Solid State Phenomena

ISSN: 1662-9779

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Edited by: Chunli BAI, Sishen XIE, Xing ZHU
Online since: March 2007
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Nanotechnology has been a priority research field in many countries, because new discoveries in this field have the potential power to unravel new phenomena and new principles of materials use. This collection of knowledge concerning frontier issues in nanotechnology will aid the further promotion of the integration of nanotechnology and industry.

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Edited by: Young-Jin Kim
Online since: February 2007
Description: The primary objective of this collection of 42 peer-reviewed authoritative articles is to share with the reader the very latest information on cutting-edge technologies in the fields of safety and structural integrity.

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Edited by: Chang Kyu Rhee
Online since: January 2007
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
In recent years, the use of nanosized powders and porous materials has been expected to lead to basic breakthrough solutions in the form of prospective nanomaterial products having high-performance and multi-functional properties. For this reason, many industrialised nations have financially supported nanostructured materials development, and their use in technical innovation.

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Edited by: Jang Hyun Sung, Chan Gyu Lee, Yong Zoo You, Young Kook Lee and Jae Young Kim
Online since: December 2006
Description: The 3rd Asian Conference on the Heat Treatment of Materials (AHTM’05) provided a forum within which engineers, scientists, researchers and production managers could review and discuss recent progress and emerging topics in the fields of Advanced Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering Technology.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
General topics, and various R&D efforts related to heat treatment and surface engineering, were also covered at the Conference.

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Edited by: C.G. Kang, S.K. Kim and S.Y. Lee
Online since: October 2006
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This volume is dedicated to the science and technology of the semi-solid processing of metals.

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Edited by: B.M. Darinskii and L.B. Magalas
Online since: August 2006
Description: This work bridges the gaps between mechanical spectroscopy, internal friction, relaxation phenomena in solids and the spectroscopic approach to the dissipation of mechanical energy in solids.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
A limited number of papers are selected from different fields in order to compare the analysis of similar relaxation phenomena occurring in various materials.

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Edited by: Witold Lojkowski and John R. Blizzard
Online since: July 2006
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The aim of the celebrated High Pressure School (HPS) is to provide a platform where both young and experienced researchers can meet and exchange their experiences in high-pressure research techniques.

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Edited by: Nin Bizys, Andrejus Henrikas Marcinkevicius
Online since: June 2006
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This volume comprises a collection of papers arising from the 1st International Conference on Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM 2005), which was held in Vilnius from the 20th –to 23rd October 2005.

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Edited by: Ludwik Dobrzynski and Krystyna Perzynska
Online since: May 2006
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The main topics covered by this fascinating book, "Materials in Transition", are the manifold aspects of transient phenomena in condensed matter, the kinetics of phase transitions, catalysis, solid-state reactions, self-organization, etc.

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Edited by: Cheng-Jun Sun, Jun Ding, Manoj Gupta, Gan-Moog Chow, Lynn Kurihara and Lawrence Kabacoff
Online since: April 2006
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Advances in the welfare of humans tends to be directly related to advances in the science and technology of advanced materials. Hybrid materials make up just one such class of materials, and they are unique in the sense that they exhibit properties that cannot be achieved by using conventional materials design and - at the same time - cannot be predicted by using conventional extrapolations: such as a simple weighted average of the constituents’ properties.

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