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 Szudy, Józef, author.
 Wydanie I.  Warszawa : Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2021
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 Weinheim : WileyVCH, c2002.
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 Book — ix, 299 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Openingspeech (Wolfgang Fruhwald).PLENARY TALKSHeisenberg and the Framework of Science Policy (Cathryn Carson).Werner Heisenberg: An Overview of His Life and Work (David C. Cassidy).Observability, Anschaulichkeit and Abstraction: A Journey into Werner Heisenberg's Science and Philosophy (Jan Lacki).100 Years Werner Heisenberg  Works and Impact (Kazuo Yamazaki).HeisenbergEinstein Context Principle and the Dynamic Corecontext of Discovery in Physics (Giridhari Lal Pandit).ELEMENTARY PARTICLES THEORYOn the Large Nc Expansion in Quantum Chromodynamics (William A. Bardeen).Baryon Asymmetry, Dark Matter and the Hidden Sector (Luis Bento and Zurab Berezhiani).Time Asymmetric Quantum Theory and the Zboson Mass and Width (Arno R. Bohm and Piotr Kielanowski).The Heisenberg Matrix Formulation of Quantum Field Theory (Stanley J. Brodsky).Nonlocal Structure of Higher Spin Fields (Anton Z. Capri).Fundamental Constants at High Energy (Harald Fritzsch).Quark Number Susceptibilities from Lattice QCD (Ra jiv V. Gavai).Elementary Particles on a Dedicated Parallel Computer (Kazuyuki Kanaya).Why Extra Gauge Bosons Should Exist and How to Hunt Them (Arnd Leike).States of Strongly Interacting Matter (Helmut Satz).From Heisenberg to Supersymmetry (Mikhail A. Shifman).The Baryon Density Through the (Cosmological) Ages (Gary Steigman).Noncommutativity of Lepton Mass Matrices: Flavor Mixing and CP Violation (Zhizhong Xing).QUANTUM PHYSICSHeisenberg's Uncertainty Relations and Quantum Optics (Girish Saran Agarwal).Rubidium Condensate for Quantum Optics Studies (Ennio Arimondo).Interference of Spontaneously Emitted Photons (Almut Beige, et al.).Quantum Fictitious Forces (I. BialynickiBirula, et al.).Quantum Teleportation (Samuel L. Braunstein).Heisenberg's Introduction of the "Collapse of the Wavepacket" into Quantum Mechanics (Raymond Y. Chiao and Paul G. Kwiat).The Hamiltonian Mass and Asymptotically Antide Sitter Spacetimes (Piotr T. Chrusciel).The BohrHeisenberg Correspondence Principle Viewed from Phase Space (Jens P. Dahl).The Classical Atom: Stabilization of Electronic Trojan Wavepackets (David Farrelly, et al.).Heisenberg's Equations in Laser Theory. A Historical Overview (Hermann Haken).Quantum Mechanics from a Heisenbergtype Equality (Michael J. W. Hall and Marcel Reginatto).Entanglers: Beam Splitters and Thermal Fields (Myung Shik Kim).Enhancing Ottomobile Efficiency via Addition of a Quantum Carnot Cycle (Tomas Opatrny and Marlan O. Scully).Atom Optics  from de Broglie Waves to Heisenberg Ferromagnets (Han Pu, et al.).QUANTUM FIELD THEORY AND GRAVITATIONOn Tachyon Condensation in String Theory: Worldsheet Computations (Oleg Andreev).Duality in the Low Dimensional Field Theory (Ivan Andric and Danijel Jurman).Monopoles in Spacetime Noncommutative BornInfeld Theory (Paolo Aschieri).Canonical Quantization, Twistors and Relativistic Wave Equations (Iwo BialynickiBirula).Geometry of Nonsupersymmetric Strings (Anamaria Font).Observing Quanta on a Cosmic Scale (Craig J. Hogan).Supersymmetric Configurations in Gauged Supergravity (Swapna Mahapatra and Harvendra Singh).Anomalies and Schwinger Terms in NCG Field Theory Models (Jouko A. Mickelsson).On Gravitational Interaction of Fermions (Yuri N. Obukhov).New EinsteinHilbert Type Action for Unity of Nature (Kazunari Shima).The Heisenberg Algebra and Spin (Dmitri Sorokin).
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 Kamal, Ahmad A.
 Berlin ; London : Springer, 2011.
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 1D and 2D Kinematics. Statics and Particle Dynamics. Rotational Kinematics. Rotational Dynamics. Gravitation. Oscillations. Lagrange and Hamilton Dynamics. Waves. Fluid Dynamics. Phases of Matter. Thermal Physics. Electrostatics. Electric Circuits. Electromagnetism. Optics.
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5. 1000 solved problems in modern physics [2010]
 Kamal, Ahmad A.
 Berlin ; London : Springer, ©2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 634 pages) Digital: text file; PDF.
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 Mathematical Physics. Quantum Mechanics  I. Quantum Mechanics  II. Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics. Solid State Physics. Special Theory of Relativity. Nuclear Physics  I. Nuclear Physics  II. Particle Physics  I. Particle Physics  II.
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 Balkan Physical Union. International Conference (10th : 2018 : Sofia, Bulgaria)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
 Bristol ; Philadelphia : Institute of Physics Pub., c1999.
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 Book — xiii, 243 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm.
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The modern Institute of Physics and its predecessors have served the needs of physics and physicists for 125 years. In celebration of this anniversary, "125 Years: The Physical Society and The Institute of Physics" charts the history of the Institute from its origins to the present day. It provides a fascinating account of the people and events that shaped the Institute's development and includes the: Emergence of physics as a separate scientific discipline, Formation of the Physical Society of London, Establishment of the Institute of Physics, Granting of a Royal Charter to the Institute of Physics, and Final decades of the millennium. Separate chapters are devoted to the educational, professional, and publishing activities of the Institute. Pioneers such as Guthrie, Glazebrook, and Phillips could not have envisaged the ways in which the modern Institute has developed, but would surely approve of the way it is moving forward to the next millennium.
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 Deciphering the cosmic number
 Miller, Arthur I.
 Norton pbk. [ed.].  New York : W.W. Norton & Co., 2010.
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 Book — xxiii, 336 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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The question of whether there is a number at the root of the universe, a primal number that everything in the world hinges on, has exercised many great minds of the twentieth century, among them the groundbreaking physicist Wolfgang Pauli and the famous psychoanalyst Carl Jung. Their obsession with the power of certain numbers  including 137, which describes the atom's finestructure constant and has great Kabalistic significance  led them to develop an unlikely friendship and to embark on a joint mystical quest reaching deep into medieval alchemy, dream interpretation and the Chinese Book of Changes. "137" explores the profound intersection of modern science with the occult but above all it is the tale of an extraordinary, fruitful friendship between two of the greatest thinkers of our times.
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 Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2001.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 345 pages) : illustrations. Digital: data file.
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 A historical perspective. The music of the QMBT quartet / H.G. Kummel
 Formal aspects of manybody theory. Diagrams are theoretical physicist's best friends / J. Arponen
 Fourth order algorithms for solving diverse manybody problems / Siu A. Chin
 Relativistic quantum dynamics of manybody systems / F. Coester and W.N. Polyzou
 Elastic Nbody to Nbody scattering in the hyperspherical representation / R. Ya. Kezerashvili
 A generic way to look at manybody theory / E. Krotscheck
 A variational coupledcluster theory / Y. Xian
 Nuclear and subnuclear physics. The nuclear equation of state and neutron star structure / M. Baldo
 To dress or not to dress ... / W.H. Dickhoff
 Fermi hypernetted chain equations and nuclear manybody physics / A. Fabrocini
 Nuclear matter with the auxiliary field diffusion Monte Carlo method / S. Fantoni, A. Sarsa, and K.E. Schmidt
 Threebody force effects in fewnucleon systems / A. Kievsky
 Correlations in nuclear matter with twotime Green's functions / H.S. Kohler and K. Morawetz
 Weak proton capture on 3He and the solar neutrino problem / L.E. Marcucci
 Generalized momentum distribution of infinite and finite nucleon systems / E. Mavrommatis [and others]
 The translationally invariant coupled cluster method with applications to nuclear systems / I. Moliner
 Mean field approach to quark matter in the NJL model / S.A. Moszkowski, C. Providencia, and J. da Providencia
 Effective field theory in nuclear manybody physics / B.D. Serot and J.D. Walecka
 Hyperspherical methods for A [symbol] 4 systems / M. Viviani
 Spin systems. Ab initio calculations of the spinhalf XY model / D.J.J. Farnell and M.L. Ristig
 Quantum antiferromagnets with easyplane anisotropy / P. Gianinetti, A. Parola, and L. Reatto
 Quantum phase transitions in spin systems / J. Richter [and others]
 Quantum fluids and solids; Bose condensation. Path integral Monte Carlo calculations of symmetrybreaking in structural phase transitions / K.A. Gernoth
 The description of strongly interacting systems based on Jastrow correlations and configuration interaction / R. Guardiola and J. Navarro
 The manyBoson system in onedimension: Application to 4He / M.D. Miller and E. Krotscheck
 The ground state of trapped bosons beyond the GrossPitaevskii approximation / A. Polls
 Pairing of impurities in quantum fluids / M. Saarela
 Strongly correlated electrons. Spin polarizations of quantum Hall states / T. Chakraborty, K. Niemela, and P. Pietilainen
 Electronic molecules in condensed matter / F.V. Kusmartsev
 The metalinsulator transition in 2D and new phases of quantum localisation / D. Neilson and J.S. Thakur
 Related subjects. Information representation in the multilayer perceptron / M.J. Barber
 Classical and quantum Lyapunov exponents in the phasespace tomographic approach / R. Vilela Mendes.
 EPS Conference on History of Physics in Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries (1st : 1992 : Como, Italy)
 Bologna, Italy : Editrice Compositore for Società Italiana di Fisica, c1993.
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 Book — xiii, 352 p. ; 25 cm.
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 International Meeting on Applied Physics (1st : 2003 : Badajoz, Spain)
 Stockholm, Sweden : Physica Scripta, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, c2005.
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12. 200 puzzling physics problems [2001]
 Gnädig, Péter.
 Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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 Book — xiv, 257 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 1. Introduction
 2. Problems
 3. Hints
 4. Solutions.
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 Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics. Inaugural Conference (2001 : University of Michigan)
 River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, ©2002.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 228 pages) : illustrations, portraits Digital: data file.
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 Contents: Astrophysical Neutrinos: 20th Century and Beyond (J N Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton)
 The Case for Discrete Energy Levels of a Black Hole (J D Bekenstein, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
 The Measure of Cosmological Parameters (W L Freedman, Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena)
 Progress in Weakly Coupled String Phenomenology (M K Gaillard, University of California, Berkeley)
 Spacetime Quantum Mechanics (J B Hartle, University of California, Santa Barbara)
 Inflation and String Cosmology (A Linde, Stanford University)
 Spacetime and Vacuum as Seen from Moscow (L B Okun, ITEP, Moscow)
 The Dark Side of the Universe (J Silk, Oxford University)
 Geometry and Spacetime (ST Yau, Harvard University)
 and other papers.
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2003 : Madison, Wis.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, c2004.
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 Book — xiv, 194 : ill. ; 27 cm.
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2004 : Sacramento, Calif.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2005.
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 Book — xvi, 214 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2005 : Salt Lake City, Utah)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2006.
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The papers included in this proceedings have been peerreviewed. The 2005 Physics Education Research Conference covered a broad spectrum of current research directions including student learning of specific topics, student attitudes, and the effectiveness of various teaching methods. The emphasis was on undergraduate instruction. The theme of this conference was "Connecting Physics Education Research Teacher Education at All Levels: K20.".
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2006 : Syracuse, N.Y.)
 [Melville, N.Y.] : American Institute of Physics, c2007.
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2007 : Greensboro, N. C.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2007.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xix, 218 p.) : ill. (some col.).
 Physics Education Research Conference (2008 : Edmonton, Alta.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2008.
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 Book — Electronic text (xxvii, 238 p.) : ill., digital, PDF file.
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"The 2008 Physics Education Research Conference" brought together researchers studying a wide variety of topics in physics education. The conference theme was 'Physics Education Research with Diverse Student Populations'. Researchers specializing in diversity issues were invited to help establish a dialog and spur discussion about how the results from this work can inform the physics education research community. The organizers encouraged physics education researchers who are using researchbased instructional materials with nontraditional students at either the precollege level or the college level to share their experiences as instructors and researchers in these classes.
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 Physics Education Research Conference (2011 : Omaha, Neb.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, c2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 401 p.) : ill.
 National Physics Conference (Malaysia) (2012 : Pahang, Malaysia)
 Melville, N.Y. : AIP Publishing, 2013.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 476 p.) : ill. (some col.).
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 Astronomy and astrophysics
 Condensed matter physics
 Environmental physics
 Geophysics
 High energy physics
 Interdisciplinary physics
 Materials physics
 Mathematical and computational physics
 Medical physics
 Nuclear and radiation physics
 Optics and lasers.
 Physics Education Research Conference (2012 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2013.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 452 p.) : ill.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
 International Congress on Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science (2nd : 2012 : Antalya, Turkey)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 396 p.) : ill. (some col.).
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"This volume contains the proceedings of the [second] international congress on 'Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science' held in Antalya from April 26 to 29, 2012 ... This congress deals with the condensed matter physics, nanoscience and nanotechnology, optical physics, quantum electronics and photonics, materials science & engineering, engineering and industrial physics, instrumentation metrology and standards, quantum, atomic and nuclear physics."Pref.
 International Conference on Physics and Industrial Development: Bridging the Gap (2nd : 1996 : Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
 Singapore : World Scientific, [1997]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xv, 452 pages) : illustrations
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"This book presents the analysis of problems and strategies related to the interface between basic and applied research in physics and industrial development, in the context of developing countries, with emphasis on the Latin American experience. It also reports on innovative products and processes related to basic and applied research in physics." Provided by publisher.
 Asih, Retno, author.
 Melville, NY : AIP Publishing, 2023.
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 Book — 1 online resource (496 pages)
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The International Symposium on Physics and Applications, ISPA, is an annual symposium organized by Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences and Data Analytics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia. Following the success of the 1st ISPA in 2020, the 2nd ISPA aimed to be a platform in exchanging ideas and discussions among physicists particularly in Indonesia and more broadly at the international level. These proceedings contain papers that describe the state of the art for physics and its applications written by prominent students, scientists, and engineers active in the field, addressing the research topics of theoretical physics, modelling, and computational physics; laser and optoelectronics; instrumentations and acoustics; earth sciences and geophysics; bio and medical physics; and material physics.
 Padjadjaran International Physics Symposium (2nd : : 2015 : Jatinangor, Indonesia), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
28. 3,000 solved problems in physics [2011]
 Halpern, Alvin M.
 New York : McGrawHill, ©2011.
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 Book — xxviii, 751 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
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 Mathematical introduction
 Equilibrium of concurrent forces
 Kinematics in one dimension
 Newton's laws of motion
 Motion in a plane I
 Motion in a plane II
 Work and energy
 Power and simple machines
 Impulse and momentum
 Statics of rigid bodies
 Rotational motion I: kinematics and dynamics
 Rotational motion II: kinetic energy, angular impulse, angular momentum
 Matter in bulk
 Simple harmonic motion
 Hydrostatics
 Hydrodynamics
 Temperature and thermal expansion
 Heat and calorimetry
 Heat transfer
 Gas laws and kinetic theory
 The first law of thermodynamics
 The second law of thermodynamics
 Wave motion
 Sound
 Coulomb's law and electric fields
 Electric potential and capacitance
 Simple electric circuits
 The magnetic field
 Magnetic properties of matter
 Induced EMF: generators and motors
 Inductance
 Electric circuits
 Electromagnetic waves
 Light and optical phenomena
 Mirrors, lenses, and optical instruments
 Interference, diffraction, and polarization
 Special relativity
 Particles of light and waves of matter
 Modern physics: atoms, nuclei, solidstate electronics.
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29. 3000 solved problems in physics [1988]
 Halpern, Alvin M.
 New York : McGrawHill, c1988.
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 Book — vii, 736 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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 AsiaPacific Physics Conference (3rd : 1988 : Hong Kong)
 Singapore ; Teaneck, N.J. : World Scientific, c1988.
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 Book — 2 v. (xxxv, 1212 p.) : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
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 International Conference on Physics and Industrial Development: Bridging the Gap (3rd : 2000 : Durban, South Africa)
 [Stockholm, Sweden] : Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, c2002.
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 Book — 173 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
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 International Congress on Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science (3rd : 2013 : Antalya, Turkey)
 Melville, New York : AIP Publishing, 2013.
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 Book — 1 online resource (x, 502 pages) : illustrations (some color).
 International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics (3rd : 2013 : Malang, East Java, Indonesia)
 Meville, New York : AIP Publishing, 2014.
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 Book — 1 online resource (vii, 178 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
 Asian Physics Symposium (4th : 2010 : Bandung, Indonesia)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxxi, 326 p.) : ill. (some col.).
 International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics (4th : 2014 : Bali, Indonesia), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2016.
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 International Congress on Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science (4th : 2014 : Fethiye, Turkey), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2015.
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"This volume contains selected articles from the 4th International Congress in Advances in Applied Physics and Materials Science held in Fethiye from April 2427, 2014 ... Topics were inclusive of Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics and Photonics, Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science & Art, Economic & Environmental Issues in Materials Selection, Engineering and Industrial Physics, Instrumentation Metrology and Standards, Quantum, Atomic and Nuclear Physics and Chaos and Complex Systems."Preface.
37. 50 let Institutu fiziki im. L.V. Kirenskogo Sibirskogo otdelenii͡a Rossiĭskoĭ akademii nauk [2006]
 50 лет Институту физики им. Л.В. Киренского Сибирского отделения Российской академии наук
 Krasnoi͡arsk : IF SO RAN, 2006. Красноярск : ИФ СО РАН, 2006.
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 Asian Physics Symposium (5th : 2012 : Bandung, Indonesia)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2015.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
 International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics (6th : 2016 : Makassar, Indonesia)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2017.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
 International Conference on Progress in Theoretical Physics (8th : 2011 : Constantine, Algeria)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 492 p.) : ill. (some col.).
 Balkan Physical Union. International Conference (9th : 2015 : Istanbul, Turkey), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
 Claro, F. (Francisco), 1942 author.
 Santiago, Chile : Ediciones UC, 2015. Santiago, Chile : Salesianos Impresores S.A., 2017.
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43. AAPT announcer [1971  1987]
 American Association of Physics Teachers.
 Stony Brook, N.Y. : American Association of Physics Teachers,
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QC1 .A65 V.8 1978  Available 
QC1 .A65 V.6 1976  Available 
QC1 .A65 19711975  Available 
 München : Deutsches Museum, 2005.
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 Book — 176 p. : 180 ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
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45. Abhandlungen über theoretische Physik [1906  1907]
 Lorentz, H. A. (Hendrik Antoon), 18531928.
 Leipzig und Berlin, B. G. Teubner, 190607.
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46. About science, myself and others [2005]
 O fizike i astrofizike. English
 Ginzburg, V. L. (Vitaliĭ Lazarevich), 19162009
 [English ed.].  Bristol ; Philadelphia : Institute of Physics Pub., c2005.
