Highlights in Condensed Matter Physics and Future Prospects

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EditorLeo EsakibyReona Esaki

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In these proceedings of the first NATO Science Forum, distinguished physicists from around the world evaluate, in depth, three evolving frontiers--semiconductor quantum structures, including the subject of the quantum Hall effect; high temperature superconductivity; and scanning tunneling microscopy--reviewing the progress made in the last few years and exploring the implications for the future. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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In these proceedings of the first NATO Science Forum, distinguished physicists from around the world evaluate, in depth, three evolving frontiers--semiconductor quantum structures, including the subject of the quantum Hall effect; high temperature superconductivity; and scanning tunneling microscopy--reviewing the progress made in the ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:722 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306441195

ISBN - 13:9780306441196

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Quantum Hall Effect: Fractional Quantum Hall Effect; D. Tsui. Theory and Implications of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect; S.M. Girvin. Semiconductor Quantum Structures: Implications of Semiconductor Superlattice Research; L. Esaki. Electron Energy Levels in Semiconductor Quantum Wells and Superlattices; G. Bastard. The First Principles View of Superlattices; H. Kamimura. High Temperature Superconductivity: The Role of the Short and Anisotropic Coherence Length; G. Deutscher. Artificially Grown Superlattices of Cuprates; O. Fischer. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy: Local Probe Methods; H. Roher. A New Spectroscopy of Carrier Scattering; P. Wyder. AtomResolved Surface Chemistry with the STM; P. Avouris. 18 additional articles. Index.