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Computational Studies of New Materials II From Ultrafast Processes and Nanostructures to Optoelectronics, Energy Storage and Nanomedicine (Hardcover)

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Computational Studies of New Materials II George, Thomas F. (EDT)/ Jelski, Daniel (EDT)/ Letfullin, Renat R. (EDT)/ Zhang, Guoping (EDT) 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 9814287180
ISBN-13: 9789814287180
Sku: 211957479
Publish Date: 8/1/2010
Pages:  540
Edition Number:  2
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Computational Studies of New Materials was published by World Scientific in 1999 and edited by Daniel Jelski and Thomas F George. Much has happened during the past decade. Advances have been made on the same materials discussed in the 1999 book, including fullerenes, polymers and nonlinear optical processes in materials, which are presented in this 2010 book. In addition, different materials and topics are comprehensively covered, including nanomedicine, hydrogen storage materials, ultrafast laser processes, magnetization and light-emitting diodes.
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Computational Studies of New Materials was published by World Scientific in 1999 and edited by Daniel Jelski and Thomas F George. Much has happened during the past decade. Advances have been made on the same materials discussed in the 1999 book, including fullerenes, polymers and nonlinear optical processes in materials, which are presented in this 2010 book. In addition, different materials and topics are comprehensively covered, including nanomedicine, hydrogen storage materials, ultrafast laser processes, magnetization and light-emitting diodes.
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