March, Norman H. (Norman Henry) 1927
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Works:  127 works in 632 publications in 2 languages and 13,995 library holdings 

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Most widely held works by
Norman H March
Mechanical properties of metals : atomistic and fractal continuum approaches by
C. W Lung(
)
12 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in English and held by 1,770 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The book is intended to describe the basic and newly developed elements of the physics of solids and materials science on mechanical properties of metals with as much continuity as is possible. Particular emphasis has been placed in atomistic and fractal approaches and continuum theory of dislocations is also introduced. Since the book is meant for the two main topics of progress in recent years, some interesting and important topics which have not been discussed or introduced are given in detail.For a long time, pair potentials were used very expensively in simulation studies. They can reproduce usefully total energies for many systems. But when one turns to elastic properties, fracture of surfaces, and the vacancy formation energy, deficiencies and limitations begin to emerge. These limitations of the simple pair potential approximation have been addressed by the development of empirical manybody potentials which is the major theme of our book.Over a decade or more, diverse scientists have recognized that many of the structures common in their experiments have a special kind of geometrical complexity. The key to this progress is the recognition that many random structures obey a symmetry that objects look the same on many different scales of observation. The concept of fractals was introduced by Mandelbrot and applied to fractures by himself and collaborators. Their work pointed to a correlation between toughness and the fractal dimension. Our interest is the fractal aspects of fractured surfaces. We will discuss more in our book.The strain field of a dislocation has a long range part and this part can be discussed rigorously from elasticity theory. Recent progress in elastic strain fields and dislocation mobility were made by Indenbom and Lothe. The elementary essentials will be introduced in our book
12 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in English and held by 1,770 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The book is intended to describe the basic and newly developed elements of the physics of solids and materials science on mechanical properties of metals with as much continuity as is possible. Particular emphasis has been placed in atomistic and fractal approaches and continuum theory of dislocations is also introduced. Since the book is meant for the two main topics of progress in recent years, some interesting and important topics which have not been discussed or introduced are given in detail.For a long time, pair potentials were used very expensively in simulation studies. They can reproduce usefully total energies for many systems. But when one turns to elastic properties, fracture of surfaces, and the vacancy formation energy, deficiencies and limitations begin to emerge. These limitations of the simple pair potential approximation have been addressed by the development of empirical manybody potentials which is the major theme of our book.Over a decade or more, diverse scientists have recognized that many of the structures common in their experiments have a special kind of geometrical complexity. The key to this progress is the recognition that many random structures obey a symmetry that objects look the same on many different scales of observation. The concept of fractals was introduced by Mandelbrot and applied to fractures by himself and collaborators. Their work pointed to a correlation between toughness and the fractal dimension. Our interest is the fractal aspects of fractured surfaces. We will discuss more in our book.The strain field of a dislocation has a long range part and this part can be discussed rigorously from elasticity theory. Recent progress in elastic strain fields and dislocation mobility were made by Indenbom and Lothe. The elementary essentials will be introduced in our book
Introduction to liquid state physics by
Norman H March(
)
21 editions published between 2002 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 990 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
21 editions published between 2002 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 990 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Liquid metals : concepts and theory by
Norman H March(
)
22 editions published between 1990 and 2014 in English and held by 942 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Explains the concepts needed to understand the properties of liquid metals
22 editions published between 1990 and 2014 in English and held by 942 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Explains the concepts needed to understand the properties of liquid metals
Manybody theory of molecules, clusters, and condensed phases(
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10 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 897 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This book provides a comprehensive review of seminal as well as recent results in the theory of condensed phases, including liquid metals, quantum liquids and Wigner crystals, along with selected applications, especially in the physical chemistry of molecules and clusters. A large part of this work is dedicated to the ThomasFermi semiclassical approximation for molecules and condensed phases, and its extension to inhomogeneous electron liquids and liquid metals. Correlation effects in quantum liquids and Wigner crystallization are other areas of focus of this work, with an emphasis towards the effect of low dimensionality and magnetic fields. The volume is a collection of reprints by N.H. March and collaborators over five decades."Jacket
