Defects and defect processes in nonmetallic solids

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Wiley, 1985 - Science - 472 pages
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Defects and Defect Processes in Nonmetallic Solids covers both crystalline and amorphous materials and discusses the significance of defects in metal-insulator transitions, intercalates, and polymers. Numerous illustrations (many created expressly for this book) and tables supplement the text, providing students and researchers in science, chemistry, physics, optics, and electrical engineering with a background in device development and defects in solid states. Book jacket.

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ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES 1
44
INTERATOMIC FORCES AND ATOMIC
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William Hayes is Chariman of the Division of Teacher Education at Roberts Wesleyan College.

Stoneham, AEA Industrial Technology and University College, London.

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