3 edition of Statistical physics of crystal growth found in the catalog.
Statistical physics of crystal growth
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This book gives a systematic overview on the scientific fundamentals of crystal growth from the classical phenomenological description to the recent theoretical contributions of statistical physics such as studies on surface roughening and on the pattern formation in the diffusion-limited growth.
The book emphasizes physical concepts as well as. This book gives a systematic overview on the scientific fundamentals of crystal growth from the classical phenomenological description to the recent theoretical contributions of statistical physics such as studies on surface roughening and on the pattern formation in the diffusion-limited growth.
It also covers more complex topics such as kinetic roughness, growth instabilities, and elastic effects, as well as the crucial contributions of crystal growth in electronics during this century. The book focuses on growth using molecular beam epitaxy.
Throughout, the emphasis is on the role played by modern statistical by: Gives a systematic overview on the scientific fundamentals of crystal growth from the classical phenomenological description to the recent thoeretical contributions of statistical physics such as studies on surface roughening and on the pattern formation in the diffusion-limited growth.
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Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, (OCoLC) This book, based on the Beg-Rohu summer school, contains six sets of pedagogical lectures by internationally respected researchers on the statistical physics of crystal growth.
Providing a complete course in which the phenomena of shape and growth are viewed from a novel vantage point, the lectures cover not only very recent developments, but also reflect on old problems that have not.
Statistical Models for the Fracture of Disordered Media A volume in Random Materials and Processes Statistical physics has introduced a very powerful tool to study critical phenomena that It presents an overview of the physics of viscous fingering or dendritic crystal growth and introduces the basic computer model—diffusion-limited.
modynamics and elasticity theory (‘The book focuses on growth using molecular beam epitaxy’, as the authors them-selves state). The authors suggest that their book should be of interest to ‘graduate students and researchers in statistical physics, materials science, surface physics and solid state physics’ (not in crystal growth?).
In the seven years since this volume first appeared. there has been an enormous expansion of the range of problems to which Monte Carlo computer simulation methods have been applied. This fact has already led to the addition of a companion volume ("Applications of the Monte Carlo Method in Statistical Physics", Topics in Current Physics.
Including the above examples, thermodynamics is essentially important to solve the problems in crystal growth. Thermodynamics and statistical physics treat common problems in the system of the many particles, where the former discusses from the macroscopic point of view while the latter does by starting from the microscopic view and ending at.
Written for graduate or advanced students as well as for professionals in physics and chemistry, this book includes the fundamental concepts of statistical physics and physical kinetics. These concepts relate to a wide range of physical objects, such as liquids and solids, gases and plasmas, clusters and systems of complex molecules.
A brief closing chapter looks back at the crucial contributions of crystal growth in electronics during the twentieth century. The book focuses on growth using molecular beam epitaxy. Throughout, the emphasis is on the role played by statistical physics. Informative appendices, interesting exercises and an extensive bibliography reinforce the text.
These proceedings are partly from ICPTSP at NYU Shanghai. This three-volume set includes topics in Probability Theory and Statistical Physics, such as Spin Glasses, Statistical Mechanics, Brownian Web, Percolation, Interacting Particle Systems, Random Walks.
Abstract This book contains six sets of lectures by internationally respected researchers on the statistical physics of crystal growth.
The emphasis in the papers is on a description of underlying mechanisms and elaboration of simple models that provide a transparent physical picture. Spin Glasses and Statistical Mechanics.
Brownian Web and Percolation. III. Interacting Particle Systems and Random Walks. The articles in these volumes, which cover a wide spectrum of topics, will be especially useful for graduate students and researchers who seek initiation and inspiration in Probability Theory and Statistical Physics.
Written for graduate or advanced students as well as for professionals in physics and chemistry, this book includes the fundamental concepts of statistical physics and physical kinetics.
These concepts relate to a wide range of physical objects, such as liquids and solids, gases and plasmas, clusters and systems of complex molecules. The book analyzes various structures of many-particle. The book allows research novices and graduate students to get an insight into the physics of the phenomena and to interpret some of the experimental results.
Keywords Adsorption Helium-Atom-Streuung alloy crystal crystal growth nucleation thermodynamics thin films. Selection from the following topics: physics of crystal growth, lattice defects, impurity diffusion, ion-implantation, thin film growth and plasma etching.
Physics of characterization techniques utilizing resistivity, carrier mobility and lifetimes, electrons, x-rays, ions, Rutherford backscattering, neutron activation analysis, positron. I am a theorist in the Condensed Matter and Materials Physics group (CMMP) in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UCL, and a Principal Investigator in the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN).
I work on the statistical physics of soft condensed matter, particularly the process of nucleation of molecular clusters. Its importance to science in the future can only increase with the rise of subjects such as quantitative tical Physics of Fields builds on the foundation laid by the Statistical Physics of Particles, with an account of the revolutionary developments of the past 35 years, many of which were facilitated by renormalization group ideas.These models, originally studied in statistical physic and mechanics, display a wide range of dynamical behavoir depending on the particular lattice and scattering rule.
In my research I consider, among other things, how such systems can generate self-avoiding trajectories, which are used to study such things as polymers and crystal growth.--Alan Bray, Journal of Statistical Physics "Unquestionably a valuable book, written at an accessible level for graduate students while providing a nice summary of the last century's--and notably the last two decades'--developments of these methods.
It fills a hole in Reviews: 5.