2 Consequences of evolutionarity conditions -- 10 Plasma Equilibrium in a Magnetic Field -- 10.1 The virial theorem in MHD -- 10.2 Force-free fields and
Shafranov’s theorem -- 10.3 Properties of equilibrium configurations -- 10.4 Archimedean force in MHD -- 11 Stationary Plasma Flows in a Magnetic Field -- 11.1 Ideal plasma flows -- 11.2 Flows at small magnetic Reynolds numbers -- 11.3
Expulsion force and vortex flows -- 11.4 Expulsion force for large magnetic Reynolds numbers -- 12 Magnetic Reconnection in Current Sheets -- 12.1 Small perturbations near a neutral line -- 12.2 Field line deformation due to current
displacement -- 12.3 Dynamic dissipation of a magnetic field -- 12.4 Particle acceleration into current sheets -- 12.5 Regular Versus Chaotic Acceleration -- 13 Evolutionarity of current sheets -- 13.1 Properties of reconnecting
current sheets -- 13.2 Small perturbations outside the RCS -- 13.3 Small perturbations inside the RCS -- 13.4 Solution on the boundary of the RCS -- 13.5 Criterion of evolutionarity -- 14 Tearing Instability of the Reconnecting Current
Sheet -- 14.1 Origin of tearing instability -- 14.2 Formulation of the problem and its analytic solution -- 14.3 Physical interpretation of the instability -- 14.4 Stabilizing effect of the transverse field -- 14.5 Compressibility and
a longitudinal field -- 14.6 Kinetic approach -- 15 Selected Trends in Cosmic Electrodynamics -- 15.1 Reconnection and magnetic helicity -- 15.2 Reconnection in low-temperature plasma -- 16 Reconnection of Electric Currents -- 16.1
Models for flare energy storage and release -- 16.2 Current sheet formation mechanisms -- 16.3 Shear and reconnection of currents -- Appendix 1. Notation -- Appendix 2. Useful Expressions -- Appendix 3. Constants
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Call number:SPRINGER-1992-9781461530442:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Optical Properties of Excited States in Solids
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (733 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3044-2
Contents:The Nature of the Electronic Excited States of Molecular Systems -- Properties of the Excited States of Complex Molecules: What Can We Learn for Solids -- Rates of Processes Involving Excited States -- Excited States in Semiconductors
-- Advances in the Characterization of Excited States of Luminescent Ions in Solids -- Relaxed Excited States of Color Centers -- Properties of Highly Populated Excited States in Solids: Superfluorescence, Hot Luminescence, Excited
State Absorption -- Advances in the Sensitization of Phosphors -- Laser Spectroscopy Inside Inhomogeneously Broadened Lines -- Excited-State Dynamics and Energy Transfer in Doped-Substituted Garnets -- Studies of the Charge Transfer
States of Certain Rare-Earth Activators in Yttrium and Lanthanum Oxysulfides -- Photochemistry, Charge Transfer States and Laser Applications of Small Molecules in Rare Gas Crystals -- The Study of Paramagnetic Excited States by
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance -- The Jahn-Teller Effect in the Optical Spectra of Impurities -- Spectral properties of excited states in restricted Geometries -- Excited State Interactions in Stabilized Lasers -- Semiconductors
Quantum Dots in Amorphous Materials -- New Crystals for Laser Applications (Abstract Only) -- Excited States and Reorientational Properties of Color Centers with Axial Symmetry -- De-Excitation Processes of the Optically Excited States
of the F Centers (Abstract Only) -- Two-Photon Spectroscopy in Insulating Crystals -- Particles and Elementary Excitations -- Superconductivity -- The Luminescent Excited State of The Vanadate Ion Studied by Optically-Detected Magnetic
Resonance -- Rare Earth Spectroscopy in Glasses, a Fraction -- The Influence of Impurities on the Quantum Yeild of Y2O:3%Eu3+ -- Fluorescence Mechanisms of Mixed Crystals Sr1-xBaxF2:Eu2+ -- Spectroscopy of Er3+:Ggg and Calculation of
the Judd-Ofelt Lifetime Parameters -- Laser Spectroscopic Studies of Solid State Defect Chemistry in Perovskites -- Picosecond Time-Resolved Cars: Application to Vibrons in Molecular Crystals -- Experimental Studies of Upconversion
Laser Materials and Upconversion Lasers -- Luminescence of the Eu3+ Ion in Calcium Compounds -- Theoretical Study of Ultra-Fast Dephasing by Four-Wave Mixing -- A New Way to the Relaxed Excited State in Localized Centers: The Pulse
Model -- Proposition of Effective Wavefunction for 2deg Within Modfet Heterostructures -- Epitaxy of Cds-Thin Films by Pulsed Laser Evaporation (PLE) -- Growth and Optical Properties of Thin Cds Films -- Luminescence of New Storage
Phosphors: Alkaline Earth Fluorohalides Doped with Divalent Ytterbium -- Application of Phosphors in X-Ray Computed Tomography -- Dissociation of Polyatomic Molecules by Infrared Lasers -- A Quantitative Analytic Theory of the Spectra
of Diatomic Olecules -- Thermal Behavior of Spectral Line Positions and Widths of Nd3+ in GSGG -- Comparison of Er3+ Spectroscopy in Doped Glass Fibers and in Glass Bulk Samples -- Passive Intracavity Stabilization of Wide Gain Laser
by Er3+- Doped Materials -- Optical Properties of F3+ Center In Lif (Triplet State) -- Two-Photon Spectroscopy in the F-Shell -- Two-Photon Transition Intensities Within Symmetry-Adapted Eigenvector Approach: Ni2+ in Oh Symmetry --
Characteristic Electroluminescence at the Semiconductor Electrolyte Interface -- Localized 3??? Excitations of [Rh(phpy)2bipy]PF6 (phpy = 2-phenylpyridine, bipy = 2,2’-bipyridine) -- Cross Relaxation of Excited States in a
One-Dimensional Compound -- Luminescence of the % MathType!MTEF!2!1!+- % feaagCart1ev2aaatCvAUfKttLearuavP1wzZbItLDhis9wBH5garm % Wu51MyVXgaruWqVvNCPvMCaebbnrfifHhDYfgasaacH8srps0lbbf9 %
q8WrFfeuY-Hhbbf9v8qqaqFr0xc9pk0xbba9q8WqFfea0-yr0RYxir % -Jbba9q8aq0-yq-He9q8qqQ8frFve9Fve9Ff0dmeaabaqaciGacaGa % aeqabaWaaeaaeaaakeaaqaaaaaaaaaWdbiabdAfawjabg2da9iabd+ % eapjabbccaGiqbdAfawzaaryaaDaaaaa!3528! $$ V = O{\text{
}}{\underset{\raise0.3em\hbox{$\smash{\scriptscriptstyle-}$}}{\bar{V}}} $$ Complex -- Radiationless Vibronic Relaxation and Electron Transfer of the F-Center in NaBr -- Luminescence of Broad Bands in Mn-Doped n-Type GaP -- Optical
Spectroscopy of the Matrix-Isolated Nh Radical -- Interaction Between Color Center and Dislocation in Alkali Halides -- Summary of the Meeting -- Picture of the Participants -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Materials science , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
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Call number:SPRINGER-1992-9781461227809:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Physics of the Plasma Universe
Author(s): Anthony L Peratt
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (372 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2780-9
Contents:1. Cosmic Plasma Fundamentals -- 1.1 Plasma -- 1.2 The Physical Sizes and Characteristics of Plasmas in the Universe -- 1.3 Regions of Applicability of Plasma Physics -- 1.4 Power Generation and Transmission -- 1.5 Electrical
Discharges in Cosmic Plasma -- 1.6 Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasma -- 1.7 Plasma Pinches and Instabilities -- 1.8 Diagnosing Cosmic Plasmas -- 2. Birkeland Currents in Cosmic Plasma -- 2.1 History of Birkeland Currents -- 2.2
Field-Aligned Currents in Laboratory Plasma -- 2.3 Field-Aligned Currents in Astrophysical Plasmas -- 2.4 Basic Equations of Magnetohydrodynamics -- 2.5 The Generalized Bennett Relation -- 2.6 Application of the Carlqvist Relation --
2.7 Basic Fluid and Beam Instabilities -- 2.8 Laboratory Simulation of Cosmic Plasma Processes -- 2.9 The Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Beams and Birkeland Currents -- 3. Biot—Savart Law in Cosmic Plasma -- 3.1 History of Magnetism --
3.2 The Magnetic Interaction of Steady Line Currents -- 3.3 The Magnetic Induction Field -- 3.4 The Vector Potential -- 3.5 Quasi-Stationary Magnetic Fields -- 3.6 Inductance -- 3.7 Storage of Magnetic Energy -- 3.8 Forces as
Derivatives of Coefficients of Inductance -- 3.9 Measurement of Magnetic Fields in Laboratory Plasmas -- 3.10 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Interacting Curents -- 3.11 Magnetic Fields in Cosmic Dimensioned Plasma -- 4. Electric Fields
in Cosmic Plasma -- 4.1 Electric Fields -- 4.2 Measurement of Electric Fields -- 4.3 Magnetic Field Aligned Electric Fields -- 4.4 Magnetospheric Electric Fields -- 4.5 Outstanding Questions -- 4.6 Phenomena Associated with Electric
