Computational Studies of New Materials II: From Ultrafast Processes and Nanostructures to Optoelectronics, Energy Storage and Nanomedicine
Computational Studies of New Materials was published by World Scientific in 1999 and edited by Daniel Jelski and Thomas F George. Much has happened during the past decade. Advances have been made on the same materials discussed in the 1999 book, including fullerenes, polymers and nonlinear optical processes in materials, which are presented in this 2010 book. In addition, different materials and topics are comprehensively covered, including nanomedicine, hydrogen storage materials, ultrafast laser processes, magnetization and light-emitting diodes.
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Nanostructures Fabrication and Characterization László Nánai Zsolt I Benk Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
2 Nanoscale Materials in Strong Ultrashort Laser Fields Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
3 Exciting Infrared Normal Modes in C60 by an Ultrafast Laser Guoping Zhang and Thomas F George
4 SelfInteractionFree TimeDependent Density Functional Theoretical Approaches for Probing Atomic and Molecular Multiphoton Processes in Intens...
5 Nanomaterials in Nanomedicine Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
6 New Dynamic Modes for Selective Laser Cancer Nanotherapy Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
7 New Direct Inhibitors and Their Computed Effect on the Dynamics of Thrombin Formation in Blood Coagulation Liliana Braescu Marius Leretter ...
8 Laser Ablation of Biological Tissue by Short and Ultrashort Pulses Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
Nanostructuring Doping and MolecularOxide Interactions Letizia Chiodo Juan Maria GarciáLastra Duncan John Mowbray Amilcare Iacomino and A...
13 Computational Studies of Tailored NegativeIndex Metamaterials and Microdevices Alexander K Popov and Thomas F George
14 Nanoscale Resolution in the Near and Far Field Intensity Profile of Optical Dipole Radiation Xin Li Henk F Arnoldus and Jie Shu
15 LaserInduced Femtosecond Magnetism Guoping Zhang and Thomas F George
16 GasDispersed Materials as an Active Medium of Chemical Lasers Renat R Letfullin and Thomas F George
17 Transport Coefficients in 3He4He Mixtures SahngKyoon Yoo ChungIn Um and Thomas F George
18 Computational Discovery of New Hydrogen Storage Compounds Eric Majzoub
Applications to Protein Kinase and Phosphatase Systems Zunnan Huang and Chung F Wong
10 Spin Valves in Conjugated Polymeric LightEmitting Diodes Sheng Li GuoPing Tong and Thomas F George
11 Optical Properties of Wurtzite ZnOBased Quantum Well Structures with Piezoelectric and Spontaneous Polarizations SeoungHwan Park Doyeol A...
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