Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: G. Minchev and L. Pramatarova
Online since: January 1991

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Edited by: G.H. Frischat and C.T. Moynihan
Online since: January 1991
Description: Halide glasses are a new group of optical materials, with great potential for various applications, e.g. for fiber optic waveguides

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Edited by: Gordon Davies
Online since: January 1991
Description: I. TECHNIQUES . II. d DOPING . III. QUANTUM WELLS . IV. HYDROGEN IN SEMICONDUCTORS . V. BOUND EXCITONS . VI. IMPURITIES IN SILICON . VII. IMPURITIES IN Ge AND GexSi1-x. VIII. IMPURITIES IN COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS . IX. DX CENTRES .

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Edited by: J. Barthel et al.
Online since: January 1991

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Edited by: N.B. Singh and D.J. Todd
Online since: January 1991
Description: Theory and experimental techniques of acousto-optic devices were developed for the purpose of modulating and deflecting the laser beams. By the end of the sixties very important results on acoustic beam steering, acoustic interaction in anisotropic media and efficiency and bandwidth of acoustooptic deflectors and modulators had been published. Since then varieties of acousto-optic devices have evolved with many applications in diverse fields.

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Edited by: A. Chamberod and J. Hillairet
Online since: January 1991
Description: This book contains a series of lectures given in a Summer School held in Aussois (France) in September 1989. It offers a global perspective on the current state-of-the-art in the rapidly emerging field of metallic multilayered structures.

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Edited by: B.C. Muddle
Online since: January 1991
Description: Part 1 . 1. PREMARTENSITIC BEHAVIOUR. 2. TRANSFORMATION THERMODYNAMICS AND MECHANISMS. 3. Transformations in ferrous Alloys. 4. BAINITE TRANSFORMATIONS . 5. NON-FERROUS ALLOYS. 6. MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN CERAMICS. Part 2 . 7. SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS. 8. COPPER-BASED SME ALLOYS . 9. TITANIUM-NICKEL SME ALLOYS. 10.FERROUS SME ALLOYS. 11. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS .

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Edited by: J. J. Pouch and S. A. Alterovitz
Online since: January 1991
Description: Boron nitride thin films can be deposited on different substrates using techniques such as plasma deposition, ion beam deposition and reactive sputter deposition.

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Edited by: J. J. Pouch and S. A. Alterovitz
Online since: January 1991
Description: Amorphous, hydrogenated carbon (AHC) films can be deposited on various substrates using several techniques, e.g. plasma deposition and ion beam deposition. The resulting films can be hard, wear resistant and transparent.

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Edited by: William M. Yen
Online since: January 1991

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