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Solid-State Spectroscopy: An Introduction Kuzmany, Hans|Kuzmany, H. 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 3540639136
ISBN-13: 9783540639138
Sku: 30354304
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.75H x 6.5L x 1.25T
Pages:  450
 
Numerous techniques using electromagnetic radiation or charged neutral particles have been invented and refined to provide more detailed information on solids. This book elucidates topics in this field, including lasers and synchrotrons, Fourier transform spectroscopy, pulsed and magnetic NMR techniques, and photo-emission and light and electron scattering. Each chapter includes problems and examples. 235 illus.
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Numerous techniques using electromagnetic radiation or charged neutral particles have been invented and refined to provide more detailed information on solids. This book elucidates topics in this field, including lasers and synchrotrons, Fourier transform spectroscopy, pulsed and magnetic NMR techniques, and photo-emission and light and electron scattering. Each chapter includes problems and examples. 235 illus.Spectroscopic methods have opened up a new horizon in our knowledge of solid-state materials. Numerous techniques using electromagnetic radiation or charged and neutral particles have been invented and worked out to a high level in order to provide more detailed information on the solids. In this text, new radiation sources like lasers and synchrotrons are discussed. It provides a description of the linear response together with the basic principles and the technical background for various scattering experiments. Fourier transform spectroscopy, pulsed and magnetic NMR techniques, photo-emission, and light and electron scattering are elucidated. Each chapter includes problems. The concept of this textbook is designed for graduate students.
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