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Gase, Nanosysteme, Flüssigkeiten

Peter Fischer(contrib.) ; Karl Kleinermanns(contrib.) ; Martin Kröger(contrib.) ; Jürgen Warnatz(contrib.) ; Harald Tschesche(contrib.) ; Klaus Lüders(contrib.) ; Thomas Dorfmüller(contrib.) ; Manfred Faubel(contrib.) ; Helmut Grubmüller(contrib.) ; Hellmut Haberland(contrib.) ; Gerd Hauck(contrib.) ; Gerd Heppke(contrib.) ; Siegfried Hess(contrib.) ; Uwe Riedel(contrib.) ; Christof Schulz(contrib.) ; Stephan Seeger(contrib.) ; Hans-Henning Strehblow(contrib.) ; Frank Träger(contrib.) ; Jürgen Uhlenbusch(contrib.) ; Jürgen Wolfrum(contrib.)
Gase, Nanosysteme, Flüssigkeiten
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The multiparticle systems dealt with here - gases, nanosystems and fluids - involve all forms of matter that are to be categorized between particles (Constituents of Matter, Volume 4) and solids (Volume 6). Experiments are emphasized and in addition, all major theoretical initiatives and approximations as well as all current major discoveries are described by leading experts. Nanoparticles and functional nanosystems have been the subject of increasing interest over recent years, including for practical applications. Their production, the analysis of their physical properties and their application are fully described. Key Features comprehensive description of the complex field of multiparticles incorporating all current major discoveries suitable for compiling material for self-study
De Gruyter; January 2005
1117 pages; ISBN 9783110198140
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