Isotopes in Condensed Matter

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 10, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 290 pages
This book provides a concise introduction to the newly created sub-discipline of solid state physics isotopetronics. The role of isotopes in materials and their properties are describe in this book. The problem of the enigma of the atomic mass in microphysics is briefly discussed. The range of the applications of isotopes is wide: from biochemical process in living organisms to modern technical applications in quantum information. Isotopetronics promises to improve nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices. With numerous illustrations this book is useful to researchers, engineers and graduate students.

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1 Introduction
2 SubNucleonic Structure and the Modern Picture of Isotopes
3 Early Spectroscopic Studies of Isotopes
4 Isotopes in Solids
5 Effects Related to Isotopic Disorder in Solids
6 Traditional Application of Stable and Radioactive Isotopes

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About the author (2012)

2002 Head of Department of Mathematics and Physics in Computer Science College
2001 Professor of Mathematics in Computer Science College.
1982 Full Professor in Institute of Physics of the Estonian Academy of Sciences (IPEAS).
1994-1995: Scientific Director of CSC.
1993-1994: Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics, International University (IU), Tallin, Estonia
1992-1994: Professor of Applied Mathematics (IU)
Discovered the isotope effect of exciton binding energy (Wannier-Mott exciton model), experimental evidence of self-trapped electrons and quantum diffusion of Vk center in insulators as well as the effect of the isotope disorder on the phonon and exciton states