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Inhaltsangabe: The expansion of the application of ferroelectric crystals in engineering as well as of a number of fundamental problems of solid-state physics, which have not yet been solved and which bear a direct relation to ferro electricity, has lately stimulated much interest in the problem of ferroelectricity. In courses of solid-state physics ferroelectricity is studied today along with traditional disciplines, such as magnetism, superconductivity, and 'semiconducting phe nomena. Moreover, new specialities have been born concerned directly with the development and utilization of ferroelectric material~ in optics, acous tics, computer technology, and capacitor engineering. Special courses in the physics of ferroelectrics are read in a number of colleges and universities. The study of the nature of ferro electricity has currently reached such a level of development that we may speak of having gained a rather deep insight into the physical essence of a number of phenomena, which contribute to the generation of a spontaneous electric polarization in crystals. It is exactly at this level that it has become possible to single out that part of the problem, the physical picture of which can be depicted in a rather unsophisticated manner and which is the foundation for the construction of a building of "complete understanding".
Inhaltsangabe: This book is a response to an evident demand for a university textbook on ferroelectricity. The authors discuss the current understanding of the physical nature of ferroelectric phenomena in a consistent and logical form using both phenomenological and microscopic approaches. They present not a descriptive but a conceptual view on the phenomenon and its position in the framework of the more general problem of structural phase transitions. Moreover, the book provides a basis for better understanding of the structural phase transitions themselves. The book is self-sufficient and the level is appropriate for students who seek a deeper understanding of ferroelectric phenomena in dielectrics.
Buchbeschreibung Springer, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1998. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: Good. ex-lib w/usual markings, GOOD hardcover, no marks in text, strong binding; a very solid copy. Ex-Library. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 094236
Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: D'occasion - Très bon état. FERROELECTRIC PHENOMENA IN CRYSTALS. : Physical foundations | Strukov / Levanyuk | Springer, 1998, in-8 cartonnage éditeur, 308 pages. Couverture propre. Dos solide. Intérieur frais. Exemplaire de bibliothèque : petit code barre en pied de 1re de couv., cotation au dos, rares et discrets petits tampons à l'intérieur de l'ouvrage. Bel état ! [BT37+]. Buchnummer des Verkäufers D1-JIZ8-VZ00
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