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 Book — x, 549 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Part I
 1 What problems of physics and astrophysics seem now to be especially important and interesting at the beginning of the 21st century? 2Radiation by uniformly moving sources (VavilovCherenkov effect, Doppler effect in a medium, transition radiation, and other phenomena)
 3 On the birth and development of cosmicray astrophysics
 4 Remarks on my work in radio astronomy
 5 Some remarks on ferroelectricity, soft modes and related problems 6 Superconductivity: the day before yesterday  yesterday today  tomorrow
 7 Superconductivity and superfluidity (what was done and what was not) Part II
 8 A long, arduous, and varied life:on the 100th anniversary of the birthday ofIgor Evgenevich Tamm
 9 'Singing' electrons 10 Lev Davidovich Landau  the physicist and the man 11 Physics, the 'Course', and life: on the 80th anniversary of Evgenii Mikhailovich Lifshitz 12 In memory of David Abramovich Kirzhnits
 13 About Efim Fradkin 14 In memory of Vitya Shvartsman
 15 In memory of Vadim Sidur 16 About Sergei Ivanovich Vavilov
 17 Notes of an amateur astrophysicist 18 The business of bygone days: reminiscences of my participation in the "atomic project" 19 How I became a theoretical physicist and, in general about myself... Part III
 20 Answers to the Physics World's MilleniumsSurvey questionnaire
 21 Why Soviet scientists did not always get the Nobel Prizes they deserved 22 Once more about the history of the discovery of combinational light scattering
 23 Back to the Middle Ages  where soothsayers, wizards, and witnesses of miracles, all through television and newspapers, lead us
 24 Should we fight pseudoscience?
 25 What is happening to us?
 26 Communists again stand as the paramount menace for Russia and entire world 27 Juridical sentence upon bolshevik communism
 28 Inner weakness (what has been forgotten by Academician Zhores Alferov)
 29 I do not Understand these socalled patriots (a selfinterview)
 30 Answers to several questions
 31 Reason and faith: some remarks concerning the encyclical letter Fides et Ratio of the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II
 32 Science and religion in the modern world 33 Once again about science and religion in the modern world 34 Russia must not slide into a slough of clericalism 35 International Humanist Movement and Manifesto 2000 Curriculum vitae of Vitaly L Ginzburg.
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 Fröhlich, Jürg, author.
 Mainz : Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur ; Stuttgart : Franz Steiner Verlag, [2011], ©2011.
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 Book — 22 pages ; 24 cm.
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 Schlösser, Magnus, author.
 Cham : Springer, [2014]
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 Introduction. The KATRIN Experiment. Theory of Quantitative Raman spectroscopy. Experimental Setup. Calibration Based on Theoretical Intensities and Spectral Sensitivity. Calibration Based on Accurate Gas Samples. Comparison of Calibration Methods. Summary and Outlook. Appendix A Statistical Terms. Appendix B Complete Derivation of Integration Formula for Depolarization Measurements. Appendix C Jones Calculations for Polarization Aberrations in the Raman Collection System. Appendix D Measurements of Polarization Aberrations in Raman Cell Windows. Appendix D Error Estimation in Depolarization Ratio Measurements. Appendix F Relation Between Experimental Error of Raman Intensities and Depolarization Ratios. Appendix H Demonstration of Bootstrapping on HYDE Data.
 Appendix I Publications.
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 Planck, Max, 18581947.
 Leipzig, S. Hirzel, 1910.
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50. Across the frontiers [1990]
 Schritte über Grenzen. English
 Heisenberg, Werner, 19011976.
 Woodbridge, Conn. : Ox Bow Press, 1990.
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 Book — 229 p. ; 23 cm.
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51. Acta physica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae [1951  1982]
 [Budapest] : Akadémiai Kiadó, 1982.
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52. Acta physica Debrecina [2007 ]
 Debrecen : University of Debrecen
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53. Acta physica et chimica Debrecina [1962  2006]
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54. Acta physica sinica abstracts [1965 ]
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55. Acta physica Slovaca [1951 ]
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56. Acta polytechnica scandinavica. Applied physics series [1976  2000]
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57. Acta polytechnica Scandinavica. Physics including nucleonics series [1958  1975]
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59. Active physics [1999  2000]
 Eisenkraft, Arthur.
 Armonk, N.Y. : It's About Time, Inc., 19992000.
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 [v. 1] Communication
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61. Adapting to a changing world : challenges and opportunities in undergraduate physics education [2013]
 Washington, District of Columbia : National Academies Press, [2013]
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 Introduction: Physics is amazing and practical and must be taught better
 The current status of undergraduate physics
 Physics education research as a foundation for improving education
 Recommendations.
62. Adapting to a changing world : challenges and opportunities in undergraduate physics education [2013]
 Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, [2013]
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Adapting to a Changing World was commissioned by the National Science Foundation to examine the present status of undergraduate physics education, including the state of physics education research, and, most importantly, to develop a series of recommendations for improving physics education that draws from the knowledge we have about learning and effective teaching. Our committee has endeavored to do so, with great interest and more than a little passion. The Committee on Undergraduate Physics Education Research and Implementation was established in 2010 by the Board on Physics and Astronomy of the National Research Council. This report summarizes the committee's response to its statement of task, which requires the committee to produce a report that identifies the goals and challenges facing undergraduate physics education and identifies how best practices for undergraduate physics education can be implemented on a widespread and sustained basis, assess the status of physics education research (PER) and discuss how PER can assist in accomplishing the goal of improving undergraduate physics education best practices and education policy.
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63. Adsorption and diffusion [2008]
 Berlin : Springer, c 2008.
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 Fundamentals of Adsorption Equilibrium and Kinetics in Microporous Solids. Measurement of Diffusion in Microporous Solids by Macroscopic Methods. Diffusion Measurements by NMR Techniques. Application of IR Spectroscopy, IR Microscopy, and Optical Interference Microscopy to Diffusion in Zeolites. Investigation of Diffusion in Molecular Sieves by Neutron Scattering Techniques. Frequency Response Measurements of Diffusion in Microporous Materials. Positron Emission Profiling: a Study of Hydrocarbon Diffusivity in MFI Zeolites. SingleFile Diffusion in Zeolites.
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64. Advanced circuits for emerging technologies [2012]
 Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
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 Preface xiii Contributors xv PART I DIGITAL DESIGN AND POWER MANAGEMENT
 1 DESIGN IN THE ENERGY DELAY SPACE 3 Massimo Alioto, Elio Consoli, and Gaetano Palumbo 1.1 Introduction 3 1.2 Energy and Delay Modeling 4 1.3 Energy Delay Space Analysis and HardwareIntensity 14 1.4 EnergyEfficient Design of Digital Circuits 20 1.5 Design of EnergyEfficient Pipelined Systems 29 1.6 Conclusion 36 References 37
 2 SUBTHRESHOLD SOURCECOUPLED LOGIC 41 Armin Tajalli and Yusuf Leblebici 2.1 Introduction 41 2.2 Ultralow Power CMOS Logic: Design and Tradeoffs 43 2.3 Subthreshold SourceCoupled Logic 47 2.4 PowerFrequency Scaling 51 2.5 Conclusions 53 References 55
 3 ULTRALOWVOLTAGE DESIGN OF NANOMETER CMOS CIRCUITS FOR SMART ENERGYAUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 57 David Bol 3.1 Introduction 57 3.2 Impact of Technology Scaling on Subthreshold MOSFET Characteristics 61 3.3 Scaling Trend of the MinimumEnergy Point 63 3.4 Practical Energy of Nanometer ULV Circuits under Robustness and Timing Constraints 69 3.5 Technology/Circuit Methodology and Roadmap for ULV Design in the Nanometer Era 75 3.6 Conclusion 78 References 79
 4 IMPAIRMENTAWARE ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGN BY RECONFIGURING FEEDBACK SYSTEMS 85 PingYing Wang 4.1 Introduction 86 4.2 Theorem of ImpairmentAware Analog Design in Feedback Systems 86 4.3 Practical Implementations 89 4.4 Measured Results 96 4.5 Conclusions 99 References 100
 5 ROMBASED LOGIC DESIGN: A LOWPOWER DESIGN PERSPECTIVE 103 Bipul C. Paul 5.1 Introduction 103 5.2 RBL Design 105 5.3 RBL Adder 108 5.4 RBL Multiplier 111 5.5 Conclusions 116 References 117
 6 POWER MANAGEMENT: ENABLING TECHNOLOGY 119 Lou Hutter and Felicia James 6.1 Macroeconomic Drivers for Power Technologies 119 6.2 Market Trends 122 6.3 Application Examples 123 6.4 Technology Implications and Trends 124 6.5 Current Technologies and Capabilities 130 6.6 Specific Application Example 140 6.7 Emerging Technologies 142 6.8 Conclusion 143 References 143
 7 ULTRALOW POWER MANAGEMENT CIRCUIT FOR OPTIMAL ENERGY HARVESTING IN WIRELESS BODY AREA NETWORK 147 Yen Kheng Tan, Yuanjin Zheng, and Huey Chian Foong 7.1 Introduction 147 7.2 Wireless Body Area Network 148 7.3 Optimal Energy Harvesting System 159 7.4 Ultralow Power Management Integrated Circuit for Solar Energy Harvesting System 163 7.5 Conclusions 171 References 171 PART II ANALOG AND RF DESIGN
