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Relaxation Phenomena in Condensed Matter, Volume 87

Relaxation Phenomena in Condensed Matter, Volume 87

William T. Coffey (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-14146-5

Mar 2007

784 pages

Select type: O-Book


Russian contributors provide a synthesis of ideas drawn from dielectric, magnetic and elastic relaxation. Divided into three sections, the book commences with dielectric and related processes in simple liquids. Part two deals with the structure and dielectric relaxation of aqueous solutions. Lastly, it addresses magnetic and dielectric relaxation in liquid crystals and elastic relaxation in orientable polymers.
Theory of the Dynamic Susceptibility of Magnetic Fluids (M. Shliomis & V. Stepanov).

A Semiclassical Theory of Dielectric Relaxation and Absorption: Memory Function Approach to Extended Rotational Diffusion Models of Molecular Reorientations in Fluids (Y. Kalmykov & S. Titov).

The Complex Susceptibility of a Liberating Dipole an Axially Symmetric Potential Well (V. Gaiduk & B. Tseitlin).

Structure and Structure-Sensitive Properties of Aqueous Solutions of Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes (A. Lyashchenko).

Far-Infrared and Low-Frequency Raman Spectra of Condensed Media (T. Perova).

Millimeter Absorption Spectroscopy of Aqueous Systems (Y. Khurgin, et al.).

Relaxation Phenomena of Magnetic Excitations in Ferromagnetic Media (S. Nikitov).

The Effective Field Method in the Orientational Kinetics of Magnetic Fluids and Liquid Crystals (Y. Raikher & M. Shliomis).