10 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 897 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"This book provides a comprehensive review of seminal as well as recent results in the theory of condensed phases, including liquid metals, quantum liquids and Wigner crystals, along with selected applications, especially in the physical chemistry of molecules and clusters. A large part of this work is dedicated to the ThomasFermi semiclassical approximation for molecules and condensed phases, and its extension to inhomogeneous electron liquids and liquid metals. Correlation effects in quantum liquids and Wigner crystallization are other areas of focus of this work, with an emphasis towards the effect of low dimensionality and magnetic fields. The volume is a collection of reprints by N.H. March and collaborators over five decades."Jacket
Electron correlation in the solid state by
Norman H March(
)
11 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 711 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
11 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 711 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The manybody problem in quantum mechanics by
Norman H March(
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31 editions published between 1966 and 1995 in English and held by 617 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
31 editions published between 1966 and 1995 in English and held by 617 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Chemical physics of free molecules by
Norman H March(
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13 editions published between 1993 and 2013 in English and held by 531 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In this introductory chemical physics textbook, the authors discuss the interactions, bonding, electron density, and experimental techniques of free molecules, and apply spectroscopic methods to determine molecular parameters, dynamics, and chemical reactions
13 editions published between 1993 and 2013 in English and held by 531 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In this introductory chemical physics textbook, the authors discuss the interactions, bonding, electron density, and experimental techniques of free molecules, and apply spectroscopic methods to determine molecular parameters, dynamics, and chemical reactions
Liquid metals by
Norman H March(
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18 editions published between 1968 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 486 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
18 editions published between 1968 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 486 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Theoretical solid state physics by
William Jones(
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6 editions published between 1973 and 1985 in English and held by 441 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
6 editions published between 1973 and 1985 in English and held by 441 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Selfconsistent fields in atoms; Hartree and ThomasFermi atoms by
Norman H March(
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18 editions published between 1974 and 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 439 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
SelfConsistent Fields in Atoms: Hartree and ThomasFermi Atoms covers the various aspects of atomic properties, including energy levels, binding energies, Xray scattering activity, and magnetic properties. This book emphasizes the Hartree field concept. This book is organized into two parts encompassing 13 chapters. Part I examines first the concepts of central field wave functions and angular momentum operators. This part also deals with the concept of selfconsistent field, ThomasFermi atom, energies of atoms and ions, and other atomic properties. The electronelectron correlation and the
18 editions published between 1974 and 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 439 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
SelfConsistent Fields in Atoms: Hartree and ThomasFermi Atoms covers the various aspects of atomic properties, including energy levels, binding energies, Xray scattering activity, and magnetic properties. This book emphasizes the Hartree field concept. This book is organized into two parts encompassing 13 chapters. Part I examines first the concepts of central field wave functions and angular momentum operators. This part also deals with the concept of selfconsistent field, ThomasFermi atom, energies of atoms and ions, and other atomic properties. The electronelectron correlation and the
Theory of the inhomogeneous electron gas by
Stig Lundqvist(
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13 editions published between 1983 and 2013 in English and held by 393 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The theory of the inhomogeneous electron gas had its origin in the Thomas Fermi statistical theory, which is discussed in the first chapter of this book. This already leads to significant physical results for the binding energies of atomic ions, though because it leaves out shell structure the results of such a theory cannot reflect the richness of the Periodic Table. Therefore, for a long time, the earlier method proposed by Hartree, in which each electron is assigned its own personal wave function and energy, dominated atomic theory. The extension of the Hartree theory by Fock, to include exchange, had its parallel in the density description when Dirac showed how to incorporate exchange in the ThomasFermi theory. Considerably later, in 1951, Slater, in an important paper, showed how a result similar to but not identical with that of Dirac followed as a simplification of the HartreeFock method. It was Gombas and other workers who recognized that one could also incorporate electron correlation consistently into the ThomasFermiDirac theory by using uniform electron gas relations locally, and progress had been made along all these avenues by the 1950s
