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  • Elliott S.R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1987-01-01)
    The various origins of a frequency-dependent conductivity in amorphous semiconductors are reviewed, stressing particularly recent advances and the influences that factors such as correlation and non-random spatial distributions ...
  • Hicter P.; Mathieu J.C.; Durand F.; Bonnier E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-07-01)
    The automatic treatment of calculations of chemical equilibrium in homogeneous phases requires analytical representation of the enthalpies and entropies of mixing of the components; therefore various approaches have been ...
  • Ashkenazi J.; Weger M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-03-01)
    The metal-to-insulator transition in V2O3 is described by a model that is based on the electronic band structure of this material. The vanadium 3d-t2g band decomposes in the trigonal symmetry into two bands, a1g and eπ. ...
  • Robertson J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1986-01-01)
    The properties of various types of amorphous carbon and hydrogenated amorphous carbon are reviewed with particular emphasis on the effect of atomic structure on the electronic structure. It is shown how the proportion of ...
  • Connell G.A.N.; Temkin R.J.; Paul W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-09-01)
    The optical properties of thick sputtered films (∼30μ) of amorphous Ge, grown with different substrate temperatures (0ˇ-Tsˇ-350°C), were obtained between 0·05 and 4·5 eV by a combination of reflectance, transmittance and ...
  • Roberts G.G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-01-01)
    Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) films are prepared by transferring floating organic monolayers onto solid substrates. A combination of innovative chemistry and a carefully engineered instrument (a Langmuir trough) can result in ...
  • Himpsel F.J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1983-01-01)
    Angle-resolved photoemission is shown to be a very versatile technique which probes electronic structure as well as geometric structure. All quantum numbers of an electronic state can be determined. In particular, energy ...
  • Shante VinodK.S.; Kirkpatrick Scott (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-05-01)
    Percolation theory, the theory of the properties of classical particles interacting with a random medium, is of wide applicability and provides a simple picture exhibiting critical behaviour, the features of which are well ...
  • Meakin Paul; Skjeltorp ArneT. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-02-01)
    The complementary use of computer simulations and analogue simulations to explore the physics of multiparticle systems is demonstrated. Applications to problems of current interest (e.g. non-equilibrium pattern formation, ...
  • Ruvalds J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-10-01)
    A survey of theoretical research on acoustic plasmons is given and prospects for the observation of these elusive modes are examined. Possible acoustic plasmon contributions to the transition temperatures of the superconducting ...
  • Jin B.Y.; Ketterson J.B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1989-01-01)
  • Glen J.W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1955-10-01)
  • Feather N. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1953-04-01)
    Limiting values of last-nucleon binding energies are available from measured reaction energies of induced transformations satisfying the selection rule ΔA=0, ±1 (A=mass number) in about 140 cases. In 14 cases upper and ...
  • Calais Jean-Louis (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-11-01)
    The article is a review of band-structure calculations for transition metal compounds (carbides and nitrides, layer compounds, A15 structures, and others).
  • Palmer R.G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-12-01)
    The breakdown of ergodic behaviour is discussed as a general phenomenon in condensed matter physics. Broken symmetry is a particular case of this broken ergodicity. In a system that is non-ergodic on physical timescales ...
  • Jacoboni Carlo; Reggiani Lino (Taylor & Francis Group, 1979-08-01)
    This paper contains a review of charge transport properties at high electric fields in bulk cubic semiconductors. The microscopic theoretical interpretation follows a semi-classical approach and is based on the knowledge ...
  • Powell C.J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-04-01)
    Measurements have been made of the characteristic energy losses of 8 kev electrons in a series of liquid In-Al and In-Bi alloys in order to avoid the confusing effects of phase mixtures present in most similar studies of ...
  • Klemperer O.; Shepherd J.P.G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1963-10-01)
  • Overhauser A.W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1978-05-01)
    Fermi-surface instability leading to charge density waves is a common malady in anisotropic metals, and there is now evidence that it also infects isotropic ones.