3 edition of **Energy transport in the three-dimensional, harmonic, isotopically disordered crystal.** found in the catalog.

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- 26 Currently reading

Published
**1972**
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Written in English

- Energy transfer.,
- Crystals.

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | vii, 101 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 101 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23724698M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 13986228 |

[] Heat Conduction and Sound Transmission in Isotopically Disordered Harmonic Crystals. Journal of Mathematical Physics, , (With A.J. O'Conner). [] Exact Derivation of the van der Waals Equation. Physica, , Lecture at van der Waals Conference, Amsterdam, August [] What is New in the Ising Model. This work has been done under financial support from Spanish MICINN under Grants No. MATC, No. MAT, No. MATC/04, No. CSD, and Prometeo No. GV/ The supercomputer time has been provided by the Red Espanola de Supercomputacion (RES) and the MALTA by:

Potential Energy Calculations. Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces (11) "Eigenvalues of the Potential Function V = Z 4 ± BZ2 and the Effect of Sixth Power Terms."J. Laane, Appl. Spectrosc., 24, (). (15) "One-Dimensional Potential Energy Functions in Vibrational Spectroscopy."J. Laane, , 25, (). (20) "Periodic Potential functions for . Supporting Information Temperature dependence on charge transport behavior of three-dimensional superlattice crystals A. Sreekumaran Nair and K. Kimura* University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Material Science Department of Material Science, Koto, Kamigori-cho, Ako-gun, Hyogo , Japan. * Correspondence: [email protected]

gous to the term in neutral particle transport. A. Three-dimensional transport equation model This work considers a physical system consisting of a convex area A in the y,z-plane, extended in a “tubelike” or “ductlike” manner into the x-direction, creating a three-dimensional volume V Fig. 1. Assuming that V is “long and slender. Advanced epitaxy on three-dimensional structures and templates has the potential to create three-dimensional heterostructure diodes, and may also be used to control and terminate certain types of crystal defects and effects from stress that arise from growing one material on top of another. 8 We developed a process for producing large arrays of.

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