13 editions published between 1983 and 2013 in English and held by 393 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The theory of the inhomogeneous electron gas had its origin in the Thomas Fermi statistical theory, which is discussed in the first chapter of this book. This already leads to significant physical results for the binding energies of atomic ions, though because it leaves out shell structure the results of such a theory cannot reflect the richness of the Periodic Table. Therefore, for a long time, the earlier method proposed by Hartree, in which each electron is assigned its own personal wave function and energy, dominated atomic theory. The extension of the Hartree theory by Fock, to include exchange, had its parallel in the density description when Dirac showed how to incorporate exchange in the ThomasFermi theory. Considerably later, in 1951, Slater, in an important paper, showed how a result similar to but not identical with that of Dirac followed as a simplification of the HartreeFock method. It was Gombas and other workers who recognized that one could also incorporate electron correlation consistently into the ThomasFermiDirac theory by using uniform electron gas relations locally, and progress had been made along all these avenues by the 1950s
Atomic dynamics in liquids by
Norman H March(
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28 editions published between 1976 and 1991 in 3 languages and held by 354 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
28 editions published between 1976 and 1991 in 3 languages and held by 354 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Order and chaos in nonlinear physical systems by
Stig Lundqvist(
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12 editions published between 1988 and 2013 in English and held by 352 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This volume is concerned with the theoretical description of patterns and instabilities and their relevance to physics, chemistry, and biology. More specifically, the theme of the work is the theory of nonlinear physical systems with emphasis on the mechanisms leading to the appearance of regular patterns of ordered behavior and chaotic patterns of stochastic behavior. The aim is to present basic concepts and current problems from a variety of points of view. In spite of the emphasis on concepts, some effort has been made to bring together experimental observations and theoretical mechanisms to provide a basic understanding of the aspects of the behavior of nonlinear systems which have a measure of generality. Chaos theory has become a real challenge to physicists with very different interests and also in many other disciplines, of which astronomy, chemistry, medicine, meteorology, economics, and social theory are already embraced at the time of writing. The study of chaosrelated phenomena has a truly interdisciplinary charac ter and makes use of important concepts and methods from other disciplines. As one important example, for the description of chaotic structures the branch of mathematics called fractal geometry (associated particularly with the name of Mandelbrot) has proved invaluable. For the discussion of the richness of ordered structures which appear, one relies on the theory of pattern recognition. It is relevant to mention that, to date, computer studies have greatly aided the analysis of theoretical models describing chaos
12 editions published between 1988 and 2013 in English and held by 352 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This volume is concerned with the theoretical description of patterns and instabilities and their relevance to physics, chemistry, and biology. More specifically, the theme of the work is the theory of nonlinear physical systems with emphasis on the mechanisms leading to the appearance of regular patterns of ordered behavior and chaotic patterns of stochastic behavior. The aim is to present basic concepts and current problems from a variety of points of view. In spite of the emphasis on concepts, some effort has been made to bring together experimental observations and theoretical mechanisms to provide a basic understanding of the aspects of the behavior of nonlinear systems which have a measure of generality. Chaos theory has become a real challenge to physicists with very different interests and also in many other disciplines, of which astronomy, chemistry, medicine, meteorology, economics, and social theory are already embraced at the time of writing. The study of chaosrelated phenomena has a truly interdisciplinary charac ter and makes use of important concepts and methods from other disciplines. As one important example, for the description of chaotic structures the branch of mathematics called fractal geometry (associated particularly with the name of Mandelbrot) has proved invaluable. For the discussion of the richness of ordered structures which appear, one relies on the theory of pattern recognition. It is relevant to mention that, to date, computer studies have greatly aided the analysis of theoretical models describing chaos
Chemical bonds outside metal surfaces by
Norman H March(
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14 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 347 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The problem of molecules interacting with metal surfaces has for a very long time been recognized to be of considerable technological as well as fundamental importance. Thus in the former category, a substantial number of important synthetic reactions for industrial purposes make use of metal surfaces as catalysts. Or again, problems of corrosion of metals are of great practical importance, such as in nuclearreactor technology [see, for instance, my earlier articles, in: Physics Bulletin, Volume 25, p. 582, Institute of Physics, UK (1974); and in: Physics and Contemporqry Needs (Riazuddin, ed.), Vol. 1, p. 53, Plenum Press, New York (1977)]. It is therefore of significance to strive to gain a more fundamental understand ing of the atomic, and ultimately the electronic, processes that occur when a molecule is brought into the proximity of a metal surface. The present volume focuses mainly on the theory and concepts involved; however, it is intended for readers in chemistry, physics, and materials science who are not specialists in theory but nevertheless wish to learn more about this truly interdisciplinary area of theoretical science. The aim of the book is to present the way in which valence theory can be synthesized with the understanding of metals that has been gained over the last half century or so. While advanced theory has at times been necessary, is largely presented in an extensive set of Appendixes
