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By F. N. Gygax, A. Hintermann, W. Ruegg, A. Schenck, W. Studer, L. Schlapbach, F. Stucki (auth.), J. T. Devreese, L. F. Lemmens, V. E. Van Doren, J. Van Royen (eds.)
These volumes comprise the invited and contributed talks of the 1st basic convention of the Condensed subject department of the eu actual Society, which happened on the campus of the collage of Antwerpen (Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen) from April nine until eventually eleven, 1980. The invited talks provide a large point of view of the present kingdom in Europe of analysis in condensed subject physics. New advancements and advances in experiments in addition to thought are pronounced for 28 themes. a few of these advancements, akin to the new stabilization of mono-atomic hydrogen, with the not easy prospect of Bose condensation, will be regarded as significant holiday throughs in condensed subject physics. Of the sixty five invited academics, fifty four have submitted a manuscript. the rest talks are released as abstracts. The contents of this primary quantity contains nine plenary papers. one of the issues taken care of in those papers are: - digital constitution computations of iron the density practical concept hydrogen in amorphous Si topologically disordered fabrics nuclear antiferromagnetism stabilization of mono-atomic hydrogen gasoline covalent and steel glasses nonlinear excitations in ferroelectrics.
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Represents the concentration ~ ~ ~ ~ of the i-th kind of atom. In addition, kF depends on the mean atomic volume Q. • In ~ ~ ~ that way and using the equivalence of equation (6) and equation (7) the interactions are not the same in the alloy as in the pure metals. The values of A£(E) at several values of energy E are obtained from spectroscopic data for free atoms and then extrapolated to the energy of the solid (see ref. ). This does not represent an experimental pseudopotential, since experimental information is introduced at the most fundamental level.
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T2 temnerature dependencies have been observed in Nb IO , ~oI2, Re l3 and in WI2 ,14. The search for the electron-electron scattering contribution to VeT) in simple metals using the RFSE has previously been unsuccessful l5 due to a lack of precision. 5 % and · perm1ts . fee. t h 1S rU1t f u 1 measurements to I K and below, where the remaining variation in the signal strength amounts to only a few percent. We present here our preliminary RFSE measurements on copper and silver that indicate the presence of electronelectron scattering in these two metals that is of the same order of magnitude as we have previously found in cadmium l6 and as is predicted theoretically for these metals l ,3.
Recent Developments in Condensed Matter Physics: Volume 2 · Metals, Disordered Systems, Surfaces, and Interfaces by F. N. Gygax, A. Hintermann, W. Ruegg, A. Schenck, W. Studer, L. Schlapbach, F. Stucki (auth.), J. T. Devreese, L. F. Lemmens, V. E. Van Doren, J. Van Royen (eds.)