 8 ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGN FOR SOI 177 Andrew Marshall 8.1 SOI Devices 177 8.2 Partially Depleted SOI 178 8.3 FDSOI and FinFET 181 8.4 Device Considerations (FDSOI AND PDSOI) 181 8.5 Analog Circuit Building Blocks 184 8.6 Operational Amplifiers 189 8.7 Operational Transconductance Amplifier 193 8.8 Radio Frequency LowNoise Amplifier 197 8.9 Mixers and Analog Multipliers 197 8.10 Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Converters 201 8.11 Summary 204 References 204
 9 FREQUENCY GENERATION AND CONTROL WITH SELFREFERENCED CMOS OSCILLATORS 207 Michael S. McCorquodale, Nathaniel Gaskin, and Vidyabhusan Gupta 9.1 Introduction 207 9.2 SelfReferenced CMOS Oscillators 211 9.3 Packaging 225 9.4 Conclusion 234 References 235
 10 SYNTHESIS OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC TRANSLINEAR CIRCUITS 239 Bradley A. Minch 10.1 Translinear Circuits: What Is In a Name? 239 10.2 The Scope of Translinear Circuits 242 10.3 Static and Dynamic Translinear Circuit Synthesis 242 10.4 Static Translinear Circuit Synthesis Examples 250 10.5 Dynamic Translinear Circuit Synthesis Examples 260 References 272
 11 MICROWATT POWER CMOS ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGNS: ULTRALOW POWER LSIs FOR POWERAWARE APPLICATIONS 277 Ken Ueno and Tetsuya Hirose 11.1 Introduction 277 11.2 Subthreshold Characteristics in a MOSFET 279 11.3 LowPower Voltage Reference Circuits 284 11.4 LowPower Current Reference Circuits 293 11.5 Example of PowerAware LSI Applications: CMOS Smart Sensor for Monitoring the Quality of Perishables 299 11.6 Conclusion and Discussion 308 References 310
 12 HIGHSPEED CURRENTMODE DATA DRIVERS FOR AMOLED DISPLAYS 313 YongJoon Jeon and GyuHyeong Cho 12.1 Introduction 313 12.2 CurrentMode Drivers in Representation of the SecondGeneration Current Conveyor 316 12.3 Improved Transient Current FeedForward Output Buffer 317 12.4 PushPull Transient Current Feedforward Output Buffer 324 12.5 Conclusion 332 References 333
 13 RF TRANSCEIVERS FOR WIRELESS APPLICATIONS 335 Alireza Zolfaghari, Hooman Darabi, and Henrik Jensen 13.1 Transmitter Architectures 335 13.2 Cartesian Transmitters 336 13.3 ConstantEnvelope Transmitters Using Phase Modulated Loops 339 13.4 Polar Transmitters 340 13.5 Case Studies 346 References 350 PART III DEVICE LAYOUT AND RELIABILITY
 14 TECHNOLOGYAWARE COMMUNICATION ARCHITECTURE DESIGN FOR PARALLEL HARDWARE PLATFORMS 355 Davide Bertozzi, Alessandro Strano, Daniele Ludovici, and Francisco Gilabert 14.1 Introduction 355 14.2 NoC Building Blocks: The Switch 358 14.3 NoC Connectivity Pattern 362 14.4 NoCs and the GALS Paradigm 372 14.5 Putting Everything Together: TechnologyAware Network Connectivity 385 14.6 Looking Forward: Mesochronous Synchronization 389 14.7 Conclusions 390 References 390
 15 DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF INTEGRATED TRANSMISSION LINES ON SCALED CMOS TECHNOLOGIES 393 Federico Vecchi, Matteo Repossi, Wissam Eyssa, Paolo Arcioni, and Francesco Svelto 15.1 Introduction 393 15.2 Coplanar Waveguides 394 15.3 Shielded Transmission Lines 397 15.4 Accurate and Fast Analysis of Periodic Lines 402 15.5 Design and Experimental Results 406 15.6 Conclusions 411 References 413
 16 ONCHIP SURFING INTERCONNECT 415 Suwen Yang and Mark Greenstreet 16.1 Introduction 415 16.2 Surfing 417 16.3 Surfing DLLs 419 16.4 Pipelined Clock Forwarding 423 16.5 Source Synchronous Surfing 427 16.6 Surfing Handshakes 431 16.7 Summary 435 References 436
 17 ONCHIP SPIRAL INDUCTORS WITH INTEGRATED MAGNETIC MATERIALS 439 Wei Xu, Saurabh Sinha, Hao Wu, Tawab Dastagir, Yu Cao, and Hongbin Yu 17.1 Introduction 439 17.2 Previous Work 441 17.3 Magnetic Materials 443 17.4 Simulation Study 447 17.5 Device Fabrication 451 17.6 Measurement Results 453 17.7 Potential Applications of OnChip Spiral Inductors with Magnetic Materials 455 17.8 Conclusion 458 References 458
 18 RELIABILITY OF NANOELECTRONIC VLSI 463 Milos Stanisavljevic, Alexandre Schmid, and Yusuf Leblebici 18.1 Introduction 463 18.2 Increased Defect Density and Reliability 464 18.3 Reliability Evaluation 466 18.4 Historically Important CAD Tools 467 18.5 Recent Progress 469 18.6 Monte Carlo Reliability Evaluation Tool 473 18.7 FaultTolerant Computing 476 18.8 Conclusions 476 References 477
 19 TEMPERATURE MONITORING ISSUES IN NANOMETER CMOS INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 483 Pablo Ituero and Marisa LopezVallejo 19.1 Introduction 483 19.2 From Where Does Heat Come in Nanometer Circuits? 485 19.3 Harmful Effects Due to Temperature in VLSI Chips 488 19.4 Temperature Sensing for DTM 493 19.5 Thermal Modeling 498 19.6 Thermal Sensor Placement and Allocation 500 19.7 Temperature Monitoring Networks 503 19.8 Conclusions 505 References 505 PART IV CIRCUIT TESTING
 20 LOWPOWER TESTING FOR LOWPOWER LSI CIRCUITS 511 Xiaoqing Wen and Yervant Zorian 20.1 Introduction 511 20.2 Test Power Problem in Logic LSI Testing 513 20.3 Basic Strategies to Test Power Reduction 515 20.4 Shift Power Reduction 517 20.5 Capture Power Reduction 519 20.6 Toward NextGeneration LowPower Testing Solutions 522 20.7 Summary 525 References 526
 21 CHECKERS FOR ONLINE SELFTESTING OF ANALOG CIRCUITS 529 HaralamposG. Stratigopoulos and Yiorgos Makris 21.1 Introduction 529 21.2 TimeInvariant Linear Circuits 531 21.3 Fully Differential Circuits 542 21.4 Conclusions 553 References 553
 22 DESIGN AND TEST OF ROBUST CMOS RF AND MMWAVE RADIOS 557 Sleiman BouSleiman and Mohammed Ismail 22.1 Introduction 557 22.2 Why Robust RF and mmWave ICs? 558 22.3 Design Methodology for FirstTimeRight Radio SoCs 564 22.4 Robust RF and mmWave Radio Transceivers 571 22.5 Summary 578 References 579
 23 CONTACTLESS TESTING AND DIAGNOSIS TECHNIQUES 581 Selahattin Sayil 23.1 Introduction 581 23.2 ElectronBeam Method 582 23.3 Photoemissive Probing 583 23.4 ElectroOptic Probing 584 23.5 Charge Density Probing 587 23.6 Photoexcitation Probe Techniques 588 23.7 Electric Force Microscopy 589 23.8 Capacitive Coupling Method 590 23.9 Dynamic Internal Testing of CMOS using HotCarrier Luminescence 591 23.10AllSilicon Optical Contactless Testing of Integrated Circuits 592 23.11Conclusion 596 References 596 INDEX 599.
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 Motivation and overarching aims. Quantum Chromodynamics. Lattice quantum chromodynamics.  General aspects of effective field theories and fewbody applications. Lattice methods and effective field theory. Lattice methods and the nuclear few and manybody problem. Ab initio methods for nuclear structure and reactions: from few to manyNucleons. Computational Nuclear Physics and Post HartreeFock Methods. Variational and Diffusion Monte Carlo approaches to the nuclear few and manybody problem. Inmedium SRG approaches to infinite nuclear matter. Selfconsistent Green's function approaches.
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66. Advanced level physics [1982]
 Nelkon, Michael.
 5th ed.  London : Heinemann Educational Books, 1982.
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67. Advanced magnetohydrodynamics : with applications to laboratory and astrophysical plasmas [2010]
 Goedbloed, J. P., 1940
 New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
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 Preface
 Part III. Flow and Dissipation: 12. Waves and instabilities of stationary plasmas
 13. Shear flow and rotation
 14. Resistive plasma dynamics
 15. Computational linear MHD
 Part IV. Toroidal Plasmas: 16. Static equilibrium of toroidal plasmas
 17. Linear dynamics of static toroidal plasmas
 18. Linear dynamics of stationary toroidal plasmas
 Part V. Nonlinear Dynamics: 19. Computational nonlinear MHD
 20. Transonic MHD flows and shocks
 21. Ideal MHD in special relativity
 Appendices
 References
 Index.
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 Walecka, John Dirk, 1932
 New Jersey : World Scientific, c2010.
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 Quantum Mechanics (Revisited)
 Angular Momentum
 Scattering Theory
 Lagrangian Field Theory
 Symmetries
 Feynman Rules
 Quantum Electrodynamics (QED)
 HighOrder Processes
 Path Integrals
 Canonical Transformations for Quantum Systems
 Appendices: Multipole Analysis of the Radiation Field
 Functions of a Complex Variable
 Electromagnetic Field
 Irreducible Representations of SU(n)
 Lorentz Transformations in Quantum Field Theory
 Green's Functions and Other Singular Functions
 Dimensional Regularization
 Path Integrals and the Electromagnetic Field.
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69. Advanced Physics [1981]
 Geddes, S. M., author Author
 London : Macmillan Education UK : Imprint : Palgrave, 1981.
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 Dick, Rainer, author.
 Third edition.  Cham : Springer, [2020]
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 Chapte
 r1. The Need for Quantum Mechanics. Chapte
 r2. Selfadjoint Operators and Eigenfunction Expansions. Chapte
 r3. Simple Model Systems. Chapte
 r4. Notions from Linear Algebra and BraKet Notation. Chapte
 r5. Formal Developments. Chapte
 r6. Harmonic Oscillators and Coherent States. Chapte
 r7. Central Forces in Quantum Mechanics. Chapte
 r8. Spin and Addition of Angular Momentum Type Operators. Chapte
 r9. Stationary Perturbations in Quantum Mechanics. Chapte
 r10. Quantum Aspects of Materials I. Chapte
 r11. Scattering Off Potentials. Chapte
 r12. The Density of States. Chapte
 r13. Timedependent Perturbations in Quantum Mechanics. Chapte
 r14. Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics. Chapte
 r15. Coupling to Electromagnetic Fields. Chapte
 r16. Principles of Lagrangian Field Theory. Chapte
 r17. Nonrelativistic Quantum Field Theory. Chapte
 r18. Quantization of the Maxwell Field: Photons. Chapte
 r19. Epistemic and Ontic Quantum States. Chapte
 r20. Quantum Aspects of Materials II. Chapte
 r21. Dimensional Effects in Lowdimensional Systems. Chapte
 r22. Relativistic Quantum Fields. Chapte
 r23. Applications of spinor QED.
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 Advanced Summer School in Physics (2006 : Cinvestav, México City, México)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2007.
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 Advanced Summer School in Physics (2007 : Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N.)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2007.
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 Mathematical physics and gravitation
 Particles and fields
 Statistical physics
 Medical physics
 Solid state physics.
