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  • Reconstruction of Macroscopic Maxwell Equationsby Kikuo Cho

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2010; US$ 176.81

    This book offers a logically more complete form of macroscopic Maxwell equations than conventional ones, by applying long wavelength approximation to microscopic nonlocal theory, which solves problems inherent to the conventional scheme of Maxwell equations. more...

  • Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matterby Kikuo Cho; Atsuo Matsui

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2001; US$ 222.95

    At Yamada Conference LIII, papers on many novel materials and on novel phenomena in condensed matter physics were presented — for instance, the achievement of simultaneous creation of excitons and free-electron-hole pairs in rare gas solids, and a low frequency fluctuation of the spectral shift of indirect excitons in GaAs coupled quantum wells.... more...

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