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Clusters and nanoscale materials give rise to properties and behaviour that are governed by size restrictions, and hence display features directly attributable to quantum confinement. Thus they represent ideal media for observing and studying quantum phenomena. This book presents and evaluates some of the latest developments in this area of basic research. Each of the chapters focuses on selected aspects of the field, and the authors endeavour to display the breadth of the subject by presenting some of the important recent advances that have been made through the use of new experimental techniques and theoretical approaches.
|Statement||by S. N. Khanna, A. W. Castleman|
|Series||Springer Series in Cluster Physics, Springer Series in Cluster Physics|
|Contributions||Castleman, A. W.|
|LC Classifications||QC170-197, QC717.6-718.8|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 268 p.)|
|Number of Pages||268|
|ISBN 10||3642055036, 3662026066|
|ISBN 10||9783642055034, 9783662026069|
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Thus they represent ideal media for observing and studying quantum phenomena. This book presents and evaluates some. Quantum Phenomena in Clusters and Nanostructures Khanna, S.
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Series: Springer Series in Cluster Physics. Khanna, Shiv N., Castleman, Metal Clusters at Surfaces Structure, Quantum Properties, Physical Chemistry. Series: Springer Series in Cluster Physics.
We describe the results of investigations into electron transport phenomena in semiconductor nanostructures, which also involve suspended nanostructures detached from the bulk.
The influence of silicon monoxide on aggregation of silicon into clusters during high-temperature and polymer nanostructures are described.
Quantum properties of. The quantum tunneling of the magnetization is a typical mesoscopic effect located at the transition from classical to quantum physics. Molecular clusters are. Two type of nano–arrangements were investigated as model systems: a 2D cluster and a 1D wire, both consisting of 3 adatoms of Pt and/or Pd in different proportions: Pd 3, Pd 2 Pt, PdPt 2, and Pt 3 clusters and wires.
All the investigated geometries are shown in Table ing to, a separation of about 6 Å was found to be enough to avoid nanostructure. some relevant phenomena in nanostructures: quantum confinement quantum coherence surface and interface effects. electron confinement effects on energy spectrum: increase in bandgap width - discretization of energies • clusters or crystallites on a surface • clusters embedded in a crystal.
Quantum Tunneling of the Magnetization in Molecular Nanoclusters Quantum Phenomena in Clusters and Nanostructures. Series: Springer Series in Cluster Physics. Pub Date: DOI: /_4 Bibcode. Get this from a library. Quantum Phenomena in Clusters and Nanostructures. [S N Khanna; A W Castleman] -- Clusters and nanoscale materials give rise to properties and behaviour that are governed by size restrictions, and hence display features directly attributable to quantum confinement.
Thus they. For the obtained cluster system we established three types of fundamental principles: i.e. dimension depended phenomena in any manifestation, including the quantum dimension effects for nanostructures of 10 nm (number of atoms ~10 3), surface nanostructures and different defects, and also boundary conditions for phase transition in.
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The book skips too many subjects (mesoscopic superconductors and metals; atom-scale systems made and measured by scanning probe techniques; clusters, grains, and molecules) to be marketed as a general book on nanostructures.
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