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  • Bashkin E.P.; Meyerovich A.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-02-01)
    The properties of 3He-4He solutions are discussed. The theoretical analysis is carried out on a basis of general quantum mechanical considerations without resorting to any model concepts. Satisfactory agreement of the ...
  • Coles B.R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-01-01)
  • Wilson J.R.; Ozelton M.W.; Pratt J.N. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-10-01)
  • Wilson J.R.; Sellors R.G.R.; Pratt J.N. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-04-01)
  • Henry W.G.; Wilson J.R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-07-01)
  • 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 ...
  • Melville P.H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-07-01)
    This review gathers together information important to the understanding of superconducting materials under a.c. conditions, and points out some features which are at present not too well understood. The idea is to try to ...
  • Rice StuartA.; Nachtrieb NormanH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1967-04-01)
  • Crothers D.S.F. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-07-01)
    The Zwaan-Stueckelberg technique, based on semi-classical J.W.K.B. phase integrals and their analytic continuation in the complex plane, is reviewed. Stueckelberg's derivation of Jeffreys' connection formula is discussed, ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1956-01-01)
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1952-07-01)
  • Furukawa Hiroshi (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-01-01)
    A review of the dynamics of phase separation is presented, which focuses on the scaling assumption of the problem. Conventional linear and nonlinear theories are briefly reviewed. The problems with these conventional ...
  • Belinskii V.A.; Khalatnikov I.M.; Lifshitz E.M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-12-01)
    This paper is a concluding review exposition of the investigations aimed at the construction of a general cosmological solution of the Einstein equations with a singularity in time; thus it is a direct continuation of the ...
  • Washburn Sean; Webb RichardA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1986-01-01)
    We review some of the recent surprising theoretical and experimental results obtained on the transport properties of small disordered metal samples. Even in the presence of disorder, the quantum mechanical interference of ...
  • 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. ...
  • Greaves G.N.; Elliott S.R.; Davis E.A. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1979-02-01)
    An attempt is made to unify current knowledge of the optical, vibrational, transport and defect-related properties of amorphous As in terms of its structure and the nature of the bonding. The importance of remnant mesomeric ...
  • 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 ...
  • Paul W.; Connell G.A.N.; Temkin R.J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-09-01)
    The structural properties (radial distribution function, small angle scattering, density), optical properties (complex dielectric function versus energy), and other characterizing parameters (scanning electron microscope ...
  • 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 ...