Spatial Dispersion In Solids And Plasmas

Author: Peter Halevi
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A realistic description of plasmas, metals, semiconductors and insulators often requires spatially dispersive (non-local) models. This means that the dielectric function which characterizes the material medium depends on the wave-vector, as well as on the frequency. Surprisingly, there is no book which is entirely devoted to this important subject. The chapters presented in this book discuss electromagnetic (polariton) wave propagation in the bulk, at surfaces, in thin films and superlattices, in spheres and on cylinders. The emphasis is on advances in research in the last decade. Spatial Dispersion in Solids and Plasmas will be of multidisciplinary interest covering plasma physics, solid-state physics, optics, surface physics, and electrical engineering.

Publications Of The National Institute Of Standards And Technology Catalog

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Solids And Plasmas In High Magnetic Fields

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Nuclear Science Abstracts

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The Physics And Chemistry Of Solids

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Nuclear Science Abstracts

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Proceedings Of The International Conference On Lasers

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Physics Briefs

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Plasma Physics Reports

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Plasma Physics Index

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Plasmas And Laser Light

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Soviet Physics Solid State

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Soviet Physics

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Physical Processes Of The Interaction Of Fusion Plasmas With Solids

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The recent development of large fusion devices achieving near energy break-even scientifically proves the viability of fusion as an energy source. The challenge now facing fusion researchers is surmounting engineering obstacles to make fusion energy practical. Physical Processes of the Interaction of Fusion Plasmas with Solids discusses problems associated with plasma-surface interactions which represent a key issue in achieving engineering as opposed to scientific success. Unlike previous books on the subject, this text is directly related to the broad range of plasma-surface interactions problems encountered in fusion devices. Physical Processes of the Interaction of Fusion Plasmas with Solids provides the specialized international fusion community with a resource that covers the interesting new developments that have occurred with the advent of the larger fusion plasmadevices that have demonstrated near break-even energy. This book addresses problems that are useful for design and fabrication of such devices. The edge plasma Physical sputtering and radiation-enhanced sublimation Chemical erosion Electron emission from solids Control of plasma-surface interactions by thin films Thermal stability Radiation damage in metallic structural materials Radiation damage in carbon materials

Solid State Magnetic Sensors

Author: C.S. Roumenin
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I am profoundly convinced that notwithstanding the great progress made in solid-state magnetic sensors, they are as yet in their cloudless infancy, whereas there is still so much lying ahead in a world, unlimited in time and space ... Good Heavens! They are a whole Universe into themselves. So expounds the author in his preface to this second volume in the exciting new series, Handbook of Sensors and Actuators. The publication presents a balanced view of the overall progress made in the field, whilst summing up scientific achievements as the groundwork for further development. Readers will find, for the first time, collected in one book, detailed information regarding the physical mechanisms of the origin of magnetosensitivity, the geometry and design of devices, operating modes, basic parameters and methods for their determination, the incorporation of transducers in circuits and smart solutions, many varied applications and other problems relevant to all the current Hall sensors, magnetodiodes, magnetotransistors, carrier-domain magnetometers, SQUID's (Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices) and similar transducers of magnetic energy. Particular attention is devoted to semiconductor magnetosensitive sensors and their microelectronic versions since development rates in this area signify a dominant research trend for the future. Undoubtedly this book will become a vital reference tool for the ever widening circle of researchers and engineers interested in solid-state magnetosensors. It also makes a fundamental contribution to the handbook series as a whole.

Plasma Physics And Controlled Nuclear Fusion Research

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