1 edition of Applications of the Isotopic Effect in Solids found in the catalog.
This is the first book devoted to applications of the isotope effect in solids. It is addressed to physicists, chemists, electronic engineers and materials scientists alike, and is intended both as a tutorial and as a reference work. Readers intent on mastering the basics should start by reading the first few overview chapters and then delve into the descriptions of specific current applications to see how they actually work. Important future applications are also outlined, including information storage, materials for computer memories, quantum computers, isotopic fibers, isotopic optoelectronics, and quantum electronics.
|Statement||by Vladimir G. Plekhanov|
|Series||Springer Series in Materials Science -- 70, Springer series in materials science -- 70.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xi, 334 p.)|
|Number of Pages||334|
|ISBN 10||3642621376, 3642185037|
|ISBN 10||9783642621376, 9783642185038|
In , Thiemens and Heidenreich reported the first chemically produced mass-independent isotope effect. This work has been shown to have a wide range of applications, including atmospheric chemistry, solar system evolution, and chemical physics. This work has recently been reviewed (Weston, R. E. Chem. Rev. , 99, −; Thiemens, M. H. Science , , −).Cited by: Search Tips. Phrase Searching You can use double quotes to search for a series of words in a particular order. For example, "World war II" (with quotes) will give more precise results than World war II (without quotes). Wildcard Searching If you want to search for multiple variations of a word, you can substitute a special symbol (called a "wildcard") for one or more letters.
Applications of the Isotopic Effect in Solids (Springer Series in Materials Science) by Plekhanov, Vladimir G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at autohelp.club In condensed matter physics and continuum mechanics, an isotropic solid refers to a solid material for which physical properties are independent of the orientation of the system. While the finite sizes of atoms and bonding considerations ensure that true isotropy of atomic position will not exist in the solid state, it is possible for measurements of a given property to yield isotropic results.
We have identified 3 identical or similar edtions of the book Applications of the Isotopic Effect in Solids (Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. )! If you are interested in only one specific edtion select the one you are interested in. W. M. White Geochemistry Chapter 9: Stable Isotopes The Fractionation Factor The fractionation factor, α, is the ratio of isotope ratios in two phases: α A−B ≡ R A R B The fractionation of isotopes between two phases is also often reported as ∆.
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Get this from a library. Applications of the isotopic effect in solids. [Vladimir G Plekhanov] -- "This is the first book devoted to applications of the isotope effect in solids. It is addressed to physicists, chemists, electronic engineers and materials scientists alike, and is intended both as.
This is the first book devoted to applications of the isotope effect in solids. It is addressed to physicists, chemists, electronic engineers and materials scientists alike.
Get this from a library. Applications of the Isotopic Effect in Solids. [Vladimir G Plekhanov] -- This is the first book devoted to applications of the isotope effect in solids.
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Readers intent on mastering the basics should start by reading the first few overview chapters and then delve into the descriptions of specific current applications to see how they actually autohelp.club: Vladimir G. Plekhanov. Applications of isotope effects in solids.
This research also exposed that isotopic effect is noticeable where the correlated atomic motion is concerned.
Oxford University Press xviii. This article reviews the current status of the employment of the isotope effect in solids. Diffusion, self-diffusion processes with different isotopes in pure materials and heterostructures (quantum wells), neutron transmutation doping of different semiconducting crystals, optical fiber as well as use isotope-mixed crystals (C, LiH) as the generator of the coherent radiation in the ultraviolet Cited by: Over the last five decades, the isotope effect in solids has been one of the major researches in solid state science.
Most of the physical properties of a solid depend to a Cited by: Isotopic rate changes are most pronounced when the relative mass change is greatest, since the effect is related to vibrational frequencies of the affected bonds.
For instance, changing a hydrogen atom (H) to its isotope deuterium (D) represents a % increase in mass, whereas in replacing carbon with carbon, the mass increases by only 8 percent.
This article is devoted to creating nanostructures based on the isotopic effect in solids. It is based in the renormalization of the band-gap value in case of changes in nuclear interaction, and. SpringerSeriesin materialsscience Editors: autohelp.club autohelp.club,Jr. autohelp.club The Springer Series in Materials Science covers the complete spectrum of materials physics, includingfund.
The Paperback of the X-Ray Optics: Applications to Solids by H.-T. Queisser at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more. Book Graph ™ Browsery B&N. This book provides a concise introduction to the newly created sub-discipline of solid state physics isotopetronics.
The role of isotopes in materials and their properties are describe in this book. The problem of the enigma of the atomic mass in microphysics is briefly discussed.
The range of the applications of isotopes is wide: from biochemical process in living organisms to modern. where R o is the initial isotope ratio, R is the ratio after the process occurs, f is the residual component, and a is the equilibrium fractionation factor.
Figure 3. Change in the 18 O content of rainfall according to a Rayleigh distillation, starting with d 18 O vapor = ‰, temp.
= 25°C, and final temp. APPLICATIONS OF GROUP THEORY TO ATOMS, MOLECULES, AND SOLIDS The majority of all knowledge concerning atoms, molecules, and solids has been derived from applications of group theory. Taking a unique, applications-oriented approach, this book gives readers the tools needed to analyze any atomic, molecular, or crystalline solid system.
Applications of the Isotopic Effect in Solids Readers intent on mastering the basics should start by reading the first few overview chapters and then delve into the descriptions of specific current applications to see how they actually work. Isotopes: Applications in Natural Waters MASS SPECTROMETRY: DETERMINING ISOTOPIC RATIOS Small variations between isotope abundances of oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur are measured using a machine called a gas-source mass spectrometer.
The mass spectrometer measures the difference in the ratio of heavy to light isotope of a. isotope effect[′ī·sə‚tōp i‚fekt] (physical chemistry) The effect of difference of mass between isotopes of the same element on nonnuclear physical and chemical properties, such as the rate of reaction or position of equilibrium, of chemical reactions involving the isotopes.
(solid-state physics) Variation of the transition temperatures of the. The effect of pressure on the equilibrium isotope fractionation is examined theoretically.
The calculation technique is developed, using the quasi-harmonic approximation for solids. The formula connecting the pressure derivative of the β-factor (reduced isotopic partition function ratio) and Cited by: This list contains fictional chemical elements, materials, isotopes or subatomic particles that either a) play a major role in a notable work of fiction, b) are common to several unrelated works, or c) are discussed in detail by independent sources.
The basic assumption that a chemical process may not produce a mass-independent isotopic composition was later experimentally demonstrated to be incorrect and initiated the field of mass-independent isotopic chemistry and its autohelp.club was shown that the identical δ 17 O/δ 18 O ratio observed in CAI is produced during the formation of ozone from dissociation of molecular oxygen.topics was via this book then no great feel for them should be expected.
Chapter five deals with symmetry as applied to tensor quantities with particular reference to conductivity, elec- trical and thermal, and to the piezoelectric effect. The final chapters are devoted to energy bands in solids,Author: M. M. Woolfson.Isotope effect may refer to.
Equilibrium isotope effect, see Equilibrium constant#Effect of isotopic substitution; Isotopic shift, effect of isotopic substitution on spectroscopy; Kinetic isotope effect, effect of isotopic substitution on chemical reaction rates; Magnetic isotope effect, when a chemical reaction involves spin-selective processes, such as the radical pair mechanism.