Fields -- 5. Double Layers in Astrophysics -- 5.1 General Description of Double Layers -- 5.2 The Time-Independent Double Layer -- 5.3 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Double Layers -- 5.4 Double Layers in Current Filaments -- 5.5 Basic
Properties of Double Layers -- 5.6 Examples of Cosmic Double Layers -- 6. Synchrotron Radiation -- 6.1 Theory of Radiation from an Accelerated Charge -- 6.2 Radiation of an Accelerated Electron in a Magnetic Field -- 6.3 Field
Polarization -- 6.4 Radiation from an Ensemble of Electrons -- 6.5 Synchrotron Radiation from Z Pinches -- 6.6 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Synchrotron Processes -- 6.7 Synchrotron Radiation from Cosmic Sources -- 7. Transport of
Cosmic Radiation -- 7.1 Energy Transport in Plasma -- 7.2 Applications of Geometrical Optics -- 7.3 Black Body Radiation -- 7.4 The Source Function and Kirchoff’s Law -- 7.5 Self Absorption by Plasma Filaments -- 7.6 Large-Scale,
Random Magnetic Field Approximation -- 7.7 Anisotropic Distribution of Velocities -- 8. Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Cosmic Plasma -- 8.1 “In-Situ” Observation of Cosmic Plasmas via Computer Simulation -- 8.2 The History of
Electromagnetic Particle-in-Cell Simulation -- 8.3 The Laws of Plasma Physics -- 8.4 Multidimensional Particle-in-Cell Simulation -- 8.5 Techniques for Solution -- 8.6 Issues in Simulating Cosmic Phenomena -- 8.7 Gravitation -- 8.8
Scaling Laws -- 8.9 Data Management -- 8.10 Further Developments in Plasma Simulation -- Appendix A. Transmission Line Fundamentals in Space and Cosmic Plasmas -- A.1 Transmission Lines -- A.2 Definition of the State of the Line at a
Point -- A.3 Primary Parameters -- A.4 General Equations -- A.4.1 The General Case -- A.4.2 The Special Case of the Lossless Line -- A.5 Heaviside’s Operational Calculus (The Lapace Transform) -- A.5.1 The Propagation Function -- A.5.2
Characteristic Impedance -- A.5.3 Reflection Coefficients -- A.6 Time-Domain Reflectometry -- Appendix B. Polarization of Electromagnetic Waves in Plasma -- Appendix C. Dusty and Grain Plasmas -- C.1 Dusty Plasma -- C.2 Grain Plasma --
Appendix D. Some Useful Units and Constants -- Appendix E. TRISTAN -- References
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9789401136068:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Mixed Valency Systems: Applications in Chemistry, Physics and Biology
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (451 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-3606-8
Contents:Mixed Valency Systems: Retrospect And Prospect -- Vibronic Coupling Models Of Mixed Valency: Relation Of The PKS And MO Models For One- And Two-Electron Systems -- Electric Field Perturbation Of Electronic (Vibronic) Absorption
Envelopes: Application To Characterization Of Mixed Valence States -- Solvent And Temperature Effects In Mixed Valence Chemistry -- Electron Transfer In Mixed Valence Complexes In The Solid State -- Photoredox Chemistry Of Two-Electron
Mixed Valence Systems -- How To Design Fast Two-Electron Transfer Reagents: 37-Electron Mixed Valence Fe(I)Fe(II)-Bisandwiches As Key Intermediates -- Magnetic And Optical Phenomena In Biological Iron-Sulfur Mixed Valence Complexes And
Their Chemical Models. A Theoretical Approach -- Mixed Valency In Multinuclear Manganese Enzymes And Clusters -- Mixed Valence Iron And Chromium Fluorides. Bronzes And Related Compounds. Chemistry, Structure And Magnetism -- Mixed
Valency Minerals: Influences Of Crystal Structures On Optical And Mössbauer Spectra -- Valency Disproportionation In Inorganic Solids -- Superconductivity By Local Pairs (Bipolarons) In Doped Metal Oxide Semiconductors -- A Comparison
Between Conducting C.T. Crystalline Salts And L.B. Films -- Optical Spectroscopic Probes Of Mixed Valence Systems -- Inelastic Neutron Scattering Studies Of Mixed Valency Systems -- Mössbauer Emission Spectroscopy Of Mixed Valency
After Nuclear Decay In Iron Complexes -- Intramolecular Electron Transfer. Applications In Molecular Electronics -- Vibronic Coupling Models For Mixed Valence Line Shapes: Going Beyond The PKS Approach -- Mixed Valency Oligomers: Model
Pathways For The Control Of Their Properties -- The Effects Of Second Order Vibronic Coupling On The Symmetric Dimer And Trimer -- Semiclassical Approach To The Vibronic Problem For The Creutz-Taube Ion -- A New Spin Hamiltonian For
Mixed Valence Systems Including Transfer, Exchange And Exchange-Transfer Terms -- An Example Of The Influence Of The Ligand Held On The Electron Localisation: The Mixed Valence Ferrocene-Ferricinium -- A First Stable Organometallic
Analogue [mer(OC)3(PiPr3)2W(?-pyrazine)W(PiPr3)2(CO)3]+ Of The Creutz-Taube Ion. Similarities And Differences -- Mixed Valence Manganese Carboxylates Of Various Nuclearities -- Spectroscopic Studies Of Spin State And Electron
Delocalization In A Binuclear Mixed Valence Fe(II/III) Complex -- Bis(Phthalocyaninato) Lanthanide Sandwich Compounds Exhibiting Mixed Valence Ligands -- The Ruthenium Blues -- Optical And Related Properties Of Metal-Halide Chain
Compounds: Bulk And Small Particles -- Dielectric Relaxometry: Manganate (VI)-(VII) In Solid And Solution States -- Electronic Instabilities Of Two-Dimensional Metals, K3Cu8S6 And Rb3Cu8S6 -- Chemistry And Properties Of New Examples Of
Mixed Valence Compounds, Based On Organic ? Donor Molecules And Polyoxometalate Ions -- Mixed Valency In The Organic-Inorganic Compounds (BEDT-TTF)6Cu2Br6 And (BEDT-TTF)6Cu2Cl2Br4 -- Electrochemical Generation Of Mixed Valency Copper
Complexes In Solution -- Endor Determination Of Proton Hyperfine Tensors As Local Probes Of The Delocalization Of The Spin Population In The 4 Iron — 4 Sulfur Cubanes -- Theory Descriptions Of Mixed Valency -- Electron Transfer
Mechanisms, From Dimers To Infinite Solids -- Applications: Energy Storage And Molecular Electronics -- Biology: Models And Proteins
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Keywords: Chemistry , Inorganic chemistry , Physical chemistry , Biochemistry , Condensed matter , Chemistry , Inorganic Chemistry , Condensed Matter Physics , Physical Chemistry , Biochemistry, general
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Title:Electronic Materials A New Era in Materials Science
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (341 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84359-4
Contents:1. Introduction -- References -- 2. The Simplest Ab Initio Theory of Electronic Structure -- 2.1 Tight-Binding Theory -- 2.2 Universal Parameters -- 2.3 A Diatomic Molecule, N2 -- 2.4 A Simplification Using Hybrids -- 2.5 Cohesion of
N2 -- 2.6 Polarizability of N2 -- 2.7 Tetrahedral Semiconductor Bonds -- 2.8 Semiconductor Energy Bands -- 2.9 Cohesion in Semiconductors -- 2.10 The Dielectric Properties -- 2.11 Ionic Crystals -- 2.12 Covalency in Ionic Compounds --
2.13 Transition-Metal Compounds -- 2.14 Summary -- References -- 3. Theory of Electronic Excitations in Solids -- 3.1 Quasiparticle Theory of Electron Excitations -- 3.2 Band Gaps and Excitation Spectra of Bulk Crystals -- 3.3
Surfaces, Interfaces, Superlattices, and Clusters -- 3.4 Model Dielectric Matrix -- 3.5 Summary and Conclusions -- References -- 4. Determination of the Electronic Structure of Solids -- 4.1 Band Mapping with Photoemission and Inverse
Photoemission -- 4.2 Understanding Semiconductors from First Principles -- 4.3 Magnetic Storage and Thin Film Magnetism -- 4.4 Optoelectronics and Excited State Spectroscopy -- 4.5 Spatial Resolution -- 4.6 Packaging, Polymers, and
Core Levels -- 4.7 Summary -- References -- 5. Predicting the Properties of Solids, Clusters and Superconductors -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 Surfaces and Interfaces -- 5.3 Total Energies and Structural Properties -- 5.4 Compressibilities
and Empirical Theories -- 5.5 Metallic Clusters -- 5.6 Superconductivity -- 5.7 Conclusions -- References -- 6. High-Temperature Superconductivity: The Experimental Situation -- 6.1 Structural and Chemical Nature of the New Materials
-- 6.2 The Superconducting State: Macroscopic Properties -- 6.3 Microscopic Superconducting Properties -- 6.4 Theoretical Considerations and Discussion -- References -- 7. Surface Structure and Bonding of Tetrahedrally Coordinated
Compound Semiconductors -- 7.1 Key Concepts in Semiconductor Surface Chemistry -- 7.2 Zincblende (110) Surfaces -- 7.3 Wurtzite Cleavage Surfaces -- 7.4 Adsorption on Zincblende (110) Surfaces -- 7.5 Synopsis -- References -- 8.
