Journal of Metastable and Nanocrystalline Materials

ISSN: 2297-6620

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Online since: August 2017
Description: In the 29th volume of "Journal of Metastable and Nanocrystalline Materials" are collected papers which present to readers the results of researches the metastable and amorphous materials, nanocrystalline and nanostructured materials and composites. We hope that this volume of journal will be useful for many researchers from these areas of modern materials science.

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Edited by: Balwant S. Arya, Prafulla K. Jha and Sankar P. Sanyal
Online since: December 2016
Description: Papers were collected by results of National conference on Current Trends in Advanced Materials (NCCTAM-2016, Hoshangabad, India, 29-30 Jan. 2016). Studies presented in this volume cover the wide range of topics related with modern technologies of research the properties of different inorganic compound materials. We hope the presented papers will be interesting for readers and a good base for inspiration for future research and developments.

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Edited by: Sergey I. Pokutnyi
Online since: August 2015
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In the monograph the theory of artificial atom formed from spatially separated electrons and holes (hole moving in the volume of a semiconductor (dielectric) quantum dot and an electron localized on the outer spherical interface between the quantum dot and a dielectric matrix) is developed. Predicted a new hydrogen - artificial atom, which is similar to the new alkali - metal atom. This review discusses the current state of research of artificial atoms (quasiatomic nanoheterostructures) and more complex nanostructures based on them - synthetic quasimolecules, proposed a new model of an artificial atom, satisfactorily explaining its optical and electronic properties, as well as the prospects for the development of the new scientific field.

A theory is developed for the interaction of an electromagnetic field with one-particle quantum-confined states of charge carriers in semiconductor quantum dots. In the context of dipole approximation it is established that the gigantic optical absorption cross sections in the quasi-zero-dimensional systems make it possible to use the systems as efficient absorbing materials. The effects of the resonant interaction of light with such local electron states in presence and in absence of a homogeneous magnetic field are investigated.

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Edited by: A.R. Yavari, A. Inoue, D. Morris and R. Schulz
Online since: January 2005
Description: This volume is available electronically only. Please consult http://www.scientific.net/jmnm

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Edited by: Akihisa Inoue
Online since: September 2005
Description: This volume comprises the proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Metastable, Mechanically Alloyed and Nanocrystalline Materials, held in Sendai, Japan, 22nd to 26th 2004.

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Edited by: M. Gupta and Christina Y.H. Lim
Online since: January 2005
Description: Continued advances in the welfare of the human race depend upon the continual development of, and improvement in, the engineering devices that serve our day-to-day needs. Such development and improvement in engineering devices hinges primarily upon the availability of innovative materials which are capable of withstanding the most stringent service conditions. Materials with nano-level microstructural features make up one such class of material that has recently caught the imagination of researchers worldwide. These materials have demonstrated their potential to exhibit very unusual combinations of properties, and have convincingly confounded conventional beliefs.

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Edited by: A.R. Yavari, A. Inoue, D. Morris and R. Schulz
Online since: August 2004
Description: This volume is available electronically only. Please consult http://www.scientific.net/jmnm

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Edited by: C.S. Kiminami, C. Bolfarini and W.J. Botta F.
Online since: July 2004
Description: This volume comprises the proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Metastable, Mechanically Alloyed and Nanocrystalline Materials, 2003. ISMANAM-2003 was held in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, from the 24th to the 28th August 2003.

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Edited by: D.L. Beke
Online since: January 2004
Description: This book offers a contemporary overview of nanodiffusion, and details the present state of this rapidly growing field. New conceptions of basic aspects of the diffusion processes occurring at the nanoscale are treated, and many useful insights and results concerning diffusion kinetics in various types of technologically important nanomaterials are presented. The latter include: nanomagnetic materials, consisting of a mixture of magnetic nanoparticles in a residual amorphous magnetic matrix; thin films, bi-layers and multilayers for X-ray or neutron mirrors and for magneto-electronic applications such as GMR; and semiconductor nanosystems for many current and future applications.

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Edited by: A.R. Yavari, A. Inoue, D. Morris and R. Schulz
Online since: August 2003
Description: This volume is available electronically only. Please consult http://www.scientific.net/jmnm

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