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- Introduction with brief review of Experimental techniques
2. ab initio theoretical techniques
3. Alkali Metals
4. Alkaline earth metals
5. Transition metals
6. Group III elements
7. Group IV elements
8. Group V elements
9. Group VI elements
10. Group VII elements
11. Group VIII elements
12. Overview and future prospects
High Pressure Structural Phase Transitions in Solids presents theoretical high pressure activity from an ab initio electronic structure point-of-view. The book provides all available experimental and theoretical data, including unpublished theoretical data that shows how structural phase transitions take place at very high pressure as well as predicted phase transitions using theory under extreme conditions. This book will be appealing to a very broad audience, including those in condensed matter physics, materials science and geophysics. In addition, experimentalists, theorists, basic scientists, applied scientists, and scientists and technologists working at the interface of basic and applied science will find the content updated and refreshing.
- Covers topics that will be appealing to those in condensed matter physics, materials science, technology, geophysics, experimentalists and theorists, basic scientists, applied scientists, and scientists and technologists working at the interface of basic and applied science
- Presents theoretical high pressure activity from an ab initio electronic structure point-of-view
- Includes updates on very important issues in the field of high pressure material science
- Provides a unique approach that it is written by a theoretician working with experimentalists
Researchers and Graduates (theory and experiment): Basic & Applied Condensed Matter Physics; Chemistry; Materials S&T; Geoscience; Bioscience
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st November 2020
- Hardcover ISBN:
Professor Ahuja is highly cited and one of the world-leading scientists working on the theoretical studies of phase transformation in different classes of the materials.
Condensed Matter Theory Group, Physics Department, Uppsala University, Sweden
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