Formation and Properties of Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces -- 8.1 Experimental Techniques and Analysis -- 8.2 Interface Formation at 300 K -- 8.3 Low-Temperature Interface Formation -- 8.4 Surface Photovoltaic Effects -- 8.5 Interface
Formations with Metal Ions -- 8.6 Interfaces Formed by Metal Cluster Deposition -- 8.7 Prospects and Future Developments -- References -- 9. Electronic States in Semiconductor Superlattices and Quantum Wells: An Overview -- 9.1
Envelope-Function Description of Electronic States -- 9.2 External Fields -- 9.3 Excitons in Quantum Wells -- References -- 10. Photonic and Electronic Devices Based on Artificially Structured Semiconductors -- 10.1 Resonant Tunneling
Bipolar Transistors with a Double Barrier in the Base -- 10.2 Devices with Multiple Peak I-V Characteristics and Multiple-State RTBTs -- 10.3 Circuit Applications of Multiple-State RTBTs -- 10.4 Gated Quantum Well and Superlattice-Base
Transistors -- 10.5 Quasi-Electric Fields in Graded-Gap Materials -- 10.6 Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors with Graded-Gap Layers -- 10.7 Multilayer Sawtooth Materials -- 10.8 AlGaAs Floating-Gate Memory Devices with Graded-Gap
Injector -- References -- 11. Quantum Structural Diagrams -- 11.1 Interatomic Forces -- 11.2 Ionic Crystals -- 11.3 Covalent Crystals -- 11.4 Metallic Compounds and Alloys -- 11.5 Molecular Structure Diagrams -- 11.6 Deductive
Calculations -- 11.7 Prospects -- References -- 12. Ion and Laser Beam Processing of Semiconductors: Phase Transitions in Silicon -- 12.1 Ion Implantation -- 12.2 Amorphization and Solid Phase Epitaxy -- 12.3 Ion-Beam Induced Epitaxy,
Diffusion and Segregation -- 12.4 Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties of Amorphous Si -- 12.5 Liquid Phase Crystal Growth and Dopant Segregation -- 12.6 Melting of Amorphous Si: A First-Order Phase Transition -- 12.7 Conclusion:
Undercooling and Explosive Crystallization -- 12.8 Update: The State of Amorphous Si -- References
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Keywords: Materials science , Chemical engineering , Condensed matter , Power electronics , Materials Science , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Power Electronics, Electrical Machines and Networks , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:High Energy Spin Physics Volume 2: Workshops
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (393 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-76661-9
Contents:I Polarized Electron Sources and Electron Spin Polarimeters -- The SLC Polarized Electron Source -- The Orsay Polarized Electron Source -- Source of Polarized Electrons for MAMI B -- Status of the Kharkov Linac Polarized Electron
Source -- Photocathode Studies for an Ultracold Electron Beam Device -- Spin-Polarized Photoelectrons from Optically Pumped p-CdSiAs2(100) -- Development of Polarized Electron Source of GaAs-AlGaAs Superlattice and Strained GaAs --
Spinrotator for MAMI -- Status of the HERA Electron Polarimeter -- The Møller Polarimeter for MAMI -- Monte Carlo Studies of Compton Scattering for the LEP Laser Polarimeter -- List of Participants -- II Siberian Snakes and
Polarization in Circular Machines -- Experiments with Siberian Snakes -- A Partial Snake for the AGS -- An Operational Description of the Compact and Tunable LEP Spin Rotator -- First Evidence of Transverse Polarization in LEP --
Transverse Polarization in LEP -- Compensation of Depolarizing Effects at HERA -- Spin Matching Conditions in Large Electron Storage Rings with Purely Horizontal Beam Polarization -- The New Conceptual Design of Snakes and Spin
Rotators in RHIC -- The Capability of Polarized Beam Acceleration at the Moscow KAON Factory -- Polarized Protons in the TRIUMF KAON Factory -- Status of the Spin Splitter Experiment at IUCF -- An Intense Polarized Beam by a Laser
Ionization Injection -- Higher Order Spin Resonances in High Energy Electron Storage Rings -- On Snake-Orbit Matching -- Reduction of the Spin Perturbations at Using the Intrinsic Framework -- Measurement of Electron Polarization at
TRISTAN -- List of Participants -- III Polarized Gas Targets -- Recent Developments in Laser-Driven Polarized Sources -- Progress on the Michigan-MIT Ultra-Cold Polarized Hydrogen Jet -- Polarized Jet Target of Hydrogen and Deuterium
Atoms -- Accumulation of Hydrogen Atoms in a Low Temperature Storage Cell of a Polarized Hydrogen Gas Jet Source -- Intensity Measurements on the FILTEX Atomic Beam Source -- The Pumping Speed Limitations of the Atomic Beam Intensity
-- Compression of Polarized 3He -- Progress with High Density Polarized 3He Targets -- Spin Relaxation on Surfaces -- Storage Cell Target for Polarized Hydrogen and Deuterium -- The Measurements of the Atoms’ Polarization in the
Drifilm Coating Storage Cell -- Description of an Atomic-Beam Sampling Polarimeter -- A Polarimeter for Polarized Proton Gas Targets -- Gas Dynamics Aspects of Internal Targets -- Protecting the HERMES Experiment from Synchrotron
Radiation -- A Storage Cell for the Filter Target Test Experiment -- Mechanical Design of Storage Cells -- List of Participants -- IV Polarized Solid Targets -- First Use of the Polarized Target Facility at Fermilab -- The Bonn Frozen
Spin Target for Experiments with Real Photons -- The PSI Frozen-Spin Target -- Spin Physics in CHAOS -- The New Polarized Target Facility at the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology -- A Cryostat for Sample Irradiations in
Liquid Argon -- A Multipurpose Q-Meter with Switching Phase Shift Detector -- Design Considerations for Variable-Frequency Pulsed NMR Deuteron Polarization Measurement -- Instrumentation for the Two-Litre Polarized Target of the SMC
NA47 Experiment -- The PSI NMR-System for Polarized Targets -- Calculation and Simulation of the Deuteron NMR Spectrum in Propanediol -- Polarization Studies with Radiation Doped Ammonia at 5T and 1K -- Polarization Behaviour of NH3 at
3.5 Tesla and in the Frozen Spin Mode -- DNP of 15NH3 -- Butanol in the Frozen Spin Mode -- LAMPF Polarized 13C Targets -- Results from the PSI 6LiD Target -- Comparison of Polarized Target Materials in Different Magnetic Fields --
Dynamic Polarization of Solid 3He -- Investigation of Organic Substances for Development of Targets with Polarized Hydrogen and Deuterium Nuclei -- Progress in the Chemistry of Chromium(V) Doping Agents Used in Polarized Target
Materials -- Some Metal Complexes as Free Radicals for Polarized Targets -- Measurements of Glass Properties and Density of Hydrocarbon Mixtures of Interest in Polarized Targets -- Low Temperature Thermal Properties of Pentanol-2 — A
Perspective Polarized Target Material -- Determination of Polarization Parameters of a Polarized Deuteron Target by Experimental Data -- DNP with Inhomogeneously Broadened ESR Lines -- Polarization Reversal by Adiabatic Fast Passage in
Deuterated Alcohols -- Computer Controlled Microwave System for CERN-SMC Polarized Target -- NMR Data Taking System by Personal Computer PC9801 (NEC) Presented -- A Remark on Nuclear Spin-Lattice Relaxation -- Heat Sinking of Cryogenic
Coaxial Cables in a Dilution Refrigerator -- Density Measurement of Solid Butanol by ?-ray Attenuation -- List of Participants -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Relaxation in Complex Systems and Related Topics
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (338 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-2136-9
Contents:Relaxation and Dynamics in Magnetic Systems -- Experiments on Spin Glass Dynamics -- Attempt at a Comprehensive Description of the Slow Spin Glass Dynamics -- Spin-Glass Dynamics in the Two-Dimensional Ising System Rb2Cu1?xCoxF4 --
Cluster Model for Non-Equilibrium Relaxation in Spin Glasses -- Some Aspects of the Dynamics of Random Anisotropy Systems -- Static and Dynamic Properties of Fine Magnetic Particles -- Kinetic Aspects of Magnetic Relaxation in
Amorphous Ferromagnetic Alloys -- Dynamic Crossover in Dipolar Ferromagnets -- Magnetic Excitations in the Disordered System Mg1?xCoxCl2 -- Dynamic Properties of Critical and Paramagnetic Spin Fluctuations in Simple Magnets:
Confrontation of Experimental and Theoretical Findings -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Superconductors -- Thermally Activated Flux Motion in High-Tc-Superconductors -- Flux Motion in Bi2Sr2Ca1Cu2O8+x Single Crystals -- Relaxation of the
Vortex Lattice in Type II Superconductors -- Investigation of the Relaxation Behaviour in High Tc Superconductors -- Relaxation Experiments in Short Coherence Length Superconductors -- Quasi-Equilibrium Dynamics and Non-Debye
Relaxation in High Tc Granular Superconductors -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Granular Superconductors and Superconducting Arrays -- Numerical Simulation of the Magnetic Relaxation in Superconducting Systems -- Noise Measurements in
dc-SQUIDs Based on Nb-Nbox-PbAuIn Josephson Junctions -- The Resistive Transition of Inhomogeneous Superconductors: Effects of “Mild” Granularity, Dimensionality, Gaussian Fluctuations and Critical Behaviour -- Relaxation and Dynamics
in Molecular and Biological Systems -- Comparison of Spin Glass Relaxation and Energy Transport at Dynamic Percolation -- Stretched-Exponential Relaxation of Electric Birefringence in Critical Systems and Colloidal Solutions -- The
Glass Transition of Hard Spherical Colloids -- Structural Relaxation and Dynamics of Water in Disordered MX-RH2O Systems -- Glassy Dynamics and Relaxation in Proteins -- Models for Relaxation in Glasses and Protein Channels --
Information Classification Acquired by Organization of Neuronic Connections -- Long-Term Behavior of Neural Networks -- Information Storage and Relaxation in Biological Systems -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Other Complex Systems --
Dynamical Properties of Hierarchical Polymeric Cluster Solutions -- Critical Scaling in Glassy Glasses -- Flow in Granular Materials: Self-Organized Non-Critical Behavior -- Non-Exponential Thermal Relaxation and Low-Energy Excitations
in CDW Compounds -- Non-Debye-Like Dielectric Relaxation in Ionically and Electronically Conducting Glasses -- Anelastic Relaxation due to Interacting Point Defects -- Complexity and Chaos in Thermal Convection -- About the Fractal
Relationship Between Kohlrausch-Williams-Watts Decay, Cole-Cole and Davidson-Cole Relaxations -- Polarization Decay in Glass-Forming and Ferroelectric Perovskites -- General Theoretical Aspects of Relaxation in Complex Systems --
Localization as a Mechanism for the Transition to Anomalous Relaxation -- Complexity of Hierarchical Relaxation -- Probability Density of Random Walks on Random Fractals: Stretched Gaussians and Multifractal Features -- The Symmetric
and Fully Distributed Solution to a Generalized Dining Philosophers Problem: An Analogue of the Coupling Theory of Relaxations in Complex Correlated Systems -- Onsager-Machlup Functions for Ising Networks -- Simple Models for Complex
Relaxation -- to the Lattice Boltzmann Equation for Fluid Dynamics -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Atoms , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Supercollider 2
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (840 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3728-1
Contents:1. Worldwide Experience and Challenges -- Past and Future of the U.S./Japan Cooperation in High Energy Physics -- Accelerator Projects in the USA -- 2. Accelerators -- Studies of Cold Protection Diodes -- Numerical Studies of the SSC
Injection Process: Long Term Tracking -- Application of the SSCTRK Numerical Simulation Program to the Evaluation of the SSC Magnet Aperture -- Collider Ring Particle Loss Tracking with SSCTRK -- Low Energy Booster Resonant Power
Supply System -- The SSC Collider Ring Correction Magnet System -- Early Instrumentation Projects at the SSC -- 3. Computers/Controls -- Versatile Computer Program for Solenoid Design and Analysis -- Trends in Data Acquisition
Instrumentation -- The Magnet Components Database System -- Computing Requirements for the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory -- Real-Time Data Acquisition and Computation for the SSC Using Optical and Electronic Technologies -- 4.
