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Mesoscopic systems
fundamentals and applications
Yoshimasa Murayama.

Published 2001 by Wiley-VCH in Weinheim, New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Machine generated contents note: 1 Introduction
1.1 Mesoscopic Systems
1.2 Nanoscale Structures
1.3 Electronics
2 Quantum versus Classical Physics
2.1 Quantum Effects
2.2 Quantum Fluctuation
2.3 Particle-Wave Duality
2.4 Measurement of an Ensemble of Particles
2.5 Coherence
2.6 V isibility
2.7 Coherence versus Incoherence
3 'Quantization
3.1 Schrodinger Equation and Discrete Energies
3.2 Bloch Theorem
3.3 Effective Mass
4 Dimensionality
4.1 DOS
4.2 Dimensionality of a Landau Electron
5 Junctions
5.1 M etal-M etal Junction
5.2 Homogeneous Semiconductor Junction
5.3 Heterogeneous Semiconductor Junction
5.4 Schottky Junction
5.5 Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS)
R eferences
6 3D Quantum Systems
7 2D Quantum Systems
7.1 Single Quantum Well
7.2 Multiple Quantum Wells
7.3 Superlattice
7.4 DOS
7.5 Landau Electrons
7.6 Hydrogenic State of Impurity
7.7 Surfaces
8 1D Quantum Systems
9 OD Quantum Systems
10 Transport Properties
10.1 Transport Perpendicular to QW
10.2 Transport Parallel to QW
10.3 Magnetic Response
10.4 Concepts of Electric Conductivity
10.5 Universal Conductance Fluctuation
10.6 Quantized Conductance
10.7 Integral Quantized Hall Effect (IQHE)
10.8 Fractional Quantized Hall Effect (FQHE)
10.9 Ballistic Transport
10.10Coulomb Blockade
10.l1Atomic Wires
11 Optical Properties
11.1 Single/Multiple Quantum Wells
11.2 Exciton Absorption in Various Dimensional Geometries
12 Magnetic Properties
12.1 Fine Particles
12.2 Magnetic Thin Films
13 Properties of Macroscopic Quantum States
13.1 Kosterlitz-Thouless Mode in High-Tc SC
13.2 Superconducting Thin Wires
13.3 Superconducting Tunnel Junction
13.4 Transport Properties of High-Tc Cuprates
13.5 Proximity Effect
13.6 Andreev Reflection
14 Future Prospects
A FDM Solution of Schrodinger Equations
B Effective-Mass Approximated Equation
C Boundary Conditions for an Interface
D Hydrogenic Envelope Function in 3D and 2D
E Transition Probability of Optical Processes
F Eigenvalue Problem for a Linear Electric Potential
G Calculation of Conductivity Based on the Kubo Formula
H Calculation of Conductivity Tensor in a Magnetic Field
I Landau State in z-Representation
J Micromagnetism of Stripe Domain
K Physics Underlying Josephson Junctions
Author Index.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
QC176.8.M46 M87 2001

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viii, 245 p. :
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