14 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 347 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The problem of molecules interacting with metal surfaces has for a very long time been recognized to be of considerable technological as well as fundamental importance. Thus in the former category, a substantial number of important synthetic reactions for industrial purposes make use of metal surfaces as catalysts. Or again, problems of corrosion of metals are of great practical importance, such as in nuclearreactor technology [see, for instance, my earlier articles, in: Physics Bulletin, Volume 25, p. 582, Institute of Physics, UK (1974); and in: Physics and Contemporqry Needs (Riazuddin, ed.), Vol. 1, p. 53, Plenum Press, New York (1977)]. It is therefore of significance to strive to gain a more fundamental understand ing of the atomic, and ultimately the electronic, processes that occur when a molecule is brought into the proximity of a metal surface. The present volume focuses mainly on the theory and concepts involved; however, it is intended for readers in chemistry, physics, and materials science who are not specialists in theory but nevertheless wish to learn more about this truly interdisciplinary area of theoretical science. The aim of the book is to present the way in which valence theory can be synthesized with the understanding of metals that has been gained over the last half century or so. While advanced theory has at times been necessary, is largely presented in an extensive set of Appendixes
Amorphous solids and the liquid state by
Norman H March(
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14 editions published between 1985 and 2013 in English and held by 343 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book has its origins in the 1982 Spring College held at the Interna tional Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste. The primary aim is to give a broad coverage of liquids and amorphous solids, at a level suitable for graduate students and research workers in condensedmatter physics, physical chemistry, and materials science. The book is intended for experimental workers with interests in the basic theory. While the topics covered are many, it was planned to place special emphasis on both static structure and dynamics, including electronic transport. This emphasis is evident from the rather complete coverage of the determination of static structure from both diffraction experiments and, for amorphous solids especially, from model building. The theory of the structure of liquids and liquid mixtures is then dealt with from the standpoint of, first, basic statistical mechanics and, subsequently, pair potentials constructed from the electron theory of simple metals and their alloys. The discussion of static structure is completed in two chapters with rather different emphases on liquid surfaces and interfaces. The first deals with the basic statistical mechanics of neutral and charged interfaces, while the second is concerned with solvation and doublelayer effects. Dynamic structure is introduced by a comprehensive discussion of singleparticle motion in liquids. This is followed by the structure and dynamics of charged fluids, where again much basic statistical mechanics is developed
14 editions published between 1985 and 2013 in English and held by 343 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book has its origins in the 1982 Spring College held at the Interna tional Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste. The primary aim is to give a broad coverage of liquids and amorphous solids, at a level suitable for graduate students and research workers in condensedmatter physics, physical chemistry, and materials science. The book is intended for experimental workers with interests in the basic theory. While the topics covered are many, it was planned to place special emphasis on both static structure and dynamics, including electronic transport. This emphasis is evident from the rather complete coverage of the determination of static structure from both diffraction experiments and, for amorphous solids especially, from model building. The theory of the structure of liquids and liquid mixtures is then dealt with from the standpoint of, first, basic statistical mechanics and, subsequently, pair potentials constructed from the electron theory of simple metals and their alloys. The discussion of static structure is completed in two chapters with rather different emphases on liquid surfaces and interfaces. The first deals with the basic statistical mechanics of neutral and charged interfaces, while the second is concerned with solvation and doublelayer effects. Dynamic structure is introduced by a comprehensive discussion of singleparticle motion in liquids. This is followed by the structure and dynamics of charged fluids, where again much basic statistical mechanics is developed
Electrons in metals and alloys by
J. A Alonso(
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19 editions published between 1989 and 2014 in English and held by 339 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is a broad review of the electronic structure of metals and alloys. It emphasises the way in which the behavior of electrons in these materials governs the thermodynamic and other properties of these conducting materials. The theoretical treatment proceeds from a wave mechanics approach to more sophisticated techniques for the description of the properties of metals and alloys
19 editions published between 1989 and 2014 in English and held by 339 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is a broad review of the electronic structure of metals and alloys. It emphasises the way in which the behavior of electrons in these materials governs the thermodynamic and other properties of these conducting materials. The theoretical treatment proceeds from a wave mechanics approach to more sophisticated techniques for the description of the properties of metals and alloys
Collective effects in solids and liquids by
Norman H March(
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13 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 329 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
13 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 329 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Orbital theories of molecules and solids by
Norman H March(
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14 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
14 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Polymers, liquid crystals, and lowdimensional solids by
Norman H March(