Conventional Construction -- Scheduling the SSC Construction -- Super Collider Egress Spacing and Life Safety -- 5. Cryogenics -- A Refrigeration Plant Concept for the SSC -- Transverse Cooling SSC Magnets -- The Cryogenic System for
the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory -- A Dynamic Model for Helium Core Heat Exchangers -- Simulation of the SSC Refrigeration System Using the ASPEN/SP Process Simulator -- 6. Detectors I -- Cad Tools for Detector Design -- A Projective
Geometry Lead Fiber Scintillator Detector -- A High Resolution Barium Fluoride Calorimeter -- Fast Liquid Scintillators Based on Organic Dye-Polymer Conjugates -- A Detector for Bottom Physics at the SSC -- Superconducting Air Core
Toroids for Precision Muon Measurements at the SSC -- R and D Programme In Switzerland for Future Detectors -- 7. Materials and Magnets I -- NBTI Superconductors with Artificial Pinning Structures -- Recent Development of SSC Cable in
Furukawa -- A New Device for Production Measurements of Field Integral and Field Direction of SC Dipole Magnets -- An “In House” Cabling Facility -- Conceptual Design for the SSC High Energy Booster -- Self-Propelled In-Tube Shuttle
and Control System for Automated Measurements of Magnetic Field Alignment -- Correction of Magnetization Sextupole in One-Meter Long Dipole Magnets Using Passive Superconductor -- Electrical Insulation Requirements and Test Procedures
for SSC Dipole Magnets -- Multiple Coil Pulsed Magnetic Resonance Method for Measuring Cold SSC Dipole Magnet Field Quality -- 8. Systems and Controls -- Overview of Fermi Natonal Accelerator Lab Control System -- A Suggestion for
Extension of Magnet Cryogenics into Acquisition and Computation Electronics and Photonics -- 9. Poster Sessions -- The SSC Superconducting Air Core Toroid Design Development -- Zeus Magnet Tests -- Manufacture of 10 T Twin Aperture
Superconducting Dipole Model for LHC Project -- Analysis of Collar, Yoke and Skin Interaction for the Mechanical Support of Superconducting Coils -- SSC Dipole Magnet Measurement and Alignment Using Laser Technology -- SSC 40mm Short
Model Construction Experience -- Process Control Oriented Quench Analysis of A SSC Magnet -- Bulk Modulus Capacitor Load Cells -- Radiation Effects on Integrated Circuits Used in High Energy Research -- Sensor Array for
Characterization of Magnetic Fields in Cold Bore Dipole SSC Magnets -- The LSU Electron Storage Ring, The First Commercially-Built Storage Ring -- 10. Program Schedules and Challenges -- Project Organizations and Schedules -- 11.
Materials and Conductors II -- Superconducting Cable for HERA -- Design of Multifilamentary Strand for Superconducting Super Collider Applications—Reduction of Magnetizations Due to Proximity Effect and Persistent Current --
Development of NbTi Superconducting Cable for the SSC by Sumitomo Electric Industries -- A Status Report on the Development of Inner and Outer Conductors for the SSC Dipole and Quadrupole Magnets -- Evaluation of SSC Cable Produced for
the Model Dipole Program during 1989 and through February, 1990 -- Current Developments of the Cu/Nb-Ti Superconducting Cables for SSC in Hitachi Cable, LTD. -- Development and Large Scale Production of NbTi and Nb3Sn Conductors for
Beam Line and Detector Magnets -- Tests of DC Cable-in-Conduit Superconductors for Large Detector Magnets -- 12. Detectors II -- Monolithic JFET Preamplifier for Ionization Chamber Calorimeters -- Rad-Hard Electronics Development
Program for SSC Liquid-Argon Calorimeters -- Performance Measurements of Hybrid Pin Diode Arrays -- A Straw-Tube Tracking System for the SSC -- A Straw Tube Design Suitable for Mass Production -- 13. Education -- Building Blocks of the
Universe -- Educational Opportunities from the SSC -- 14. Magnets II -- An Automated Coil Winding Machine for the SSC Dipole Magnets -- Experimental Evaluation of Vertically Versus Horizontally Split Yokes for SSC Dipole Magnets --
Summary of Construction Details and Test Performance of Recent Series of 1.8 Meter SSC Dipoles at BNL -- Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Superconducting Coils -- Development of High Manganese Non-Magnetic Steel for SSC
Dipole Superconducting Magnet Collar -- 15. Technology Transfer -- Industrial Participation in Tristan Project at KEK, Japan -- Possible SSC Dipole Design/Manufacturing Improvements Based on HERA Experience -- Technology Transfer -
Past, Present and Future -- Attendees -- Author Index
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Title:Frontiers of Particle Beams Observation, Diagnosis and Correction Proceedings of a Topical Course Held by the Joint US-CERN School on Particle Accelerators at Anacapri, Isola di Capri, Italy, October 20–26, 1988
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (510 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018278
Contents:Accelerator physics as a profession -- Single particle motion -- Trajectory and closed orbit correction -- Transverse betatron tune measurements -- Theory of emittance invariants -- Methods of emittance measurement -- Coupled
transverse motion -- Measurement of the longitudinal parameters of an electron beam in a storage ring -- Absolute luminosity and energy determination in bunched colliding-beam machines -- Polarization in large e+/e? storage rings --
Experimental study of resonances -- Experimental particle tracking -- Nonplanar machines -- An overview of collective effects in circular and linear accelerators -- Beam transfer function and Landau damping -- Wake fields measurements
-- Cures for instabilities -- Physical phenomena used in beam observation -- Electromagnetic detectors -- Beam intercepting monitors -- Diagnostics with schottky noise -- Signal analysis -- Synchrotron radiation from magnetic
undulators as a prospective diagnostic tool -- Monitoring in future e + e ? colliders -- The commissioning of accelerators
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Title:High-Energy Ion-Atom Collisions Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on High-Energy Ion-Atom Collisions Held in Debrecen, Hungary, August 3–5, 1987
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (540 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-18732-4
Contents:Welcome by D. Berényi -- Opening Address by D. Kiss -- Electronic processes in energetic ion-atom collisions -- Remarks on the present status of SCA calculations -- Classical treatments of the L-shell ionization probability at zero
impact parameter -- Finite-basis-set expansion method for inner-shell ionization in ion-atom collisions -- A modified ECPSSR theory for light-ion induced K-shell ionization -- K-shell ionization by 3He ions -- Vacancy sharing between
the L-subshells of Th under heavy ion impact -- Inner shell ionization accompanying 40Ar + 51V fusion reaction -- Theories of electron capture in ion-atom collisions -- Structure due to electron correlation effects in the energy
dependence of high-energy ion-atom electron capture cross sections -- Are some rydberg states formed by post-target electron capture? -- Electron capture from K and L shells in several kinds of atoms by 72, 62 and 52 MeV 3He2+ beams --
A QED approach to one electron charge transfer in ion atom collisions -- Coherence effects in slow ion-atom collisions -- Photon angular distributions of the relativistic radiative electron capture -- Angular distribution of the neon
K-Auger satellites in heavy ion-atom collisions -- Role of the magnetic quadrupole radiation in L3-subshell alignment studies -- Integral and differential alignment of the M-shell vacancies in ion-atom collisions -- The angular
distribution of the KL-LL2,3L2,3 satellite Auger transitions in Ne -- Studies of forward electron ejection from gaseous targets -- Three-body coulomb continuum and ionization by ion impact -- Electron emission at small angles in H+-He
collision -- Collision induced autoionisation of 2.0 – 2.4 MeV Ar+ and O+ ions -- Scattering of cusp-electrons in ion-atom collisions -- Angular distributions of electrons emitted in proton — Helium collisions -- Instrumental effects
in measurements of electron distributions induced by atomic collisions -- Collisional electron detachment of H~: A connection to the three-particle coulomb problem -- Excited states population of fast heavy ions at the exit of gazeous
and solid targets -- Solid-state effects in electron ejection by charged particles -- Transport theory for convoy electrons and Rydberg electrons in solids -- Non-equilibrium convoy electron production in coincidence with outgoing
projectile charge states -- Valence compton profiles of Ag and Au by inelastic proton-electron scattering -- Molecular fragmentation in heavy ion collisions -- Two-electron processes in ion-atom collisions — experiment -- Two electron
processes in atomic collisions -- Partial adiabaticity and scattering correlation in multiple ionization induced by high energy projectiles -- The cross section scaling for ionization of hydrogen and helium by multicharged ions --
