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Gives detailed insight in diffusion as the process of particle transport due to stochastic movement
This comprehensive, handbook-style survey of diffusion in condensed matter gives detailed insight into diffusion as the process of particle transport due to stochastic movement - which is understood and presented as a phenomenon of crucial relevance for a large variety of processes and materials. In this book all aspects of theoretical fundamentals, experimental techniques, highlights of current developments and results for solids, liquids and interfaces are presented. Students and scientists in physics, chemistry, materials sciencs and biology will benefit from this detailed compilation, unique for it's complete approach to diffusion, covering all topics, including cross-discipline approaches.
This third edition has new chapters in: case studies in metals and binary alloys, quasielastic neutron scattering, NMR studies interface-dominated and disordered solids, ionic transport in disordered materials and concept of mismatch and relaxation for self-diffusion and conduction.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Anomalous diffusion - Diffusion in Polymers - Diffusion in liquids - Diffusion in membranes - Diffusion in metals - Diffusion in solids - Elementary step - Grain boundaries - Interdiffusion - Ionic transport - Light scattering - Measuring diffusion - Measuring self-diffusion - Molecular dynamics - Monte Carlo Method - NMR spectroscopy - Nanocrystals - Neutron scattering - Semiconductors - Surface diffusion - Zeolites
Solids: Diffusion: Introduction and Case Studies in Metals and Binary Alloys.- The Elementary Diffusion Step in Metals Studied by the Interference of Gamma-rays, X-rays and Neutrons.- Diffusion Studies of Solids by Quasielastic Neutron Scattering.- Diffusion in Semiconductors.- Diffusion in Oxides.- Diffusion in Metallic Glasses and Supercooled Melts.- Interfaces: Fluctuations and Growth Phenomena in Surface Diffusion Surface Diffusion.- Grain Boundary Diffusion in Metals.- NMR and Beta-NMR Studies of Diffusion in Interface-Dominated and Disordered Solids.- PFG NMR Studies of Anomalous Diffusion.- Diffusion Measurements by Ultrasonics.- Diffusion in Membranes.- Liquids: Viscoelasticity and Microscopic Motion in Dense Polymer Systems.- The Molecular Description of Mutual Diffusion Processes in Liquid Mixtures.- Diffusion Measurements in Fluids by Dynamic Light Scattering.- Diffusion in Colloidal and Polymeric Systems.- Field-Assisted Diffusion Studied by Electrophoretic NMR.- Theoretical Concepts and Models: Diffusion of Particles on Lattices.- Diffusion on Fractals.- Ionic Transport in Disordered Materials.- Concept of Mismatch and Relaxation for Self-Diffusion and Conductivity in Ionic Materials with Disordered Structures.- Diffusion and Conduction in Percolation Systems.- Statistical Theory and Molecular Dynamics - Diffusion in Zeolites.