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16 editions published between 1984 and 1985 in English and held by 304 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Polymers. Introduction to polymeric structure and polymers. Cristallinity and kinetics of crystallization. The basic crystal unit. Other classes of crystallization. Hierarchical nature of macromolecular structure. Influence of processing on polymeric materials. Liquid crystals. Structural classification of thermotropic liquid crystals. Nematic liquid crystals. Cholesteric liquid crystals. Smectic liquid crystals. Optical applications of liquid crystals. Lowdimensional solids. Chemical bonding. Phase transitions and dimensionality. Manyelectron effects. Space charge layers. Superconductivity via electronphonon and electronexciton interactions. Special topics. Biopolymer electronic phenomena. Topological defects and disordered systems
16 editions published between 1984 and 1985 in English and held by 304 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Polymers. Introduction to polymeric structure and polymers. Cristallinity and kinetics of crystallization. The basic crystal unit. Other classes of crystallization. Hierarchical nature of macromolecular structure. Influence of processing on polymeric materials. Liquid crystals. Structural classification of thermotropic liquid crystals. Nematic liquid crystals. Cholesteric liquid crystals. Smectic liquid crystals. Optical applications of liquid crystals. Lowdimensional solids. Chemical bonding. Phase transitions and dimensionality. Manyelectron effects. Space charge layers. Superconductivity via electronphonon and electronexciton interactions. Special topics. Biopolymer electronic phenomena. Topological defects and disordered systems
Interaction of atoms and molecules with solid surfaces by
V Bortolani(
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14 editions published between 1990 and 2013 in English and held by 300 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
There is considerable interest, both fundamental and technological, in the way atoms and molecules interact with solid surfaces. Thus the description of heterogeneous catalysis and other surface reactions requires a detailed understand ing of moleculesurface interactions. The primary aim of this volume is to provide fairly broad coverage of atoms and molecules in interaction with a variety of solid surfaces at a level suitable for graduate students and research workers in condensed matter physics, chemical physics, and materials science. The book is intended for experimental workers with interests in basic theory and concepts and had its origins in a Spring College held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste. Valuable background reading can be found in the graduateIevel introduction to the physics of solid surfaces by ZangwilI(1) and in the earlier works by Garcia Moliner and F1ores(2) and Somorjai.(3) For specifically moleculesurface interac tions, additional background can be found in Rhodin and Ertl(4) and March.(S) V. Bortolani N.H. March M.P. Tosi References 1. A. Zangwill, Physics at Surfaces, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1988). 2. F. GarciaMoliner and F. Flores, Introduction to the Theory of Solid Surfaces, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1979). 3. G.A. Somorjai, Chemistry in Two Dimensions: Surfaces, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York (1981). 4. T.N. Rhodin and G. Erd, The Nature of the Surface Chemical Bond, NorthHolland, Amsterdam (1979). 5. N.H. March, Chemical Bonds outside Metal Surfaces, Plenum Press, New York (1986)
14 editions published between 1990 and 2013 in English and held by 300 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
There is considerable interest, both fundamental and technological, in the way atoms and molecules interact with solid surfaces. Thus the description of heterogeneous catalysis and other surface reactions requires a detailed understand ing of moleculesurface interactions. The primary aim of this volume is to provide fairly broad coverage of atoms and molecules in interaction with a variety of solid surfaces at a level suitable for graduate students and research workers in condensed matter physics, chemical physics, and materials science. The book is intended for experimental workers with interests in basic theory and concepts and had its origins in a Spring College held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste. Valuable background reading can be found in the graduateIevel introduction to the physics of solid surfaces by ZangwilI(1) and in the earlier works by Garcia Moliner and F1ores(2) and Somorjai.(3) For specifically moleculesurface interac tions, additional background can be found in Rhodin and Ertl(4) and March.(S) V. Bortolani N.H. March M.P. Tosi References 1. A. Zangwill, Physics at Surfaces, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1988). 2. F. GarciaMoliner and F. Flores, Introduction to the Theory of Solid Surfaces, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1979). 3. G.A. Somorjai, Chemistry in Two Dimensions: Surfaces, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York (1981). 4. T.N. Rhodin and G. Erd, The Nature of the Surface Chemical Bond, NorthHolland, Amsterdam (1979). 5. N.H. March, Chemical Bonds outside Metal Surfaces, Plenum Press, New York (1986)
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Alloys Amorphous substances Atomic structure Atoms AtomsMathematical models Chaotic behavior in systems Chemical bonds Chemistry Collective excitations Condensed matter Crystallography Electron configuration Electron gas Electrons Energyband theory of solids Fluid dynamics Free electron theory of metals Free molecules HartreeFock approximation Hydrodynamics Intermolecular forces Liquid crystals Liquid metals Liquids Manybody problem MatterProperties Metals MetalsElectric properties MetalsMechanical properties MetalsSurfaces Microclusters Molecular orbitals Molecular structure Molecules Nonlinear systems Nonlinear theories Nuclear physics Orderdisorder models Phase transformations (Statistical physics) Physics Polymers Quantum theory Selfconsistent field theory Solids Solid state physics Statistical mechanics Surface chemistry Surfaces (Physics) Thermodynamics ThomasFermi theory
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