Several manifestations of pauli correlations in energetic ion-atom collisions -- Information on the Structure of heavy few-electron ions -- Multiple ionization and multiple vacancy production in heavy-ion - Ne collisions — an
experimental study -- Multiple ionization by energetic heavy ion collisions — an evidence of the innershell electron transfer in highly charged recoil ion production -- X-ray emission following close heavy ion-atom collisions --
Non-binomial distribution of palladium K?Ln X-ray satellites emitted after excitation by 16O ions -- Storage rings for investigation of ion-atom collisions -- Laser multicharge ion source of the dubna synchrophasotron -- Beams of
relativistic nuclei at the dubna synchrophasotron -- Concluding remarks
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Title:Electronic Properties of Conjugated Polymers Proceedings of an International Winter School, Kirchberg, Tirol, March 14–21, 1987
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (444 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83284-0
Contents:I Conductivity -- Electronic Transport in Low-Conductivity Metals and Comparison with Highly Conducting Polymers -- Synthesis of New Conductive Electronic Polymers -- Long Mean Free Path Coherent Transport in Doped Polyacetylene --
Frequency- and Temperature-Dependent Dielectric Losses in Lightly Doped Conducting Polymers -- Variable-Range Hopping in Polymers Prepared from Iodo-(2-nitrophenyl)-acetylene -- Transport Studies on Polypyrrole Films Prepared from
Aqueous TsONa Solutions of Different Concentrations -- II Defects and Conjugation Length -- Influence of the Conjugation Length of Polyacetylene Chains on the DC-Conductivity. -- Conjugation Length and Localization in Conjugated
Polymers -- Theoretical Investigations of Segmented Polyacetylene -- Analysis of the Raman Spectra of Modified trans-(CH)x -- Conformation of Conjugated Polymers and Their Relation to Electron Delocalisation -- Polyacetylene Segments
in a Polyvinylidene-Chloride Matrix: Anisotropic Optical Properties -- III Electron Energy Loss, Optical and Raman Spectroscopy -- Electronic Structure of Conducting Polymers by Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy -- Electronic Structure
of Undoped and Doped Polyphenylenevinylene. -- Electronic Structure of Doped Highly Oriented Polyacetylene -- Polarization Dependence of Recombination Kinetics in Stretch-Oriented trans-Polyacetylene -- Photogeneration Mechanism and
Mobility in Polydiacetylene -- Polarised Photoexcitation in Oriented Polyacetylene -- Radiative and Non-radiative Recombination Processes in Photoexcited Poly(p-phenylene vinylene) -- Photoinduced Absorption in Poly(p-phenylene
vinylene) -- Spectroscopy of Photo-Induced Solitons in cis-rich and trans- Polyacetylene -- Photoinduced Infrared Absorption in Polydiacetylene -- Towards Solid State Investigations on Polyacetylene -- Raman Scattering of Highly
Oriented Polyacetylene -- Experimental Raman Investigation of Oriented Undoped and Iodine Doped Polyacetylene -- Polarization Properties of the Raman Spectra in trans- and cis-Polyacetylene -- Interpretation of the Raman Spectra of
n-doped trans-(CH)x Films. -- IV Magnetic Resonance -- 10.1007/978-3-642-83284-0_28Pulsed ENDOR and TRIPLE Resonance on trans-Polyacetylene à 1a Durham Route -- ESR Study of Metallic Complexes of Alkali-Doped Polyacetylene -- In situ
ESR Study During the Electrochemical Intercalation of Potassium in Polyacetylene -- 7Li NMR Study of the Electrochemical Doping of Poly(acetylene) -- pz-Radical Electron Structure in Polydiacetylene (PDA) Molecules -- Triplet State
ODMR of Polydiacetylene Crystals -- V Theory -- Electronic and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Conjugated Polymers: A Quantum Chemistry Approach -- On the Role of the Coulomb Interaction in Conjugated Polymer -- Lattice Relaxation
Approach to Soliton and Polaron Dynamics in Conducting Polymers. -- VI Polyaniline -- Photoelectrochemistry of Polyaniline -- Redox Mechanisms in Polyaniline Films -- In situ FTIR Spectroscopy of Polyaniline -- Spectroscopic
Investigation of Polyaniline -- In situ Ellipsometry of Early Steps of Polyaniline Electrosynthesis -- Electronic Properties of Polyaniline -- On the Acidic Functions of Polyaniline -- Thermochromism and Acidochromism in Substituted
Polyanilines -- Spectroscopic Studies of some Model Molecules for Polyaniline -- ESCA Studies of Polyaniline and Polypyrrole -- Mass Spectroscopy of Chemical Processes in Conducting Polymers: Polyaniline. -- Synthesis and Properties of
a Conducting Polymer Derived from Diphenylamine. -- VII Polypyrrole, Polythiophene and Polyparaphenylene -- On Polaron and Bipolaron Formation in Conducting Polymers -- ESR of BF?4-Doped Poly(3-methylthiophene) -- Influence of the
Monomer Size on the Electronic Structure of Thiophene-Like Polymers -- Ion Implantation of Polythiophene -- Characterization of Polypyrrole-Polyvinyl Alcohol Composite Prepared by Chemical Oxidation of Pyrrole -- Electrochemistry of
Polypyrrole-Ferrocyanide Films -- Synthesis and Physical Properties of 3,4-Disubstituted Polypyrroles. -- A New Polyparaphenylene Thin Film Obtained by Electroreduction: Characterization and Electrochemical Studies -- VIII Special
Materials -- Control of the State of Order in Poly(p-phenylene vinylene) and Its Effect on Iodine Doping -- Electronic Excitations in Polysilanes -- Doping Experiments with ?-(Pyrazine)phthalocyaninatoiron(II) -- Optical and Electrical
Properties of a New Conductive Polyheterocycle: Poly( 1,4-di(2-thienyl))benzene -- Preparation, Spectroscopic and Electrical Characterization of a New Polyheterocycle: Poly-benzo(l,2-64, 3-b)dithiophene -- Investigation of Undoped and
Alkali-Metal Doped Poly(p-phenylene Selenide) -- Structural Characterization of Polymers Prepared from Iodophenylacetylene by Heating at Different Temperatures -- Metallic Coordination Polymers Using CS2 as Starting Material --
(QP)4(SbF6)3: A Model Compound for Doped Polymers? -- IX Related Topics -- Supermolecular Structures Based on Langmuir-Blodgett Films -- Preparation and Structure of Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Polymers. -- BEDT-TTF Radical Salts:
Organic Metals and Superconductors -- Electrical Conducting Molecular Crystals in a Polymer Matrix -- X Applications -- Grafting, Ionomer Composites, and Auto-doping of Conductive Polymers. -- On the Charge Storage Mechanism of
Conducting Polymers -- Electrochemical Investigations and Neutron Activation Analysis of Polyacetylene -- Low Frequency Impedance Measurements on Polypyrrole -- Poly(alkyl thiophenes) and Poly(substituted heteroaromatic vinylenes):
Versatile, Highly Conductive, Processible Polymers with Tunable Properties -- Electrical Conductivity in Heterogeneous Polymer Systems -- Organic and Polymeric Non-linear Optical Materials: Properties and Applications. -- Preparation
of Conducting Polymers by UHV-Compatible Methods. -- Organic Semiconducting Polymers for New Electronic Devices -- Polymer-Based Conducting Material Used for Water Vapour Detection in Air -- A Novel Application of Conducting Polymers:
Remotely Readable Indicator Devices. -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Materials science , Physical chemistry , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Power electronics , Materials , Thin films , Materials Science , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Physical Chemistry , Power Electronics, Electrical Machines and Networks
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Title:Condensed Matter Theories Volume 2
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (407 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0917-8
Contents:I. Computer Simulations -- Molecular Dynamics Studies of Glass Transitions: Vitrification and Amorphization -- Phase Transition in Metallic Spin Glasses -- Study of Dynamical Properties of Dense Soft Sphere Fluids and Glasses by
Molecular Dynamics -- Dynamic Theory of the Glass Transition in Dense Classical Plasmas -- Structure of a One-Component Plasma in an External Field: A Molecular Dynamics Study of Particle Arrangement in a Heavy-Ion Storage Ring --
Calculation of Elastic Constants Using Molecular Dynamics -- Fragmentation and Structure of Silicon Microclusters -- Physics of Strongly Coupled Rotation-Translation Systems -- Computer Simulation of “Special” Grain Boundaries in
Metals and Ionic Materials -- Order and Chaos in Neural Systems -- II. Density Functional Method -- What’s Right and What’s Wrong with the Density-Gradient Expansions for the Exchange and Correlation Energies? -- Exchange-Only Energy
Functionals from Atomic Exchange Energy Densities -- Density Functional Theory and f Electron Systems -- Non-Local Correlation and Point Transformations in Density Functional Theory -- Symmetry Constraints in the Ionization Potentials
and on the Formulation of the Hohenberg-Kohn-Sham Theory -- Hypernetted Chain Analyses of Dense Plasmalike Materials -- Self Consistent Model for Tunneling Across a One Dimensional Barrier in a Many Electron System -- Elasticity of