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2008.
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 Book — xii, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2012.
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75. Advances in atomic physics : an overview [2011]
 CohenTannoudji, Claude, 1933
 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, ©2011.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxv, 767 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 AtomPhoton Interactions at the Very Heart of Quantum Physics: A Source of Information on Atoms
 A Source of Perturbations which Can Be also Useful
 A Simple System for Studying Higher Order and NonLinear Effects
 An Ideal Frame for Exploring Quantum Interferences
 A Convenient Tool for Manipulating, Trapping and Cooling Atoms
 A Source of Inspiration for New Developments in Metrology
 A Test Bed for the Investigation of Quantum Many Body Effects.
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76. Advances in gamma ray resonant scattering and absorption : longlived isomeric nuclear states [2015]
 Davydov, Andrey V., author.
 Cham : Springer, [2014]
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 Preface
 Theory of gammaray resonant scattering by the nuclei situated in the magnetic field
 Experimental research of gamma ray resonant scattering
 Problem of gamma resonant excitation of the longlived isomeric nuclear states
 The grounds of gravitational gamma spectrometry
 Nuclear resonant scattering of annihilation quanta.
 Negele, J. W.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1984.
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 Book — 1 online resource (volumes)
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 1 Chiral Symmetry and the BAG Model: A New Starting Point for Nuclear Physics. 1. Introduction. 2. The Basic Bag Model. 2.1. The MIT Bag Model. 2.2. The Spectroscopy of LowLying States. 2.3. Attempts to Derive a Bag Model. 2.4. Relationship to Nonrelativistic Quark Models. 3. Hadronic Properties in the MIT Bag Model. 3.1. Charge Radii. 3.2. Magnetic Moments. 3.3. The Axial Current. 3.4. Center of Mass Corrections. 4. Chiral Symmetry. 4.1. Lagrangian Formulation of the MIT Bag Model. 4.2. Conserved Currents in Lagrangian Field Theory. 4.3. The Axial Current. 4.4. The ?Model and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking. 5. Bag Models with Chiral Symmetry. 5.1. Motivation. 5.2. Chodos and Thorn. 5.3. Further Developments. 5.4. The Cloudy Bag Model. 6. Applications of the Cloudy Bag Model. 6.1. A Hamiltonian for Lowand MediumEnergy Physics. 6.2. The Nucleon. 6.3. PionNucleon Scattering. 6.4. Magnetic Moments of the Nucleon Octet. 6.5. Summary. 7. Towards a New View of Nuclear Physics. 7.1. The NucleonNucleon Force. 7.2. Symmetry Breaking as a Clue. 7.3. The Nuclear ManyBody Problem. 8. Conclusion. Acknowledgements.
 Appendix I. References. 2 The Interacting Boson Model. 1. Introduction. 2. The Interacting Boson Model1. 2.1. The Model. 2.2. Analytic Solutions. 2.3. Transitional Classes. 2.4. Extensions of the Model. 3. Geometric Properties of the Interacting Boson Model1. 3.1. Coherent States. 3.2. Transitional Classes and ShapePhase Transitions. 4. The Interacting Boson Model2. 4.1. The Model. 4.2. Energy Levels. 4.3. Electromagnetic Transition Rates. 4.4. Other Properties. 4.5. Extensions of the Model. 5. Microscopic Description of Interacting Bosons. 5.1. Generalized Seniority. 5.2. The Single jShell. 5.3. Several jShells. 5.4. The Ginocchio Model. 6. Conclusions. Acknowledgements. References. 3 HighEnergy Nuclear Collisions. 1. Introduction. 1.1. Motivation. 1.2. HighEnergy HeavyIon Accelerators in the World. 1.3. The HighDensityTemperature Nuclear Domain. 1.4. The Experimental View. 2. Theoretical Tools. 2.1. Quantal and Classical Aspects. 2.2. Classical Tools. 2.3. Statistical Models. 2.4. Hydrodynamics. 2.5. Intranuclear Cascade. 2.6. Nonequilibrium Quantum Scattering. 3. Elements of the Reaction Mechanism. 3.1. Collision Geometry. 3.2. Evidence for Multiple Collisions. 3.3. Inclusive Proton Spectra. 3.4. Composite Formation. 3.5. Pion Production. 3.6. StrangeParticle Production. 3.7. Coulomb FinalState Interactions. 3.8. Forward and Backward Spectra. 3.9. Spectator Physics. 4. Toward the Physics of Dense Nuclear Matter. 4.1. Do Nuclei Flow?. 4.2. Entropy Puzzle. 4.3. Novel States of Nuclei. 5. Summary and Outlook. Acknowledgments. Appendix: Definition of Common Variables. References.
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 New York : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c2002.
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 1. The Spin Structure of the Nucleon
 B.W. Filippone, X. Ji. 2. LiquidGas Phase Transition in Nuclear Multifragmentation
 S. Das Gupta, et al. 3. High Spin Properties of Atomic Nuclei
 D. Ward, P. Fallon. 4. The Deuteron: Structure and Form Factors
 M. Garcon, J.W. Van Orden. Index.
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79. Advances in Nuclear Physics : Volume 1 [1968]
 Baranger, Michel.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1968.
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 1 The Reorientation Effect
 1. Introduction
 2. Classical Estimates of Effects
 3. Theory of Coulomb Excitation
 4. Theory of the Reorientation Effect
 5. Excitation via the Giant Dipole Resonance
 6. Experimental Methods
 7. Reorientation Experiments
 Acknowledgments
 Appendix I. Numerical Expressions
 Appendix II. Tables of Orbital Integrals
 Appendix III. Approximate Formula for the Reorientation Effect
 References
 2 The Nuclear SU3 Model
 1. Introduction
 2. Basic Shell Model
 3. Symmetry of Oscillator Quanta
 The Groups U3 and SU3
 4. The Effective Interaction
 5. Application of the SU3Coupling Scheme to Light Nuclei
 6. Summary and Developments
 Acknowledgments
 References
 Appendix A. Harmonic Oscillator
 Appendix B. Use of Groups in Quantum Mechanics
 Appendix C. The Symmetric and Unitary Groups
 Appendix D. Generating Operators of Us
 Appendix E. Classification According to SU3 without the Harmonic Oscillator
 Appendix F. Raising and Lowering Operators of the Group SU3
 Appendix G. Calculation of Matrix Elements
 Appendix H. The Normalization Coefficients and Overlaps
 Appendix I. Use of the Group SU3 in the Classification of Elementary Particles
 3 The HartreeFock Theory of Deformed Light Nuclei
 1. Introduction
 2. The HartreeFock Equations
 3. Symmetries of the HartreeFock Hamiltonian
 4. The Choice of an Expansion for the Orbits
 5. Single Major Shell HartreeFock Calculations
 6. Solutions of the Single MajorShell HartreeFock Calculations for EvenEven N = Z Nuclei
 7. Deformed Excited Equilibrium States of Spherical Nuclei
 8. A Soluble Model
 The Effect of the Exchange Components of the Interaction
 9. The Deformation of the HartreeFock Field
 The QuadrupoleQuadrupole Interaction
 10. The Effect of the SpinOrbit Splitting
 11. The Multiplicity of HartreeFock Solutions
 12. HartreeFock Solutions of Other Nuclei
 13. Magnetic Moments of OddA Nuclei
 14. Angular Momentum Projection
 15. MajorShellMixing HartreeFock Calculations
 Quadrupole Polarization of Closed Shells
 16. Conclusion
 Acknowledgments
 References
 4 The Statistical Theory of Nuclear Reactions
 1. Introduction
 2. The Model for Average Cross Sections
 3. Application of the Evaporation Model
 4. Basis of the Evaporation Model in Reaction Theory
 5. Conclusions
 Acknowledgments
 Appendix A. Absorption Cross Section of a Complex Square Well
 Appendix B. Effect of Finite Averaging Interval
 References
 5 ThreeParticle Scattering
 A Review of Recent Work on the Nonrelativistic Theory
 1. Introduction
 2. The Amado Model
 3. The Faddeév Equations
 4. Application of the Faddeév Equations
 5. Concluding Remarks
 Acknowledgments
 References
 Appendix A
 Appendix B
 Appendix C
 Appendix D
 Appendix E.
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80. Advances in Nuclear Physics : Volume 10 [1978]
 Baranger, Michel.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1978.
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 1 Phenomena in Fast Rotating Heavy Nuclei. 2 Valence and Doorway Mechanisms in Resonance Neutron Capture. 3 Lifetime Measurements of Excited Nuclear Levels by DopplerShift Methods.
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81. Advances in Nuclear Physics : Volume 2 [1995]
 Baranger, Michel.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1995.
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 1 The Giant Dipole Resonance.
 1. Introduction.
 2. The Early Models of the Giant Resonance. 2.1 The Collective Model of the Giant Resonance. 2.2 The Independent Particle Model of the Giant Resonance.
 3. The Measurement of Giant Resonance Properties. 3.1 The Use of the Bremsstrahlung Spectrum. 3.2 The Methods of Making Differential Photonuclear Measurements.
 4. The Structure of the Giant Resonance. 4.1 The Giant Resonance of Deformed NucleiCollective Model. 4.2 The Giant Resonance of Deformed NucleiIndependent Particle Model. 4.3 The Giant Resonance of Heavy Spherical Nuclei.
 5. The Giant Resonance of ClosedShell Nuclei. 5.1 The ParticleHole Model. 5.2 Inclusion of Continuum Effects in the ParticleHole Model. 5.3 Discussion of the Giant Resonances of Selected Nuclei. 5.4 Critique of the ParticleHole Model. 5.5 The Inclusion of nParticlenHole Configurations in the Calculation of Dipole States. 5.6 Isospin Splitting of the Giant Resonance.
 6. Conclusion. References. 2 Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Reactions.
 1. Polarized Sources. 1.1 Sources of Polarized Protons. 1.2 Deuterons. 1.3 Absolute Values of the Polarization. 1.4 Depolarization Effects in Accelerators. 1.5 Polarized Beams by Other Methods.
