Advances in Solid State Physics

Plenary Lectures of the 48th Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG) and of the Divisions “Semiconductor Physics” “Metal Physics” “Low Temperature Physics” “Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics” “Thin Films” “Surface Physics” “Magnetism” “Physics of Polymers” “Molecular Physics” Münster, March 12…17, 1984

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ISBN: 978-3-528-08030-3 (Print) 978-3-540-75374-2 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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    Pages 1-24

    The structure of elemental and molecular clusters

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    Pages 25-44

    The fractional quantum hall effect

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    Pages 45-72

    Lattice distortion, elastic interaction, and phase transitions of hydrogen in metals

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    Pages 73-91

    Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy

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    Pages 93-117

    Optical properties of discontinuous thin films and rough surfaces of silver

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    Pages 119-132

    Charge transport in conducting polymers

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    Pages 133-161

    Transport and recombination in hydrogenated amorphous silicon

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    Pages 163-189

    Negative-U properties for defects in solids

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    Pages 191-228

    Chalcogens as point defects in silicon

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    Pages 229-268

    On the surface physics of III–V compound semiconductors

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    Pages 269-289

    High resolution sputter depth profiling of solid interfaces and thin film structures

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    Pages 291-309

    Inelastic light scattering in semiconductor heterostructures

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    Pages 311-330

    High-speed homo- and heterostructure field-effect transistors

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    Pages 331-344

    Miniature refrigerators for cryoelectronic sensors

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