Crystals and Quasicrystals -- III. Charged and Neutral Quantum Fluids -- Superfluidity in 3He Films -- Quantum Monte Carlo and the Equation of State of Liquid 3He -- Topics in Multi-Component Fermi Systems -- Rapidly-Convergent
Truncation Scheme for the Ground State Energy of Quantum Fluids -- Boson-Mixtures at Non-Zero Temperatures -- Elementary Excitations in Two Dimensional Electron Gas Arrays -- Quark Cluster Model for High Energy Reactions with Nuclei --
Multipair Excitations and Dynamic Response of the Metallic Electron Gas in Two and Three Dimensions -- The Response Function of the Hard-Sphere Fermi Gas -- IV. Localization -- Degenerately-Doped Semiconductors in Strong Magnetic
Fields -- Universal Conductance Fluctuations in Disordered Metals -- A Scaling Theory of Localization and Superconductivity -- Electron Localization in One-Dimensional Incommensurate Potentials -- Transport in Metal Alloys and
Resistivity Saturation -- V. Growth Kinetics -- Ballistic Deposition on Surfaces -- Monte Carlo Simulation of Large Eden Clusters on a Cray-2 -- Renormalization Group Methods for Phase Separation Problems -- Measuring Fractals:
Comparison of Theory and Experiment on the Global Properties of a Strange Attractor -- VI. Quantum Hall Effect -- Fluctuation and Exchange in the Fractional Quantized Hall Effect -- Linear Response and the Quantization of the Hall
Conductivity -- VII. Heavy-Feemion Systems -- What Underlies the Anderson Hamiltonian? -- The Anderson Lattice and Universal Properties of Heavy Fermion Systems -- VIII. Coupled Cluster Method -- Extended Coupled Cluster Method:
Quantum Many-Body Theory Made Classical -- On an Effective Gauge Field Description of a Positron Impurity in Polarizable Media -- A Temperature Dependent Coupled Cluster Method -- CBF Description of Light Nuclei
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Title:Computing in Accelerator Design and Operation Proceedings of the Europhysics Conference Held at the Hahn-Meitner-Institut für Kernforschung Berlin GmbH Berlin, Germany, September 20–23,1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (578 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-13909-5
Contents:Future high energy accelerators -- Beam optics and dynamics -- Design of r.f. cavities -- Computer aided magnet design -- Beam instabilities and computer simulations -- Calculation of polarization effects -- Particle tracking in
accelerators with higher order multipole fields -- Programs for designing the accelerating cavities for linear accelerators -- The MAGMI program for double pass electron linear accelerators -- A fortran program (RELAX3D) to solve the 3
dimensional poisson (Laplace) equation -- Calculation of three dimensional electric fields by successive over-relaxation in the central region of a cyclotron -- The design of the accelerating cavity for SuSe with the aid of the
three-dimensional cavity calculation program CAV3D -- The further development of the calculation of the three dimensional electric field in the central region of the INR cyclotron -- Particle tracking using lie algebraic methods --
Numerical investigation of bunch-merging in a heavy-ion-synchrotron -- Nonlinear aspects of Landau damping in computer simulation of the microwave instability -- The transport theory of particle beam-congregation in six-dimensional
phase space -- The MAD program -- Analogue computer display of accelerator beam optics -- A Monte Carlo beam transport program, REVMOC -- Multiparticle codes developed at GANIL -- MIRKO — an interactive program for beam lines and
synchrotrons -- Aperture studies of the BNL colliding beam accelerator with reduced superperiodicity -- The study of misalignmental characteristics of beam optical components of HI-13 tandem -- Calculations for the design and
modification of the 2 cyclotrons of S.A.R.A. -- Magnetic field optimization and beam dynamics calculations for SuSe -- ‘DFLKTR’ the code for designing the electrostatic extraction system for cyclotrons -- RFQ design considerations --
Effects of higher order multipole fields on high current RFQ accelerator design -- Versatile codes and effective method for orbit programming with actually existing first harmonics in cyclotron -- Calculations of the heavy ion saclay
tandem post accelerator beams -- Electron injector computer simulations -- Numerical simulations of orbit correction in large electron rings -- Simulation of polarization correction schemes in e+e? storage rings -- Computation of
electron spin polarisation in storage rings -- Archsim: A proton synchrotron tracking program including longitudinal space charge -- A method for distinguishing chaotic from quasi-periodic motions in orbit tracking programs -- PATH — a
lumped-element beam-transport simulation program with space charge -- Workshop no. 1. Computer programs for lattice calculations -- Digital control of accelerators — the first ten years -- Distributed digital control of accelerators --
Centralized digital control of accelerators -- Concurrent control of interacting accelerators with particle beams of varying format and kind -- Integrated control and data acquisition of experimental facilities -- Software engineering
tools -- Centralization and decentralization in the TRIUMF Control System -- The Fermilab Accelerator Controls System -- The control system for the daresbury synchrotron radiation source -- The microprocessor-based control system for
the Milan superconducting cyclotron -- The ELSA control system hardware -- Computer control system of polarized ion source and beam transport line at KEK -- Computer control system of TRISTAN -- The system for process control and data
analysis based on microcomputer and CAMAC equipment in the LAE 13/9 linear electron accelerator -- Some features of the computer control system for the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory -- Design
criteria for the operation of accelerators under computer control -- Computer aided control of the bonn penning polarized ion source -- Treatment and display of transient signals in the CERN antiproton accumulator -- Fast CAMAC-based
sampling digitizers and digital filters for beam diagnostics and control in the CERN PS complex -- Automated cyclotron magnetic field measurement at the University of Manitoba -- On the problem of magnet ramping -- High level control
programs at NSLS -- The minicomputer network for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY -- The electronic interface for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY -- to computing for
accelerator operation -- Man-machine interface versus full automation -- Models and simulations -- Operations and communications within the Daresbury nuclear structure facility control system -- Consoles and displays for accelerator
operation -- Operator interface to the oric control system -- Computer aided setting up of VICKSI -- GANIL beam setting methods using on-line computer codes -- A multi-processor, multi-task control structure for the CERN SPS --
Computer codes for automatic tuning of the beam transport at the Unilac -- Interactive testprogram for ion optics -- Numerical orbit calculation for a linac and improvement of its transmission efficiency of a beam -- The computerized
beam phase measurement system at GANIL its applications to the automatic isochronization in the Separated Sector Cyclotrons (SSC) and other main tuning procedures -- On-line optimization code used at Saturne -- Automatic supervision
for Saturne -- A local computer network for the experimental data acquisition at BESSY -- Closing remarks
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Title:Laser Spectroscopy V Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference Jasper Park Lodge, Alberta, Canada, June 29 – July 3, 1981
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (498 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-38804-3
Contents:Introduction: Progress and Perspectives in Laser Spectroscopy -- I. Fundamental Applications of Laser Spectroscopy -- Precision Spectroscopy and Laser Frequency Control Using FM Sideband Optical Heterodyne Techniques -- High Precision
Laser Interferometry for Detection of Gravitational Radiation -- Optical Cavity Laser Interferometers for Gravitational Wave Detection -- A Proposed Two Photon Correlation Experiment as a Test of Hidden Variable Theories -- Lamb Shift
Studies of Cl16+ -- II. Laser Spectroscopic Applications -- Selective Spectrum Simplification by Laser Level Labeling -- Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy: Counting Noble Gas Atoms -- Linewidth Characteristics of (GaAI) as
Semiconductor Diode Lasers -- High Sensitivity Spectroscopy with Tunable Diode Lasers — Detection of O2 Quadrupole Transitions and 14C -- New Techniques and Applications for High Resolution Tunable Submillimeter Spectroscopy --
Infrared Heterodyne Spectroscopy of Ammonia and Ethjlene in Stars -- Stark Modulation Spectroscopy in the Visible Region -- Alignment Effects in Optogalvanic Spectroscopy -- Spin Polarization of Atoms by Laser Driven Two Photon and