 2. Elastic Scattering. 2.1 Polarization and Asymmetry. 2.2 Protons. 2.3 Deuterons. 2.4 He3 and H3.
 3. Inelastic Proton Scattering. 3.1 Macroscopic Model and Collective States. 3.2 Microscopic Model. 3.3 The Nuclear Wave Functions. 3.4 The Effective Force. 3.5 The S = 0 and S = 1 Interactions. 3.6 Antisymmetrization.
 4. Transfer Reactions. 4.1 The Data. 4.2 The Theories.
 5. Conclusions. Acknowledgments. References. 3 The PairingPlusQuadrupole Model.
 1. Introduction, The Model and Its Experimental Basis. 1.1 Shell Model. 1.2 Residual Interaction, Quadrupole Force. 1.3 Residual Interaction, Pairing Force.
 2. The Strength of the Interactions. 2.1 Value of ?. 2.2 Value of G. 2.3 Realistic Forces. 2.4 Pairing Energy in Nuclear Matter.
 3. Solutions to the Pairing Hamiltonian. 3.1 The Phases. 3.2 Exact Solutions. 3.3 The BCS Method. 3.4 Matrix Elements. 3.5 Perturbation Treatment of the Superconducting Solution.
 4. Solutions to the Quadrupole Hamiltonian. 4.1 Exact Solutions. 4.2 The DeformedField Approximation. 4.3 Calculation of Deformation. 4.4 Calculation of the Moment of Inertia.
 5. Vibrations. 5.1 TammDancoff and RandomPhase Approximations. 5.2 Adiabatic Harmonic Approximation. 5.3 Comparison with Experimental Data. 5.4 Departures from Harmonicity. 5.5 Odd Nuclei. 5.6 Comparison with the Experimental Data in Odd Nuclei. 5.7 Pairing Vibrations. 5.8 Experimental Evidence of Pairing Vibrations in Lead Isotopes. 5.9 Miscellaneous Applications.
 6. Comparison with Other Forces.
 7. Conclusion. Acknowledgments. References. Appendix A. Appendix B. 4 The Nuclear Potential.
 1. Introduction.
 2. The TwoNucleon Data and Their Implications. 2.1 Selecting the Data. 2.2 PhaseShift Analyses of the Data.
 3. Phenomenological and Semiphenomenological Potentials. 3.1 The 1?Exchange Potential. 3.2 Hard and SoftCore Potentials. 3.3 FiniteCore Potentials. 3.4 BoundaryCondition Potentials. 3.5 Nonlocal Potentials. 3.6 MomentumDependent Potentials. 3.7 OneBosonExchange Potentials. 3.8 Summary.
 4. ProtonProton Bremsstrahlung. 4.1 Calculations and Experiment: Historical Background.. 4.2 Formalism and LowEnergy Derivations. 4.3 Comparison with Experiment. 4.4 ModelIndependent Calculations. 4.5 PPB and the Nuclear Force.
 5. Theory: The Nuclear Force as an ElementaryParticle Process. Acknowledgments. References. 5 Muonic Atoms.
 1. Introduction.
 2. Experimental Methods. 2.1 Production of Muonic Atoms. 2.2 Detection of Electromagnetic Radiation. 2.3 Recording and Analysis of Spectra.
 3. Energy Levels of Muonic Atoms. 3.1 General Theory. 3.2 Static Nuclear Approximation. 3.3 Dynamic Nuclear Interaction. 3.4 Corrections to Energy Levels.
 4. Electromagnetic Transitions. 4.1 Transition Rates. 4.2 Population of States. 4.3 Internal Conversion.
 5. The Nuclear Charge Distribution. 5.1 MonopoleCharge Distribution. 5.2 Isotope Shifts. 5.3 Static Multipoles.
 6. Strongly Deformed Nuclei. 6.1 Quadrupole Interaction. 6.2 Transition Intensities. 6.3 Nuclear Models. 6.4 Experimental Results.
 7. Nuclear Transitions. 7.1 Nuclear Excitation by Resonant Interaction. 7.2 Nuclear Transitions from a 1s Muon State.
 8. Intensities of Muonic X Rays. 8.1 Intensities of Spectral Series. 8.2 Chemical Effects. 8.3 Relative Intensity of FineStructure Components. 8.4 Polarization of Muons. 8.5 Miscellaneous Properties of the Ground State. Acknowledgments. References.
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 Book — 292 p.
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 Nucleon Models
 D.O. Riska. Aspects of Electromagnetic Nuclear Physics and Electroweak Interactions
 T.W. Donnelly. Color Transparency and Crosssection Fluctuations in Hadronic Collisions
 G. Baym. Manybody Methods at Finite Temperature
 D. Vautherin. Nucleosynthesis in the Big Bang and in Stars
 K. Langanke, C.A. Barnes. Index.
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83. Advances in nuclear physics. Volume 23 [1996]
 New York : Kluwer Academic Publisher, 1996.
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 Book — 1 online resource (318 pages)
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 Light Front Quantization (M. Burkardt). Nucleon Knockout by Intermediate Energy Electrons (J.J. Kelly). Index.
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 Book — 318 p.
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 Light Front Quantization (M. Burkardt). Nucleon Knockout by Intermediate Energy Electrons (J.J. Kelly). Index.
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 Book — 229 p.
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 Nucleon ChargeExchange Reactions at Intermediate Energy
 W.P. Alford, B.M. Spicer. Mesonic Contributions to the Spin and Flavor Structure of the Nucleon
 J. Speth, A.W. Thomas. Muon Catalyzed Fusion: Interplay between Nuclear and Atomic Physics
 K. Nagamine, M. Kamimura. Index.
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86. Advances in Nuclear Physics, Volume 27 [2003]
 Negele, J. W.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 2003.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvii, 546 pages) Digital: text file; PDF.
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 1: Fifty Years of the Shell Model  The Quest for the Effective Interaction
 I. Talmi. 1. Introduction. 2. The (Re)Emergence of the Shell Model. 3. Early Calculations. 4. Effective Interactions from Experimental Nuclear Energies. 5. Some Schematic Interactions and Applications. 6. Seniority and Generalized Seniority in SemiMagic Nuclei. 7. LargeScale Shell Model Calculations. 8. What Have We Learned? Where Do We Stand? References. 2: Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory
 S. Scherer. 1. Introduction. 2. QCD and Chiral Symmetry. 3. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and the Goldstone Theorem. 4. Chiral Perturbation Theory for Mesons. 5. Chiral Perturbation Theory for Baryons. 6. Summary and Concluding Remarks. Appendix: A.1. Green Functions and Ward Identities. A.2. Dimensional Regularization: Basics. A.3. Loop Integrals. A.4. Different Forms of L4 in SU(2) x SU(2). References. Index.
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 Negele, J. W.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 2003.
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 Book — 1 online resource (568 p.)
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 1: Fifty Years of the Shell Model  The Quest for the Effective Interaction
 I. Talmi. 1. Introduction. 2. The (Re)Emergence of the Shell Model. 3. Early Calculations. 4. Effective Interactions from Experimental Nuclear Energies. 5. Some Schematic Interactions and Applications. 6. Seniority and Generalized Seniority in SemiMagic Nuclei. 7. LargeScale Shell Model Calculations. 8. What Have We Learned? Where Do We Stand? References. 2: Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory
 S. Scherer. 1. Introduction. 2. QCD and Chiral Symmetry. 3. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and the Goldstone Theorem. 4. Chiral Perturbation Theory for Mesons. 5. Chiral Perturbation Theory for Baryons. 6. Summary and Concluding Remarks. Appendix: A.1. Green Functions and Ward Identities. A.2. Dimensional Regularization: Basics. A.3. Loop Integrals. A.4. Different Forms of L4 in SU(2) x SU(2). References. Index.
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88. Advances in Nuclear Physics : Volume 5 [1973]
 Baranger, Michel.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1973.
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 Book — 1 online resource (volumes)
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 1 Variational Techniques in the Nuclear ThreeBody Problem.
 1. Introduction.
 2. Variation Principles for Bound States. 2
 .1. The RayleighRitz Principle. 2
 .2. Bound States of Three Bosons. 2
 .3. Estimates of the Accuracy of a Variational Calculation.
 3. Numerical Techniques. 3
 .1. Choice of Trial Function. 3
 .2. The Calculation of the Normalization and Hamiltonian Integrals. 3
 .3. Solution of the Finite Matrix Equation. 3
 .4. Control and Analysis of Roundoff and Integration Errors.
 4. Bound State Calculations with Realistic Local Potentials. 4
 .1. Reduction of the Equations of Motion. 4
 .2. Construction of the Trial Function. 4
 .3. Calculations in the Harmonic Oscillator Basis. 4
 .4. Calculations Using HardCore Potentials.
 5. Variational Methods for Scattering States. 5
 .1. TwoBody Single Channel Scattering. 5
 .2. ManyBody TwoParticle Scattering States. 5
 .3. Variation Principles for ManyBody Scattering States. 5
 .4. NeutronDeuteron Elastic Scattering. 5
 .5. Alternate Variational Principles for the Schrodinger Equation.
 6. Variational Methods for the Faddeev Equations. 6
 .1. Variational Principle for Inhomogeneous Equations. 6
 .2. The TwoBody t Matrix (DA 72). 6
 .3. Variational Principle for the Faddeev Equations. 6
 .4. Alternative Principles for the Breakup Reaction.
 7. Summing Up. Acknowledgments. Appendix A. Convergence of Variational Methods. References. 2 Nuclear Matter Calculations.
 1. Introduction. 1
 .1. Outline. 1
 .2. Introduction to the Theory.
 2. Calculation of the G Matrix. 2
 .1. General Principles. 2
 .2. BetheGoldstone Equation. 2
 .3. KallioDay Method. 2
 .4. Reduction to Partial Waves. 2
 .5. Day's Derivation of the Radial Wave Equation. 2
 .6. Binding Energy. 2
 .7. The Brueckner SelfConsistency Problem.
 3. Comparison of Methods for Constructing the G Matrix. 3
 .1. KallioDay Method. 3
 .2. Kohler's Method. 3
 .3. Related Methods. 3
 .4. TabakinHaftel Method. 3
 .5. CoesterDayVincentCohen Method. 3
 .6. BruecknerGammel Method. 3
 .7. DahlOstgaardBrandow Method. 3
 .8. MoszkowskiScott Method. 3
 .9. Summary.
