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Author: Yu. Kagan,A.J. Leggett
ISBN: 0444880410
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 496 pages
Publisher North Holland (December 18, 1992)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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eBook Quantum Tunnelling in Condensed Media (Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Sciences) download

by Yu. Kagan,A.J. Leggett


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Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Sciences. 1. Quantum tunnelling of a macroscopic variable (. Quantum Tunnelling in Condensed Media. View on ScienceDirect. 2. Quantum tunnelling diffusion in solids (Y. agan and . 3. The decay of a metastable state in a multidimensional configuration space (U. Eckern and A. Schmidt). The essays in this book deal with of the problem of quantum tunnelling and related behavior of a microscopic or macroscopic system, which interacts strongly with an "environment" - this being some form of condensed matter.

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Chapter 1 – Quantum Tunnelling of a Macroscopic Variable. Jan 1, 1992·Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Sciences. J. Leggett (Urbana University)H-Index: 1. 2 Citations. Chapter 2 - Quantum Tunneling Diffusion in Solids.

Series: Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Science. Hardcover: 724 pages. Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (April 1986).

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Prokof ev, Quantum tunneling diffusion in solids, in:Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Science, eds. . Kagan (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1992). A. Schenck,Muon Spin Rotation: Principles and Applications in Solid State Physics (Hilger, Bristol, 1986);Google Scholar.

Condensed matter physics is the field of physics that deals with the macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter

Condensed matter physics is the field of physics that deals with the macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter. In particular it is concerned with the "condensed" phases that appear whenever the number of constituents in a system is extremely large and the interactions between the constituents are strong. The most familiar examples of condensed phases are solids and liquids, which arise from the electromagnetic forces between atoms

High visibility: Indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - Web of Science. To be covered in Scopus. 3390/condmat5010002 (registering DOI) - 08 Jan 2020. We investigate a notable class of states peculiar to a bosonic binary mixture featuring repulsive intraspecies and attractive interspecies couplings.

The essays in this book deal with of the problem of quantum tunnelling and related behavior of a microscopic or macroscopic system, which interacts strongly with an "environment" - this being some form of condensed matter. The "system" in question need not be physically distinct from its environment, but could, for example, be one particular degree of freedom on which attention is focussed, as in the case of the Josephson junction studied in several of the papers. This general problem has been studied in many hundreds, if not thousands, of articles in the literature, in contexts as diverse as biophysics and quantum cosmology. The editors have grouped together papers which are representative of the main trends in this area in the last fifteen years or so and sufficiently related in general spirit and terminology that common themes can be discerned. The contributions are primarily theoretical, but the comparison with experiment is discussed wherever possible.