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Authors: Shrivastava, Keshav N. (University of Hyderabad, India) 
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This book describes the classical electromagneticcs, atoms in a magnetic field, spin-orbit coupling, semiconductors, insulator-metal transition by doping, heterostructures, Landau levels, response function, quantum Hall effect, combination of g values, half-filled Landau levels, spin-orbit interaction with 1/c coupling, flux tunneling Goldstone mode, experimental as well as theoretical quantum Hall effect and fractional effective charge. Interpretation of the quantum Hall effect has been provided. NMR in quantum Hall effect is described and electronic polarization at half-filled Landau levels is given. There are appendices on: Kramers time reversal, k.p theory, radiation from 1 – d box, effective fractional charge experiments, Bose condensation of singlet pairs at the half-filled level, plateau width and activation, elementary spin-orbit interaction, Aharonov-Bohm phase, spin-charge decoupling including Luttinger liquid, Laughlin’s theory and the composite fermions.

Table of Contents:
Preface; Preliminaries; Semiconductors; Landau Levels; Response Function; Quantum Hall Effect; Interpretation of Quantum Hall Effect; Experimental Quantum Hall Effect; Physical Properties in Quantum Hall Effect; NMR in Quantum Hall Effect; Appendix A: Time Reversal; Appendix B: Perturbation theory of k.p.; Appendix C: Radiation from a 1-d box; Appendix D: Fractional Charge Experiments; Appendix E: Bose Condensation; Appendix F: Plateau Width and Activation; Appendix G: Elementary Spin_Orbit Interaction; Appendix H: Aharonov-Bohm Phase; Appendix I: Spin-Charge Decoupling; Appendix J: What is Quantum Hall Effect; Author Index; Subject Index.

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   ISBN: 978-1-59033-419-5
  
  
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