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Spectroscopy of Emerging Materials

  • Eric C. Faulques
  • Dale L. Perry
  • Andrei V. Yeremenko

Part of the NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry book series (NAII, volume 165)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. V. Briois, Ch. Giorgetti, F. Baudelet, A. M. Flank, M. S. Tokumoto, S. H. Pulcinelli et al.
    Pages 15-30
  3. Dale L. Perry, A. Bowman, S. J. Teat, Mario Ortega, A. C. Thompson
    Pages 31-43
  4. Alexandre A. Shvartsburg, Mihai Horoi, Koblar A. Jackson
    Pages 83-96
  5. E. Ya. Sherman, S. Sharma, C. Ambrosch-Draxl
    Pages 115-126
  6. S. Lefrant, J. P. Buisson, J. Schreiber, J. Wery, E. Faulques, O. Chauvet et al.
    Pages 127-138
  7. V. A. Karachevtsev, A. Yu. Glamazda, U. Dettlaff-Weglikowska, V. S. Leontiev, A. V. Peschanskii, A. M. Plokhotnichenko et al.
    Pages 139-150
  8. G. V. Andrievsky, A. A. Avdeenko, L. I. Derevyanchenko, V. I. Fomin, V. K. Klochkov, V. S. Kurnosov et al.
    Pages 151-160
  9. A. A. Avdeenko, V. V. Eremenko, I. V. Legchenkova, A. I. Prokhvatilov, N. B. Silaeva, Yu. E. Stetsenko et al.
    Pages 161-166
  10. D. V. Lopatin, V. V. Rodaev, A. V. Umrikhin, D. V. Konarev, A. L. Litvinov, R. N. Lyubovskaya
    Pages 167-172
  11. Yu. G. Pashkevich, V. P. Gnezdilov, P. Lemmens, K. -Y. Choi, G. Güntherodt, A. V. Yeremenko et al.
    Pages 185-194
  12. Yu. G. Pashkevich, V. P. Gnezdilov, P. Lemmens, K. -Y. Choi, K. V. Lamonova, A. A. Gusev et al.
    Pages 195-204
  13. V. Gnezdilov, V. Kurnosov, Yu. Pashkevich, J. Tranquada, P. Lemmens, K. -Y. Choi et al.
    Pages 205-214
  14. A. Anders, O. Kravchyna, A. Kaplienko, M. Orendach, A. Orendachova, M. Kajnakova et al.
    Pages 251-260
  15. I. K. Yanson, Yu. G. Naidyuk
    Pages 273-288
  16. Gennadiy V. Kamarchuk, Pavel N. Chubov, Vasiliy A. Gudimenko, Philippe Molinie, Annie Leblanc-Soreau, Eric C. Faulques
    Pages 289-298
  17. Bojan Šoptrajanov, Viktor Stefov, Heinz Dieter Lutz, Bernward Engelen
    Pages 299-308
  18. R. B. Lyubovskii, S. I. Pesotskii, M. Gener, R. Rousseau, E. Canadell, N. V. Drichko et al.
    Pages 309-318
  19. Andrey V. Kravchenko, Vladimir A. Starodub, Alexander R. Kazachkov, Andrey V. Khotkevich, Oleg S. Pyshkin, Gennadiy V. Kamarchuk
    Pages 319-330
  20. A. Pospelov, G. Kamarchuk, YU. Alexandrov, A. Zaika, E. Faulques
    Pages 331-338
  21. Victor G. Ivanov, Sophie Quillard
    Pages 339-350
  22. Miroslav Menšík, Stanislav Nešpůrek
    Pages 351-362
  23. Eric Faulques
    Pages 363-378
  24. Gediminas Jonusauskas, Emmanuel Abraham, Edouard Bordenave, Jean Oberle
    Pages 395-406
  25. Back Matter
    Pages 407-414

About these proceedings

Introduction

A comprehensive discussion of the key role of modern spectroscopic investigations in interdisciplinary materials science and engineering, covering emerging materials that are either absolutely novel or well-known materials with recently discovered, exciting properties.

The types of spectroscopy discussed include optical, electronic and magnetic, UV-visible absorption, Rayleigh scattering, photoluminescence, vibrational, magnetic resonance, electron energy loss, EXAFS, XANES, optical tomography, time-resolved spectroscopy, and point contact spectroscopy. The materials studied are highly topical, with a focus on carbon and silicon nanomaterials including nanotubes, fullerenes, nanoclusters, metallic superconducting phases, molecular materials, magnetic and charge-stripe oxides, and biomaterials.

Theoretical treatments are presented of molecular vibrational dynamics, vibration-induced decay of electronic excited states, nanoscale spin-orbit coupling in 2D Si-based structures, and the growth of semiconductor clusters.

Keywords

ESR NIR Photoemission spectroscopy UV X-ray absorption spectroscopy electron energy loss spectroscopy function nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • Eric C. Faulques
    • 1
  • Dale L. Perry
    • 2
  • Andrei V. Yeremenko
    • 3
  1. 1.Institut des Matériaux Jean RouxelNantesFrance
  2. 2.Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA
  3. 3.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics & EngineeringKharkovUkraine

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