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Description The cluster which is an ensemble of two thousands of atoms or molecules, has emerged as a completely new class of materials at the frontier of materials science. The frontier of cluster science extends so rapidly that the map of the science is renewed day by day. In order to provide basic knowledge and recent information on this growing field, 14 world-renowned scientists who are actively involved experimentally and theoretically in cluster science have written this book, which is concise, comprehensive, suitable for students at both the undergraduate and the graduate level, as well as people who work outside cluster science.
ISBN 13: 9789810238933
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June 16 - 21, Chair Peter Lievens. Vice Chair Beatriz Roldan Cuenya. Contact Chairs.
 Dynamics of clusters and fragments in heavy-ion collisions
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Theoretical Studies of Structural and Electronic Properties of Clusters
Paul Scheier University of Innsbruck, Austria. Gerd Gantefoer University of Konstanz, Germany.
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