Dynamic Processes in Liquids and Selected Topics Related to the Dynamics of Ions and Electrons in Liquids
It has been a rather difficult task formulating these lectures to meet the needs of such a diverse audience. Interests here range over an incredibly broad spectrum — from general theories of disordered media and systems far from equilibrium to detailed analyses of charge transfer experiments, electrical breakdown phenomena, along with the rich field of physics and chemistry of solvated electrons.
KeywordsMaster Equation Langevin Equation Trap Density Escape Rate Time Correlation Function
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