Excimer Transitions -- High Power Tunable Mid IR NH3-N2 Laser and Its Application for Selective Interaction with Multiatomic Molecules -- III. Double Resonance -- Infrared-Ultraviolet Double Resonance Studies of Molecular Energy
Transfer -- Pulsed Optical-Optical Double Resonance Spectroscopy of 7Li2 -- Double-Resonance Polarization Spectroscopy of the Caesium-Dimer (Cs2) -- Laser-Microwave Spectroscopy of Li+ Ions -- Laser-Induced Coherence Effects in
Molecular Beam Optical-RF Double Resonance -- Probing the Dressed Molecule Energy Levels by Infrared-Radiofrequency Double Resonance -- Infrared-Microwave Double Resonance Spectroscopy of Tetrahedral Molecules Using a Tunable Diode
Laser -- Molecular-Beam, Laser-RF, Double Resonance Studies of Calcium Monohalide Radicals -- IV. Collision-Induced Phenomena -- Collision-Induced Coherence in Four Wave Light Mixing -- Collisional Effects in Resonance Fluorescence --
Theory of Nonlinear Optical Resonances Induced by Collisions -- Polarization Intermodulated Excitation (POLINEX) Spectroscopy of Excited Atoms -- Laser Optical Pumping in Atomic Vapors with Velocity Changing Collisions -- Dressed Atom
Approach to Line Broadening -- Collisional Processes Between Laser-Excited Potassium Atoms -- Noble Gas Induced Relaxation of the Li 3S-3P Transition Spanning the Short Term Impact Regime to the Long Term Asymptotic Regime -- Double
Resonance Studies of Collision-Induced Transitions in a Molecular Beam -- V. Nonlinear Processes -- New Phenomena in Coherent Optical Transients -- Stimulated Raman Studies of CO2-Laser-Excited SF6 -- Pulsed and CW Molecular Beam CARS
Spectroscopy -- Spectroscopy of Higher Order CARS and CSRS -- Multiphoton Free-Free Transitions -- Precision Studies in 3-Level Systems -- Non-Linear Hanle Effect: Saturation Parameters and Power Enhancements in Lasers -- Atomic
Coherence Effects in Resonant Four-Wave Mixing Spectroscopy of Sodium -- On the Validity of the Judd-Ofelt Theory for Two-Photon Absorption in the Rare Earths -- Molecular Spectroscopy Using Diode and Combined Diode-CO2 Lasers --
Two-Photon Light Shift in Optically Pumped FIR Lasers -- Optical Stark Splitting of Rotational Raman Transitions -- VI. Rydberg States (Panel Discussion) -- Resonant Collisions Between Two Rydberg Atoms -- Rydberg Atoms in Magnetic
Fields — The Landau Limit of the Spectrum -- High Precision Energy Level Measurements in Helium -- Rydberg-Rydberg Interactions in Dense Systems of Highly Excited Atoms -- Turning Off the Vacuum -- Influence of the Earth Magnetic Field
of the Photoionization Stark Spectrum of Excited Sodium Atoms -- Rydberg Superradiance -- Collision Effects with High-Rydberg State Atoms -- Perturbations in Rydberg Sequences Probed by Lifetime, Zeeman-Effect and Hyperfine-Structure
Measurements -- VII. Methods of Studying Unstable Species -- Optogalvanic Spectroscopy in Recombination-Limited Plasmas with Color Center Lasers -- LIF Studies of Fragment Ions: CH+ and CD+ -- Sub-Doppler Spectroscopy of Some Gaseous
Metal Oxide Molecules -- The Infrared Spectrum of H3+ -- Infrared Vibrational Predissociation Spectroscopy of Small Molecular Clusters -- The Direct Photodissociation of van der Waals Molecules -- Optothermal Infrared Spectroscopy --
Laser Magnetic Double Resonance Spectra at 5 and 10 ?m -- High Sensitivity Color Center Laser Spectroscopy -- VIII. Cooling, Trapping and Control of Ions, Atoms, and Molecules -- Mono-Ion Oscillator for Ultimate Resolution Laser
Spectroscopy -- Laser Cooling and Double Resonance Spectroscopy of Stored Ions -- Spectroscopy of Trapped Negative Ions -- Atomic Deceleration, Monochromatization and Trapping in Laser Waves: Theory and Experiments -- IX. Surface and
Said State -- FM Spectroscopy and Frequency Domain Optical Memories -- Spectroscopy of Very Weakly Absorbing Condensed Media -- Optical Hole-Burning and Ground State Energy Transfer in Ruby -- Surface-Enhanced Nonlinear Optical Effects
and Detection of Adsorbed Molecular Monolayers -- Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering from Lithographically Prepared Microstructures -- Investigation of Molecule-Surface Interaction by Laser-Induced Fluorescence -- Hyperfine Studies of
Rare-Earth Ions Dilute in Optical Solids -- X. Vacuum Ultraviolet -- Anti-Stokes Scattering as an XUV Radiation Source -- The Study of Atomic and Molecular Processes with Rare-Gas Halogen Lasers -- Optical Second Harmonic Generation by
a Single Laser Beam in an Isotropic Medium -- Quantitative VUV Absorption Spectroscopy of Free Ions -- Laser-Assisted Collisional Energy Transfer Between Rydberg States of Carbon Monoxide -- XI. Progress in New Laser Sources --
Optically Pumped Semiconductor Platelet Lasers -- Short Wavelength Laser Design -- Free Electron Laser Experiment on the ACO Storage Ring (Orsay) -- Simple UV, Visible and IR Recombination Lasers in Expanding Metal-Vapor Plasmas -- A
Two-Photon Laser -- List of Contributors
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Title:Megagauss Physics and Technology
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (684 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-1048-8
Contents:Experimental Techniques in Ultrahigh Magnetic Field Generation -- Pulsed Magnetic Field Generators and Their Practical Applications -- Production and Measurements of Megagauss Magnetic Fields in Single-Turn Coils -- Measurement of
Pulsed Magnetic Fields Produced by Flux Compression, in Imploding Liners -- TOFS-A Timing Optical Fiber System -- Test Bench for Operation with Great Explosive Charges Under Laboratory Conditions -- Conductors and Insulators at High
Energy Densities and Speeds -- High-Energy Electric Pulse Generation by Cumulative Explosion -- Explosive Plasma Source Experiment -- Electrophysical Properties of Detonation Products of Condensed Explosives -- Xenon Shock Waves Driven
by High Magnetic Fields -- Extinguishing of the Electric Arc Compressed by Shock Waves -- Design and Analysis of Isentropic Compression Experiments -- Effects of Metallurgical Microstructure of Armatures on Compressed Magnetic Field
Generators -- Shock-Induced Electrical Switching in Polymeric Films -- Generation of Ultrahigh Magnetic Fields by Small-Scale Single-Shot Experiments -- Modeling of Magnetodynamic Systems -- Small Helical Flux Compression Amplifiers --
Energy Capabilities and Magnetic Flux Losses in “Bellows”-Type Explosive Generators -- COMAG-III: A 2-D MHD Code for Helical CMF Generators -- Numerical Studies of Helical CMF Generators -- MHD Phenomena at High Magnetic Reynolds
Number -- Plasma Crowbars in Cylindrical Flux Compression Experiments -- Magnetic Flux Compression by Expanding Plasma Armatures -- An Equivalent Circuit Model for a Solenoidal Compressed Magnetic Field Generator -- A Finite-Element
Model of Compressed Magnetic Field Generators -- Advanced Pulsed Power Topics -- Pulse Transformer Operation in Megagauss Fields -- Magnetic Propulsion for a Hypervelocity Launcher -- Magnetic Propulsion Railguns: Their Design and
Capabilities -- Shiva X-Ray Source Experiments -- Numerical Simulation of the Effects of an Injected BZ Field on an Imploding Hollow Plasma Liner -- Inductively Driven Imploding Plasma System for X-Ray Generation -- A Very Fast
Electromagnetically Operated Circuit Breaker -- Fast Opening Switches Carrying Multimegampere Currents -- Imploding Liner Systems for Fusion -- Review of the NRL Liner Implosion Program -- On Efficiency of Two-Step Energy
Transformation in a System with Inductive Storage for MCG Magnetic Field Production -- Results from the Los Alamos Fast Liner Experiment -- Liner Thermonuclear Systems with Superhigh Magnetic Field and ? > 1 -- Adiabatic Compression of
3-D Plasma Magnetic Field Configuration -- Numerical Simulation of Dynamics of Quasispherical Metallic Liner -- A Conceptual Design for an Imploding-Liner Fusion Reactor -- Stabilization Concepts of Imploding Liquid Metal Liner --
Modeling of LINUS-Type Stabilized Liner Implosions -- Megagauss Field Generation -- Megagauss Fields Produced with Small Explosive Charges -- Investigation of Capabilities of Magneto-Cumulative Megagauss Magnetic Field Generation --
Production of Megagauss Fields by Compression of Magnetic Flux by a Metallic Liner -- Megagauss Magnetic Field Production in Small Volumes -- On a Novel Scheme for the Generation of Megagauss Fields -- Superhigh Magnetic Field
Generation by a Cumulating Liner and Magnetopressed Discharge -- Experimental and Computational Study of Axial Magnetic Field Compression by Cylindrical Plasma Liners -- Applications of Ultrahigh Magnetic Field Techniques -- Abstract
of Report of the Panel on High Magnetic Field Research and Facilities -- Design, Performance and Use of a Near Megagauss Pulsed Machine -- Experimental Research on Explosive-Driven Magnetic Generator Performance with
Resistive-Inductive Load -- Megagauss Fields and Current Pattern in Focussed Discharges -- Application of Strong Magnetic Fields for the Acceleration of Charged Particles -- Magnetocumulative Generator Systems -- Magnetic Cumulation
