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### Resonance

Author | : Leonard Dobrzynski,Housni Al-Wahsh,Abdellatif Akjouj |

Publsiher | : Elsevier |

Total Pages | : 232 |

Release | : 2023-02 |

Genre | : Technology & Engineering |

ISBN | : 9780443191442 |

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Resonance: Long-Lived Waves, a new volume in the Interface Transmission Tutorial Book series, introduces long-life resonance properties for telecommunications. The book's authors review the general analysis methods of interface transmission, giving many examples and applying these methods to telecommunications systems (materials and devices). Each chapter introduces and defines the long-lived resonances, their path states and phase shifts, and applications. This book is suitable for materials scientists and engineers in academia and R&D, and may also be appropriate for applied physicists.

### Resonance

Author | : Leonard Dobrzyński,Housni Al-Wahsh,Abdellatif Akjouj |

Publsiher | : Elsevier |

Total Pages | : 234 |

Release | : 2023-02-03 |

Genre | : Technology & Engineering |

ISBN | : 9780443135149 |

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Resonance: Long-Lived Waves, a new volume in the Interface Transmission Tutorial Book series, introduces long-life resonance properties for telecommunications. The book's authors review the general analysis methods of interface transmission, giving many examples and applying these methods to telecommunications systems (materials and devices). Each chapter introduces and defines the long-lived resonances, their path states and phase shifts, and applications. This book is suitable for materials scientists and engineers in academia and R&D, and may also be appropriate for applied physicists. Offers a unique approach on long-lived transmission resonance from an interfacial transmission point-of-view Provides tutorial examples to aid in the design of new materials and devices for telecommunications applications Authored by world-leading experts on interface transmission

### Long Lived States In Collisions

Author | : Slobodan Danko Bosanac |

Publsiher | : CRC Press |

Total Pages | : 180 |

Release | : 2018-01-31 |

Genre | : Science |

ISBN | : 9781351082617 |

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This book contains essentially two parts. A Review of the classical, quantum, and semi-classical theories of collision are given in the first part, while their applications to the atom and molecule collisions are given in the second part. The book is useful to scientists other than atom and molecular physicists, and is as general as possible, however, with the emphasis on the atom and molecule collisions.

### Understanding the Marginal Seas of Northeast Asia for Tectonics and Submarine Geohazards

Author | : Kwang-Hee Kim,Han-Joon Kim,Tianyao Hao,Xunhua Zhang |

Publsiher | : Frontiers Media SA |

Total Pages | : 170 |

Release | : 2022-08-29 |

Genre | : Science |

ISBN | : 9782889768646 |

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### D wave Superconductivity

Author | : Tao Xiang,Congjun Wu |

Publsiher | : Cambridge University Press |

Total Pages | : 135 |

Release | : 2022-06-09 |

Genre | : Science |

ISBN | : 9781009218573 |

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This volume provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory of d-wave superconductivity, focused on d-wave pairing symmetry and its physical consequences in the superconducting state. It discusses the basic concepts and methodologies related to high-temperature superconductivity and compares experimental phenomena with theoretical predictions. After a brief introduction to the basic theory of superconductivity and several models for high-temperature superconductivity, this book presents detailed derivations and explanations for various single-particle and collective properties of d-wave superconductors that can be monitored experimentally, including thermodynamics, angular-resolved photo-emission, single-particle and Josephson tunnelling, impurity scattering, magnetic and superfluid responses, transport and optical properties and mixed states. Various universal behaviours of d-wave superconductors are highlighted. Aimed primarily at graduate students and research scientists in condensed matter and materials physics, this text enables readers to understand systematically the physical properties of high-temperature superconductors.

### Electron Molecule Collisions

Author | : Isao Shimamura,Kazuo Takayanagi |

Publsiher | : Springer Science & Business Media |

Total Pages | : 570 |

Release | : 2013-11-11 |

Genre | : Science |

ISBN | : 9781461323570 |

**Download Electron Molecule Collisions Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle**

Scattering phenomena play an important role in modern physics. Many significant discoveries have been made through collision experiments. Amongst diverse kinds of collision systems, this book sheds light on the collision of an electron with a molecule. The electron-molecule collision provides a basic scattering problem. It is scattering by a nonspherical, multicentered composite particle with its centers having degrees of freedom of motion. The molecule can even disintegrate, Le., dissociate or ionize into fragments, some or all of which may also be molecules. Although it is a difficult problem, the recent theoretical, experimental, and computational progress has been so significant as to warrant publication of a book that specializes in this field. The progress owes partly to technical develop ments in measurements and computations. No less important has been the great and continuing stimulus from such fields of application as astrophysics, the physics of the earth's upper atmosphere, laser physics, radiation physics, the physics of gas discharges, magnetohydrodynamic power generation, and so on. This book aims at introducing the reader to the problem of electron molecule collisions, elucidating the physics behind the phenomena, and review ing, to some extent, up-to-date important results. This book should be appropri ate for graduate reading in physics and chemistry. We also believe that investi gators in atomic and molecular physics will benefit much from this book.

### Applied Quantum Mechanics

Author | : A. F. J. Levi |

Publsiher | : Cambridge University Press |

Total Pages | : 577 |

Release | : 2006-06 |

Genre | : Mathematics |

ISBN | : 9780521860963 |

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This updated and expanded edition makes quantum mechanics accessible to electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, materials scientists and applied physicists by using real-world applications and engineering examples. Numerous illustrations, exercises, worked examples and problems are included; Matlab source codes to support the text are available from www.cambridge.org//9780521860963.

### Handbook of Nuclear Physics

Author | : Isao Tanihata,Hiroshi Toki,Toshitaka Kajino |

Publsiher | : Springer Nature |

Total Pages | : 4180 |

Release | : 2023-10-06 |

Genre | : Science |

ISBN | : 9789811963452 |

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This handbook is a comprehensive, systematic source of modern nuclear physics. It aims to summarize experimental and theoretical discoveries and an understanding of unstable nuclei and their exotic structures, which were opened up by the development of radioactive ion (RI) beam in the late 1980s. The handbook comprises three major parts. In the first part, the experiments and measured facts are well organized and reviewed. The second part summarizes recognized theories to explain the experimental facts introduced in the first part. Reflecting recent synergistic progress involving both experiment and theory, the chapters both parts are mutually related. The last part focuses on cosmo-nuclear physics—one of the mainstream subjects in modern nuclear physics. Those comprehensive topics are presented concisely. Supported by introductory reviews, all chapters are designed to present their topics in a manner accessible to readers at the graduate level. The book therefore serves as a valuable source for beginners as well, helping them to learn modern nuclear physics.