 4. Results of Calculations for Realistic Forces. 4
 .1. Potentials Considered. 4
 .2. Results for Group One Potentials. 4
 .3. Importance of Various Partial Waves. 4
 .4. Results for OBEP and SupersoftCore Forces. 4
 .5. Interpretation of OBEP Forces. 4
 .6. Mechanism of Saturation in Nuclear Matter. 4
 .7. Convergence of the Reference Spectrum Series. 4
 .8. Average Center of Mass Momentum. 4
 .9. Symmetry Energy.
 5. Additional Considerations. 5
 .1. Minimal Relativity. 5
 .2. ThreeBody Forces. 5
 .3. Phase Equivalent Potentials. 5
 .4. Nuclear Matter Without Potentials. 5
 .5. Saturation Conditions on the TwoBody Potential.
 6. HigherOrder Cluster Contributions. 6
 .1. ThreeBody Clusters. 6
 .2. IntermediateState Potential Energy and ThreeBody Clusters. 6
 .3. FourBody Clusters in Nuclear Matter.
 7. Toward Finite Nuclei. 7
 .1. Rationale. 7
 .2. Local Density Approximation. 7
 .3. ThomasFermi Theory. 7
 .4. Effective Potentials. 7
 .5. Neutron Star Matter.
 8. Conclusion. References. 3 Clustering in Light Nuclei.
 1. Introduction. 1
 .1. Few Nucleon Correlations. 1
 .2. Clustering. 1
 .3. FourBody Correlation. 1
 .4. Normal Shell Model States. 1
 .5. Excited Rotational Levels and Moleculelike Structure.
 2. Shell Model and Deformed HartreeFock Model. 2
 .1. Shell Model. 2
 .2. Deformed HartreeFock Model.
 3. Weak Coupling Model and Quartet States.
 4. Cluster Model. 4
 .1. Cluster Wave Functions. 4
 .2. Brink'1 Variational Techniques in the Nuclear ThreeBody Problem.
 1. Introduction.
 2. Variation Principles for Bound States. 2
 .1. The RayleighRitz Principle. 2
 .2. Bound States of Three Bosons. 2
 .3. Estimates of the Accuracy of a Variational Calculation.
 3. Numerical Techniques. 3
 .1. Choice of Trial Function. 3
 .2. The Calculation of the Normalization and Hamiltonian Integrals. 3
 .3. Solution of the Finite Matrix Equation. 3
 .4. Control and Analysis of Roundoff and Integration Errors.
 4. Bound State Calculations with Realistic Local Potentials. 4
 .1. Reduction of the Equations of Motion. 4
 .2. Construction of the Trial Function. 4
 .3. Calculations in the Harmonic Oscillator Basis. 4
 .4. Calculations Using HardCore Potentials.
 5. Variational Methods for Scattering States. 5
 .1. TwoBody Single Channel Scattering. 5
 .2. ManyBody TwoParticle Scattering States. 5
 .3. Variation Principles for ManyBody Scattering States. 5
 .4. NeutronDeuteron Elastic Scattering. 5
 .5. Alternate Variational Principles for the Schrodinger Equation.
 6. Variational Methods for the Faddeev Equations. 6
 .1. Variational Principle for Inhomogeneous Equations. 6
 .2. The TwoBody t Matrix (DA 72). 6
 .3. Variational Principle for the Faddeev Equations. 6
 .4. Alternative Principles for the Breakup Reaction.
 7. Summing Up. Acknowledgments. Appendix A. Convergence of Variational Methods. References. 2 Nuclear Matter Calculations.
 1. Introduction. 1
 .1. Outline. 1
 .2. Introduction to the Theory.
 2. Calculation of the G Matrix. 2
 .1. General Principles. 2
 .2. BetheGoldstone Equation. 2
 .3. KallioDay Method. 2
 .4. Reduction to Partial Waves. 2
 .5. Day's Derivation of the Radial Wave Equation. 2
 .6. Binding Energy. 2
 .7. The Brueckner SelfConsistency Problem.
 3. Comparison of Methods for Constructing the G Matrix. 3
 .1. KallioDay Method. 3
 .2. Kohler's Method. 3
 .3. Related Methods. 3
 .4. TabakinHaftel Method. 3
 .5. CoesterDayVincentCohen Method. 3
 .6. BruecknerGammel Method. 3
 .7. DahlOstgaardBrandow Method. 3
 .8. MoszkowskiScott Method. 3
 .9. Summary.
 4. Results of Calculations for Realistic Forces. 4
 .1. Potentials Considered. 4
 .2. Results for Group One Potentials. 4
 .3. Importance of Various Partial Waves. 4
 .4. Results for OBEP and SupersoftCore Forces. 4
 .5. Interpretation of OBEP Forces. 4
 .6. Mechanism of Saturation in Nuclear Matter. 4
 .7. Convergence of the Reference Spectrum Series. 4
 .8. Average Center of Mass Momentum. 4
 .9. Symmetry Energy.
 5. Additional Considerations. 5
 .1. Minimal Relativity. 5
 .2. ThreeBody Forces. 5
 .3. Phase Equivalent Potentials. 5
 .4. Nuclear Matter Without Potentials. 5
 .5. Saturation Conditions on the TwoBody Potential.
 6. HigherOrder Cluster Contributions. 6
 .1. ThreeBody Clusters. 6
 .2. IntermediateState Potential Energy and ThreeBody Clusters. 6
 .3. FourBody Clusters in Nuclear Matter.
 7. Toward Finite Nuclei. 7
 .1. Rationale. 7
 .2. Local Density Approximation. 7
 .3. ThomasFermi Theory. 7
 .4. Effective Potentials. 7
 .5. Neutron Star Matter.
 8. Conclusion. References. 3 Clustering in Light Nuclei.
 1. Introduction. 1
 .1. Few Nucleon Correlations. 1
 .2. Clustering. 1
 .3. FourBody Correlation. 1
 .4. Normal Shell Model States. 1
 .5. Excited Rotational Levels and Moleculelike Structure.
 2. Shell Model and Deformed HartreeFock Model. 2
 .1. Shell Model. 2
 .2. Deformed HartreeFock Model.
 3. Weak Coupling Model and Quartet States.
 4. Cluster Model. 4
 .1. Cluster Wave Functions. 4
 .2. Brink's Method. 4
 .3. Generator Coordinate Method and Treatment of Relative Motion Between Clusters. 4
 .4. The LCCO Method. 4
 .5. Adiabatic Conditions. 4
 .6. Hamiltonian.
 5. Individual Nuclei. 5
 .1. 6Li. 5
 .2. 8Be. 5
 .3. 12C. 5
 .4. 20Ne. 5
 .5. 16O.
 6. Electromagnetic Properties and Form Factors for Electron Scattering. 6
 .1. 6Li. 6
 .2. 12C. 6
 .3. 20Ne.
 7. Comparison Between Models in the Normal Shell Model States.
 8. Effect of the SpinOrbit Interaction and Hybridization.
 9. Exotic States and Alpha Particle Widths. 9
 .1. The AlphaParticle Width. 9
 .2. Alpha Transfer Reactions.
 10. Discussion and Possible Further Developments. Appendix: Matrix Elements Between Two Brink Wave Functions. References.
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89. Advances in Nuclear Physics : Volume 6 [1973]
 Baranger, Michel.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1973.
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 1: Nuclear Fission.
 1. Introduction.
 2. Conventional Description of the Fission Process: Liquid Drop Model, Channel Theory of Fission. 2
 .1. Liquid Drop Model. 2.2 Fission Barrier Heights. 2.3 Spontaneous Fission of Nuclei in Their Ground State. 2
 .4. Fission Channel Theory of A. Bohr.
 3. Experimental Results Which Cannot Be Explained by Conventional Descriptions of the Fission Process. 3
 .1. Fission Isomers. 3
 .2. Intermediate Structure in Subbarrier Fission Cross Sections.
 4. Potential Energy of Strongly Deformed Nuclei. Shell Effects. 4
 .1. Existence of Shells at Large Deformations. 4
 .2. Influence of Shells on the Binding Energy of the Nucleus. 4
 .3. Strutinsky's Phenomenological Prescription for the Calculation of Shell Effects on the Binding Energy. 4
 .4. Types of Potentials Used for Calculation of ShellEnergy Corrections. 4
 .5. Fission Barrier Calculations with the Inclusion of ShellEnergy Corrections. 4
 .6. Other Approaches to the Study of the Effect of Shells on the Potential Energy of Strongly Deformed Heavy Nuclei.
 5. Some Aspects of the Fission Process for Nuclei Having a DoubleHumped Fission Barrier. 5
 .1. Fission Isomers. 5
 .2. Gross Structure in Some Cross Sections for NearThreshold Fission Processes. 5
 .3. Intermediate Structure in Subbarrier Fission Cross Sections. 5
 .4. Intermediate Structure in the Fission Cross Sections of Fissile Nuclei. 5
 .5. Measured and Calculated Fission Barriers.
 6. Conclusion. Acknowledgments. References.
 2: The Microscopic Theory of Nuclear Effective Interactions and Operators.
 1. Introduction.
 2. General Theory. 2
 .1. TimeDependent Derivation. 2
 .2. TimeIndependent Derivation. 2
 .3. Brueckner Theory. 2
 .4. The Algebraic Approach.
 3. Calculation of the Effective TwoBody Interaction. 3
 .1. Perturbation Calculations. 3
 .2. Nonperturbative Calculations. 3
 .3. Convergence of the Perturbation Expansion. 3
 .4. Conclusions.
 4. Calculation of the E2 Effective Charge. 4
 .1. Effective Charge in Mass17 Nuclei. 4
 .2. Effects of NucleonNucleon Force and SingleParticle Potential. 4
 .3. Other Mass Values.
 5. Discussion and Conclusions. Acknowledgments. References.
 3: TwoNeutron Transfer Reactions and the Pairing Mode.