Generator Parameters and Means to Improve Them -- A Multiwire Helical Magnetic Cumulation Generator -- Formation and Transmission of Magnetic Cumulation Generators Electromagnetic Energy Pulses -- Transformer Energy Output Magnetic
Cumulation Generators -- Reproducible Generation of Multimegagauss Magnetic Fields -- High Inductance Explosive Magnetic Generators with High Energy Multiplication -- Generation of the Magnetic Flux by Multicascade Capture -- Ultimate
Capacities of Transformer Method of Energy Transfer from Explosive Magnetic Generator to Inductive Load -- Study of Basic Regularities of Formation of Multi-MA-Current Pulses with Short Risetime by EMG Circuit Interruption -- Addresses
of Author Organizations -- Author Index
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Title:Laser Spectroscopy IV Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Rottach-Egern, Fed. Rep. of Germany, June 11–15, 1979
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (654 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-38950-7
Contents:Historical Perspectives in Laser Spectroscopy -- I. Fundamental Physical Applications of Laser Spectroscopy -- An Improved Test of the Isotropy of Space Using Laser Techniques -- Suggestion and Analysis for a New Optical Test of
General Relativity -- High Resolution Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen -- Direct Frequency Measurement of the 260 THz (1.15 ?m) 20Ne Laser: And Beyond -- Transverse Resonance-Radiation Pressure on Atomic Beams and the Influence of
Fluctuations -- Deflection of a Na Beam by Resonant Standing Wave Radiation -- Laser Cooling of Ions Bound to a Penning Trap -- Preparation, Cooling, and Spectroscopy of Single, Localized Ions -- II. Two and Three Level Atoms/High
Resolution Spectroscopy -- Theories of Laser Bandwidth Effects in Spectroscopy -- Interaction of Two Resonant Laser Fields with a Folded Doppler Broadened System of I2 -- Compensation of Doppler Broadening by Velocity-Dependent
Light-Shifts -- Multiple Coherent Interaction in Optical Separated Fields -- High Resolution Spectroscopy of Calcium Atoms -- High Resolution Two-Photon Spectroscopy of Rb Rydberg Levels -- High Resolution Saturation Spectroscopy with
CO2 Lasers. Application to the v3 Bands of SF6 and OsO4 -- High Resolution Laser Spectroscopy of Small Molecules -- Single Molecular Isotope Absorption-Spectra -- High Resolution Coherent Raman Spectroscopy of Gases -- Doppler-Free
Optogalvanic Spectroscopy -- Laser Saturation Spectroscopy with Optical Pumping -- Doppler-Free Intracavity Polarization Spectroscopy -- Forward Scattering and Polarization Spectroscopy -- Spectroscopic Studies into Elastic Scattering
of Excited Particles -- III. Rydberg States -- Stark Ionization of Rydberg States -- Rydberg States and Microwaves: High Resolution Spectroscopy, Masers, and Superradiance -- High Resolution Spectroscopy of Rydberg States -- Term
Values, Pressure Broadenings and Shifts in High Rydberg Levels of Rubidium -- Doubly Excited Alkaline Earth Atoms -- Selective Detection of Single Atoms by Multistep Excitation and Ionization Through Rydberg States -- IV. Multiphoton
Dissociation, Multiphoton Excitation -- Classical Model of SF6 Multiphoton Dissociation -- Collisionless Multiple Photon Excitations in SF6: Thermal or not? -- Resonant Multiphoton Dissociation of Small Molecules -- Double Resonance
Spectroscopy of Multiple-Photon Excited Molecules -- Spectroscopy of Photodissociation Products -- V. Nonlinear Processes, Laser Induced Collisions, Multiphoton Ionization -- Recent Progress in Four-Wave Mixing Spectroscopy -- Laser
Induced Collisional and Radiative Energy Transfer -- Laser Bandwidth and Intensity Effects in Multiphoton Ionization of Sodium -- Saturation and Stark-Splitting of Resonant Transitions in Stochastically Fluctuating Laser Fields of
Arbitrary Bandwidth -- VI. Coherent Transients, Time Domain Spectroscopy -- Two-Pulse Spectroscopy with Picosecond Laser Pulses -- Spectroscopy of Photoreaction Centres by Tunable Picosecond Parametric Oscillators -- Ultraslow Optical
Dephasing of Pr3+: LaF3 -- Optical Coherence Storage in Spin States -- Time-Resolved Infrared Spectral Photography -- VII. Optical Bistability, Superradiance -- Theory of Optical Bistability -- Controlling Light with Light: Optical
Bistability and Optical Modulation -- Theory of Superfluorescence -- Quantum Theory of Superfluorescence -- Experiments on the Initiation and Coherence Properties of Superfluorescence -- Coupled Transitions in Superradiance -- VIII.
Laser Spectroscopic Applications -- Phase Conjugate Optics -- Laser-Induced Selective Multistep Processes: Impact on Nuclear Physics, Chemistry and Biology -- Laser Spectroscopy of Short-Lived Isotopes in Fast Atomic Beams and
Resonance Cells -- Hyperfine Spectroscopy of Radioactive Alkali Isotopes -- Atomic Beam Laser Spectroscopy of Radioactive Ba Atoms -- Dye Laser Saturation Spectroscopy with Beams of Atoms and Ions -- Laser Induced Nuclear Orientation
-- Information on Nuclear Quadrupole Moments from Laser-rf Double-Resonance Spectroscopy -- Laser-rf Double-Resonance Spectroscopy -- cw VUV Generation and the Diagnostics of the Hydrogen Plasma -- IX. Laser Sources -- Tunable
Transition-Metal-Doped Solid State Lasers -- New Methods for the Generation of Ultrashort Dye Laser Pulses -- Optically Pumped Molecular Lasers -- Nd:YAG Pumped Tunable Sources and Application to ?(3) Spectroscopy -- X. Postdeadline
Papers -- Atomic-Beam and Resonance Spectroscopy of Alkali and Alkaline-Earth Atoms -- Observation of Transient and Stationary Zeeman Coherence by Polarization Spectroscopy -- Experimental Evidence for Light-Shift Induced Zero-Field
Level Crossing (“Optical Hanle Effect”) -- Diamagnetic and Collisional Perturbations of Caesium Rydberg States -- Collisional Effects in the Saturation Spectroscopy of Three-Level Systems: Theory and Experiment -- Double-Quantum
Saturation Spectroscopy with Lasers and rf -- High Resolution Spectroscopy in Helium -- Doppler-Limited Spectroscopy of the 3 v3 Band of SF6 -- Stimulated Level Shifting and Velocity Inversion in UV-Laser-Excited Photofragments --
Multiphoton Ionization Mass Spectrometry -- Standing Wave Saturation Effects in Coupled Three-Level Systems: IR-FIR Transferred Lamb-Dip in Optically Pumped Molecular Lasers -- Laser Spectroscopy in Intense Magnetic Fields -- Real-Time
Picosecond Measurements of Electronic Energy Transfer from DODCI to Malachite Green and DQOCI -- Quantum Beats in Triplet States of Phosphorescent Molecules Following Laser Flash Excitation -- Doppler-Free Optoacoustic Spectroscopy --
Pulsed Opto-Acoustic Spectroscopy of Liquids -- Design and Performance of a Broadband “Optical Diode” to Enforce One-Direction Traveling Wave Operation of a Ring Laser -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Circular particle accelerators
Author(s): Henri Bruck
Date:1972
Publisher:Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory: Los Alamos, N.M
Size:387 pgs.
Note:Translated by permission by Ralph McElroy Co., Inc.
Contents:Part I: The Focusing Element - 1. Magnetic Field of a Constant Gradient Sector, 2. Trajectory Equation in a Magnetic Sector (Newton-Lorentz Formalism), 3. The Hamiltonian of the Trajectory
Part II: Periodic Focusing Structure - 4. Matrix Calcuation, 5. Hill's Equation, Floquet's Theorem, 6. Phase Shifts Mu, Numbers of Oscillations Upsilon, and the Floquet Limits of Stability Examples, 7. Twiss Matrix: Coefficient Beta, 8. Emittance, Admittance and Envelope, 9. The Smooth Approximaiton
Part III: Perturbed Structures - 10. Classification of Instabilities or Resonances Forbidden Numbers of Oscillaitons, 11. Errors of Alignment and of the Guide Field, 12. Defects Delta(n) in Field Index (Theory in the Smooth Approximation), 13. Matched Straight Sections, 14. Elastic scattering of a Proton Beam by Residual Gas
Part IV: Acceleration - 15. Dispersive Properties of the Magnetic Field, 16. Synchronous Acceleration, 17. Perturbed Phase Oscillation, 18. Adiabatic Damping of the Oscillaitons, 19. Transition Energy, 20. Radiated Power, 21. Angular Distribution of the Radiated, 22. The Product of the Emission Rrequency of Quanta by the Mean Square of Their Energy, 23. Radiation Damping and Beam Dimensions (Smooth Approxiamtion Theory), 24. Radiation Damping and Beam Dimensions (General Theory), 25. Radial and Azimuthal Distributions of Electrons or Positrons in Storage Rings, 26. Quantum Losses (Smooth Approximaiton Treatment)
Part VI: High Intensity - 27. Transverse Density Limit, 28. Transverse Instabilities Due to Interactions with the Resistive Chamber Walls, 29. Longitudinal Instability, 30. Losses by Collisions Between Particles of the Same Beam (Touschek Effect), 31. Widening of the Beam by Multiple Interanl Collisions, 32. Budker's Self-Focusing Relativistic Beam
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Keywords: Particle accelerators.
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