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01.Trends in Thin Solid Films Research
02.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 18
03.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 19
04.Introduction to Quantum Hall Effect
05.Quasicrystals: Types, Systems, and Techniques
06.Solid State Electronics Research Advances
07.Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 21
08.Ion Beam Analysis of Surfaces and Interfaces of Condensed Matter Systems
09.Magnetic Properties of Solids
10.Progress in Ferromagnetism Research
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Editors: Belkacem, M. and Dinh, P. M.

Table of Contents:
Preface; PART I. ATOMIC AND SMALL MOLECULE PHYSICS; Chapter 1. Momentum Distribution in Liquid Para-Hydrogen (J. W. Kim et al.); Chapter 2. Behavior of the Spherical Cellular Model of a Partially Ionized Gas (G. A. Baker, Jr.); Chapter 3. The Spectral Function of Atomic and Molecular Hydrogen (H. Reinholz et al.); PART II. NANOPARTICLES, CLUSTERS AND LARGE MOLECULES; Chapter 4. Mixed Transitions Metal Nanoparticles Structural and Magnetic Properties (J. Morillo et al.); Chapter 5. Application of Self Consistent Tight Binding Method to the Study of Anastase Nanocrystals (J. W. Hally et al.); Chapter 6. Pseudopotential Investigations of Spectroscopy in Inert Clusters and Matrices (F. Spiegelman et al.); Chapter 7. Design of Novel Silicon Nanostructures (P. Jena et al.); Chapter 8. Excited Electronic State Processes in Large Bio-molecules Modus Operandi (H. Bohr and H. B. Nielsen); PART III. DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY; Chapter 9. Calculation of the Ground-State Properties of the Dimerized 1D Hubbard Model (R. Lopez-Sandoval and G. M. Pastor); Chapter 10. Magneto-Optics in Parabolic 3D Quantum Dots in Magnetic Fields of Arbitrary Directions (M. Pi et al.); Chapter 11. Density Functional Theory (J. Keller); Chapter 12. The Local Exchange Potential in Density Functional Theory (V. V. Karasiev and E. V. Ludeña); PART IV. ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF SOLIDS; Chapter 13. Transport Current in Metal Films (H. M. Böhm et al.); Chapter 14. Mesoscopic Transport: The Electron-Gas Sum Rules in a driven Quantum Point Contact (M. P. Das et al.); Chapter 15. Clustering of the Electro-Hole Liquid and the Electro-Proton Mixture (M. Saarela and T. Taipaleenmäki); Chapter 16. Quantum Statistical Theory of the Fermionic Quantum Hall Effect (S. Fujita and K. Ito); Chapter 17. Effective Hamiltonian for Cuprates: Global Phase Diagram (S. Capponi et al.); Chapter 18. Applications of LSDA to the Study of Strongly Localized 2D Electron Systems (A. Emperador); Chapter 19. Miltistability and Fractal Properties of Hamiltonian Lattice Models (K. E. Kürten and C. Krattenthaler); PART V. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, SUPERFLUIDITY AND BOSE CONDENSATE; Chapter 20. Cooper Pairing Revisited (V. C. Aguilera-Navarro et al.); Chapter 21. Study of Ground State Properties and Vacancies in Solid p-H2 with a Shadow Wave Function (F. Pederiva and F. Operetto); Chapter 22. Microscopic Calculations of Small Mixed Helium Droplets (J. Navarro and R. Guardiola); Chapter 23. On the Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability in a Phase-Separated 3He-4He Liquid Mixture (S. Burmistrov et al.); Chapter 24. Mean-Fields, Scattering Lengths and Observed Resonances in Bose-Einstein Condensates (F. Bary Malik); Chapter 25. Tractable Croosing Symmetric Equations, Non-local Interactions and Pairing in 3D Fermi Systems (K. F. Quader and T. L. Ainsworth); Chapter 26. Onset of Motion and Depinning of Bragg Glass (G. Li et al.); PART VI. QUANTUM INFORMATION; Chapter 27. Entanglement as an Observer-Dependent Concept: an Application to Quantum Phase Transition (G. Ortiz et al.); Chapter 28. A Systematic Numerical Survey of the Separability Criteria for Bipartite Quantum Systems (M. Casas et al.); Appendix: The Small World of the Nobel Nematode Caenorhabditis Elegans (J. W. Clark and A. T. Eggebrecht); Index.

      Condensed Matter Theories
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   ISBN: 1-59454-308-9
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