# Browse by Subject "Physics, Condensed Matter"

• (1974)

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• (1994)
The author reports on a study of the magnetic properties of the cuprate superconductors in both the normal and superconducting states. The magnetic properties are studied by making comparison to the results of nuclear ...

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• (1989)
The effects of a random component of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy on the magnetic properties and critical behavior of DyAl$\sb2$ have been investigated using bulk magnetic measurements. Randomness in the magnetic ...

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• (1995)
We have studied a series of Nd/Y films and superlattices, grown by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), using neutron, x-ray, and bulk magnetization techniques. These epitaxial Nd/Y systems are the first to be grown and studied ...

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• (1995)
This thesis consists of two parts, in which I consider two very different examples of magnetism in strongly correlated electron systems, the high-T$\sb{c}$ materials and heavy fermions.

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• (1994)
To understand the cause of the giant magnetoresistance effect, we have systematically investigated magnetothermopower, magneto-thermal conductivity and magnetoresistivity in both ferromagnetic/non-magnetic multilayers and ...

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• (1992)
A new approach to the problem of X-ray edge singularities and peaks of many-body origin observed in the optical spectra is presented. We first establish the analogy between a system of one hole interacting with many electrons ...

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• (1995)
The material and device characterization of furnace and rapid thermally annealed (RTA) GaAs/AlGaAs multiple quantum well (MQW) infrared (IR) photodetectors (QWIPs) epitaxially grown on GaAs and Si substrates is presented. ...

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• (1989)
High-precision measurements of third sound velocities in atomically thin $\sp4$He films on Ar, Ne, CO$\sb2$, and H$\sb2$ substrates in the T = OK limit reveal a periodic structure not corresponding to whole layers. We ...

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• (1991)
Two experiments related to 1/f resistance noise will be described in this thesis. The first is measurements of the anelastic piezoresistance in thin films of bismuth, niobium and iron to demonstrate a connection between ...

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• (1993)
Single-crystal Si films have been grown on Si(001)2x1 substrates by UV-photostimulated atomic-layer epitaxy (ALE) from Si$\sb2$H$\sb6.$ The ALE deposition rate R per growth cycle remains constant at 0.43 monolayers (ML), ...

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• (1993)
It has been found that the barrier height lowering observed in reverse-biased Schottky junction is due mainly to the change in electrical potential across the interfacial layer at the metal-semiconductor contact. The voltage ...

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• (1990)
As a typical spin-glass alloy system with diverse controversies on its magnetic properties and atomic arrangements, Au-rich Au-Fe alloys with Fe content from 10.7 to 33at% were studied to clarify their microstructural ...

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• (1991)
The thermodynamic and kinetic behavior of superconducting phases during the crystallization annealing process have been observed and analyzed in crystallized Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O glass samples. The microstructural characteristics ...

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• (1991)
Theoretical modeling of novel semiconductor laser systems, i.e., distributed-feedback (DFB) surface emitting lasers and semiconductor laser arrays, is presented. The DFB surface emitting lasers can produce stable single-mode ...

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• (1996)
Electrical Overstress (EOS) and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) are major causes for integrated circuit (IC) field failures. Industry surveys indicate that nearly 50% of all IC field failures can be attributed to EOS/ESD ...

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• (1992)
Due to the technological importance of quantum well electrooptical modulators in general and, in particular, as building blocks of self-electrooptic effect devices (SEEDs), in this thesis, we have undertaken to create a ...

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• (1967)

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• (1990)
Because of the particular confinement configuration of one-dimensional systems, the absence of angular randomization during scattering makes the carrier distribution sensitive to external perturbations and causes appreciable ...

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