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Electron-Photon Interaction in Dense Media (Nato Science Series II:)

Electron-Photon Interaction in Dense Media (Nato Science Series II:) Lowest new price: $249.60
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A comprehensive survey of recent theoretical and experimental progress in the area of electron-photon interaction and dense media. A state-of-the-art discussion of radiation production, with descriptions of new ideas and technologies that enhance the production of X-rays in the form of channelling, transition and parametric X-ray production. Progress in electron beam physics to produce sub-picosecond electron bunches from low-energy linear accelerators make it possible to produce coherent, high brightness, submillimeter radiation and sub-picosecond X-ray pulses. Micro-undulators in the form of bent crystalline structures hold great promise as future X-ray sources.


Industrial Electron Accelerators and Applications

Industrial Electron Accelerators and Applications Lowest new price: $80.54
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Author: Eaabramyan

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Electron-Molecule Scattering and Ionization (AIP Conference Proceedings)

Electron-Molecule Scattering and Ionization (AIP Conference Proceedings) Lowest new price: $80.00
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Radiation from Relativistic Electrons (AIP Translation S) (English and Russian Edition)

Radiation from Relativistic Electrons (AIP Translation S) (English and Russian Edition) Lowest new price: $244.65
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Author: A A Sokolov
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Free Electron Generation of Extreme Ultraviolet Coherent Radiation (AIP Conference Proceedings)

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Electronic Properties of Surfaces

Electronic Properties of Surfaces Lowest new price: $90.36
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Author: Prutton

In recent years the availability of techniques and the asking of basic and technological questions has led to an international explosion of activity in the study of solid surfaces. Originally published in Reports in Progress in Physics, Electronic Properties of Surfaces reflects the modern knowledge in this field, presenting critical appraisals of progress in surface science. The book should be particularly valuable for researchers new to this field.


Excess Electrons in Dielectric Media

Excess Electrons in Dielectric Media Lowest new price: $551.67
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Author: Christiane Ferradini

This book provides a comprehensive review of the present knowledge and current problems concerning physical-chemical aspects of the behavior of excess electrons in various media. The book's 13 chapters strike a balance between theoretical and experimental accounts and provide in-depth presentations of specific subjects. Among the several topics discussed in this stimulating volume are primary interactions, transport, and relaxation of excess electrons of a few tens of electron-Volts in various solid and liquid materials; energetics and transport properties of electrons after thermalization in non-polar dielectric liquids; quantum simulation methods; and electron solvation in polar liquids and of excess electrons trapped in polar matrices at low temperature. Applications of these concepts are discussed as well, including hot electron transport in silicon dioxide, the fate of excess electrons created in polar dielectric liquids by photoelectrochemical methods or by cathodic generation, and excess electron production and decay in organic microheterogeneous systems. Researchers, instructors, and engineers working in the radiation sciences, condensed-matter physics, chemical physics, biophysics, photochemistry, and the biochemistry of electron transfer and electrochemistry should consider this book to be an invaluable reference resource.


Soviet Research on the Transport of Intense Relativistic Electron Beams Through High-Pressure Air (Rand Report)

Soviet Research on the Transport of Intense Relativistic Electron Beams Through High-Pressure Air (Rand Report) Lowest used price: $33.50
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Soviet Research on the Transport of Intense Relativistic Electron Beams Through Low-Pressure Air (Rand Report)

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Atlas of Point Contact Spectra of Electron-Phonon Interactions in Metals

Atlas of Point Contact Spectra of Electron-Phonon Interactions in Metals Lowest new price: $140.00
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Author: A.V. Khotkevich
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The characteristics of electrical contacts have long attracted the attention of researchers since these contacts are used in every electrical and electronic device. Earlier studies generally considered electrical contacts of large dimensions, having regions of current concentration with diameters substantially larger than the characteristic dimensions of the material: the interatomic distance, the mean free path for electrons, the coherence length in the superconducting state, etc. [110]. The development of microelectronics presented to scientists and engineers the task of studying the characteristics of electrical contacts with ultra-small dimensions. Characteristics of point contacts such as mechanical stability under continuous current loads, the magnitudes of electrical fluctuations, inherent sensitivity in radio devices and nonlinear characteristics in connection with electromagnetic radiation can not be understood and altered in the required way without knowledge of the physical processes occurring in contacts. Until recently it was thought that the electrical conductivity of contacts with direct conductance (without tunneling or semiconducting barriers) obeyed Ohm's law. Nonlinearities of the current-voltage characteristics were explained by joule heating of the metal in the region of the contact. However, studies of the current-voltage characteristics of metallic point contacts at low (liquid helium) temperatures [142] showed that heating effects were negligible in many cases and the nonlinear characteristics under these conditions were observed to take the form of the energy dependent probability of inelastic electron scattering, induced by various mechanisms.

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