Graphite intercalation compounds II: transport and electronic properties

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Hartmut Zabel, Stuart A. Solin
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Nature - 433 pages
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This book covers the basic physics and materials science of graphite intercalation compounds. The emphasis is on the layered or quasi-two-dimensional structure of these compounds, which provides an exciting arena for testing physical concepts in lower dimensions. The chapters in this second volume, all of which have been written by internationally recognized experts in the field, cover the following topics: the theory of the electronic band structures and their experimental verification by a variety of experimental techniques, transport properties such as superconductivity and thermal conductivity, magnetic properties and phase transitions, and intercalation fibres, including their actual and potential applications. Together with "Volume 14" of the "Springer Series in Materials Science" these reviews provide a comprehensive overview of the current status of the field of two-dimensional physics.

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