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Physics Of Low Dimensional Materials, The

Frank J Owens

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Atomphysik, Kernphysik

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-->The purpose of this book is two fold. First to explain the properties of low dimensional solids such as electronic, vibrational and magnetic structure in terms of simple models. These are used to account for the properties of three dimensional materials providing an elementary introduction to the physics of low dimensional materials. The second objective is to discuss the properties of newer low dimensional materials not made of carbon. These are now the subject of research and describe various phenomena in them such magnetism and superconductivity. -->Contents: Computational Material ScienceElectronic PropertiesVibrational PropertiesCarbon NanotubesOther Kinds of NanotubesGrapheneOther Low Dimensional MaterialsMagnetism in Low Dimensional MaterialsSuperconductivity in Low Dimensional Materials --> -->Readership: Researchers and students in the field of low dimensional materials. -->Keywords:Graphene;2 Dimensional Materials;Carbon Nanotubes and Tubes of Other Materials;Magnetism in Low Dimensional Materials;Superconductivity in Low Dimensional MaterialsReview:Key Features:This book deals with not only conductivity but a range of other phenomena such as low dimensional magnetism and superconductivity and some very new low dimensional materials such silicene

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