Exotic Atoms in Condensed Matter: Proceedings of the Erice Workshop at the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Italy, May 19 – 25, 1990
Giorgio Benedek, Hubert Schneuwly
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1992 - Science - 307 pages
"Exotic Atoms in Condensed Matter" reviews the state of the art in this field, from meson factories to the basic interactions of muons in condensed matter. The application of muon- and pion-based analysis of solid state structural, magnetic and superconducting properties is discussed. The spectroscopic features of exotic atoms are reviewed together with their application to chemical analysis. Also, muon-catalyzed fusion is presented.
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