 1. Introduction.
 2. The Reaction Mechanism. 2
 .1. The DWBA Method for TwoNucleon Transfer Reactions. 2
 .2. The TwoNucleon Transfer Form Factor. 2
 .3. Discussion of the Form Factor. 2
 .4. Comparison Between DW Theory and Experiment. 2
 .5. TwoParticle Units and Sum Rules.
 3. Presentation of the Data. 3
 .1. The Gross Trends of 0+ ? 0+ and 0+? 2+ Transitions. 3
 .2. Nuclei Far from Neutron Shell Closures. 3
 .3. The Closed Shell Regions. 3
 .4. Subshell Closures.
 4. The Pairing Model and TwoNeutron Transfer Reactions to J? = 0+ States. 4
 .1. Pairing Deformed Systems. 4
 .2. Normal Systems. 4
 .3. The Pairing Phase Transitions.
 5. Analysis of the L = 0 TwoNeutron Transfer Reactions. 5
 .1. Systems Far Away from Closed Shells. 5
 .2. Systems Near Closed Shells. 5
 .3. Intermediate Situations. 5
 .4. Limitations of the Pairing Collective Description. 5
 .5. Summary.
 6. TwoNeutron Transfer Reactions to States with J ? 0 and Natural Parity. 6
 .1. Normal Systems. 6
 .2. Superfluid Nuclei. 6
 .3. ParticleVibration Coupling and the Problem of Anharmonicities. 6
 .4. Anharmonicities of the Pairing Vibration Spectrum as Determined from (t, p) and (p, t) Reactions. 6
 .5. Summary. Acknowledgments. Appendix 1. Data References for the Appendix Tables. Appendix 2. A2
 .1. Introduction. A2
 .2. Coexistence Model. A2
 .3. SU3 Model. A2
 .4. Pairing Model. Appendix 3. References.
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90. Advances in Nuclear Science and Technology [1981]
 Lewins, Jeffery.
 Boston, MA : Springer US, 1981.
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 Radioactive Waste Disposal. The Response Matrix Method. Finite Element Approximation to the EvenParity Transport Equation. Advances in TwoPhase Flow Instrumentation. Bayesian Methods in Risk Assessment.
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91. Advances in polaron physics [2010]
 Alexandrov, A. S.
 Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
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 Continuum Polaron. Lattice Polaron. Bipolaron. Multipolaron Problem. Polarons and Bipolarons in Advanced Materials. Current Status of Polarons and Open Problems.
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92. Advances in science of China. Physics [1985  1990]
 Beijing, China : Science Press, 19851990.
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93. Advances in solid state physics. 39 [1999]
 Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (1963 ). Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik. Frühjahrstagung (1999 : Munster, Germany)
 Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1999.
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 Semiconductor applications in metrology
 125 years of metalsemiconductor contacts: Where do we stand?
 Physics of semiconductor sensors
 Thermal nanophase change of an antimony thin films and the application for optical nearfield data storage
 AMRsensors. All the way up from a deposited thin film to a commercial sensor
 High resolution calorimetric low temperature detectors for applications in atomic and nuclear physics
 Controlled doping of molecular organic layers: Physics and device prospects
 Organic electroluminescent devices
 Highmobility conjugated polymer fieldeffect transistors
 Ground state and collective excitations of quantum dots: Correlation effects and Hund's rule in magnetic field
 Nanomechanical resonators operating in the radio frequency regime as single charge detectors
 Ge and Si nanocrystalsNew ways to luminescence structures
 Formation of lowdimensional semiconductor nanostructures on corrugated surfaces
 Optical absorption of heterogeneous thin solid films
 Nanolithography on semiconductor heterostructures by local oxidation with an atomic force microscope
 Ion beam synthesis of semiconductor nanoclusters for optoand microelectronics applications
 Singleelectron transistor as a local electrometer on top of a twodimensional electron system in the quantum hall regime
 Spatially resolved measurements near the breakdown of the quantum hall effect
 Halffilled Landau levelComposite fermions and dipoles
 A new resistance maximum from electronnuclearspin interaction in the fractional quantumhalleffect state
 Magnetization phenomena of a twodimensional electron system in the quantum hall regime
 Microwave studies in the quantum hall effect regimes
 Metalinsulator transition in two dimensions
 Scaling and level statistics at the Anderson transition
 The MottHubbard metalinsulator transition in the limit of large dimensionsInsights and outlook
 Fermi and nonfermi liquid behavior in quantum impurity systems: Conserving slave boson theory
 Quantum spin systems: From spin gaps to pseudo gaps
 Modulated phases in spinPeierls systems
 Magnetic frustration and spinPeierls transition in CuGeO3
 Mesoscopic effects in the thermopower of dilute AuFe alloys
 Reentrant spin susceptibility of ultrasmall superconducting grains
 Twoquasiparticle tunneling and subgap structure in allsuperconducting singleelectron transistors
 FixedN superconductivity: The crossover from the bulk to the fewelectron limit
 Heavyfermion superconductivity induced by antiferromagnetic spin fluctuations
 Selforganized charge confinement in cuprate superconductors: Effects on the normaland superconducting state
 Nucleation of stable superconductivity in YBCOfilms
 REBaCuO bulk materials: Thermodynamics, proceeding, properties control
 Junctions and interfaces in Dwave superconductors
 Reversible laser annealing and magnetooptical characterization of HTSC thin films
 Doping dependence of the antiferromagnetic correlations in La2?x SrxCuO4 and Y1?x CaxBa2Cu3O6
 Coherence properties of resonant secondary emission
 Time and phaseresolved resonant Rayleigh scattering by wannier excitons in a 2D potential with disorder
 Emission from radiatively coupled periodic quantum well structures
 Optical and structural properties connected with partial ordering in the ternary compound semiconductor GalnP
 Excitonic coherence in semiconductor nanostructures measured by speckle analysis
 Phase sensitive femtosecond spectroscopy of semiconductors
 Highintensity laser pulse propagation in semiconductors
 Ultrafast spectral interferometry of resonant secondary emission from semiconductor quantum wells
 Roomtemperature nearfield reflection spectroscopy of semiconductor nanostructures
 Versatile probes for scanning probe microscopy
 Magnetooptic microscopy beyond the diffraction limit: Facts, trends, and dreams
 Growth studies of heteroepitaxial thin films with xrays
 Fracture mechanisms and strength of thin films
 Laser nitriding of iron and steel
 Optical spectroscopy methods applied during semiconductor layer growth
 How much information is carried by fluctuation spectra?
 Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (1963 ). Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik. Frühjahrstagung.
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 Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (1963 ). Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik. Frühjahrstagung.
 Berlin : Springer, c2008.
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 Symposium in Honor of Dr. Berni Alder's 90th Birthday (2015 : Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
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 Book — 1 online resource (205 p.) : ill. (some col.)
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"On August 20, 2015, a symposium at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory was held in honor of Berni J. Alder's 90th birthday. Many of Berni's scientific colleagues and collaborators, former students, and postdoctoral fellows came to celebrate and honor Berni and the groundbreaking scientific impact of his many discoveries. This proceedings volume includes contributions from Berni's collaborators and covers a range of topics, including the melting transition in the 2D hard disk system, nonequilibrium fluid relaxation, the role of fluctuations in hydrodynamics, glass transitions, molecular dynamics of dense fluids, shockwave and finitestrain equation of state relationships, and applications of quantum mechanics in pattern recognition."Publisher's website.
 Boswell, Frank W.
 Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint : Springer, 1999.
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 Book — 1 online resource (272 pages)
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 Alternative Approaches to the Crystallographic Description of Charge Density Wave Modulated Systems
 1. Introduction
 2. The Symmetry Description of Modulated Structures
 3. Applications
 4. Concluding Remarks
 References
 Xray Crystallographic Analysis of the Charge Density Wave Modulated Phases in the NbTe4
 TaTe4System
 1. Introduction
 2. Modulations
 3. Phase Transitions
 4. Structures
 References
 Charge Density Wave Phase Transitions and Microstructures in the TaTe4
 NbTe4 System
 1. Introduction
 2. Transmission Electron Microscopy of CDW Phase Transitions
 3. CDW Phase Transitions in the Transition Metal Tetrachalcogenides TaTe4NbTe4
 4. Concluding Remarks
 References
 Transmission Electron Microscopy of CDWModulated Transition Metal Chalcogenides
 1. Introduction
 2. Selected Area Diffraction
 3. Convergent Beam Diffraction
 4. Satellite Dark Field Microscopy
 5. High Resolution Electron Microscopy
 References
 Influence of Defects and Impurities on Charge Density Wave Systems
 1. Introduction
 2. Point Defects in CDW Materials
 3. CDW in the Presence of Defects
 4. Structural Variations in the Pinned CDW
 5. Local Perturbations of the CDW
 6. The Microstructural Aspect of the Pinning Strength
 7. Conclusion
 References
 Analysis of Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscopy Images
 1. Introduction
 2. Simulations of STM and AFM Images
 3. STM and AFM Images of Several Layered Compounds
 4. Concluding Remarks
 References
 Elucidating Complex Charge Density Wave Structures in LowDimensional Materials by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
 1. Applications of Scanning Probe Microscopy
 2. Background: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
 3. Charge Density Waves in Pure Materials
 4. Charge Density Wave Pinning
 5. New Directions: CDWs in Nanocrystals
 6. Concluding Remarks
 References
 Index of Subjects.
98. Advances in theoretical physics [1965 ]
 New York, Academic Press, 1965
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QC1 .A365 V.1 1965  Available 
 Landau Memorial Conference (2008 : Chernogolovka, Russia)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, c2009.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiii, 220 p.) : ill.
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The conference 'Advances in Theoretical Physics', held in Chernogolovka, Russia, is devoted to Lev Landau's 100 year anniversary. It was organized by the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, which was established by Landau's pupils who carried on his traditions. The conference reviews current progress in the main branches of theoretical physics. The talks covered solid state physics and cosmology, low temperature physics and optics, quantum field theory and statistical physics, physics of lowdimensional systems and hydrodynamics.
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100. Adventures in experimental physics [1972  1976]
 Princeton, N.J., World Science Communications [etc.]
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 Journal/Periodical — ill., diagrs., ports., tables. 28 cm.
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"A selection of papers and personal discovery stories dealing with innovative, unconventional & adventurous experimentation."
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