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Preface. 1. Hopping conduction in the critical regime approaching the metal-insulator transition (T.G. Castner). 2. Hopping in band tails far from equilibrium (D. Monroe). 3. Non-Ohmic microwave hopping conductivity (Yu.M. Galperin, V.L. Gurevich and D.A. Parshin). 4. Thermal conduction due to hopping processes in amorphous solids (A. Jagannathan, R. Orbach and O. Entin-Wohlman). 5. The hopping thermopower (I.P. Zvyagin). 6. Slow processes in disordered solids (M. Pollak and A. Hunt). 7. Hopping conductivity in the intermediate frequency regime (A.R. Long). 8. Hopping in mesoscopic samples (A.B. Fowler, J.J. Wainer and R.A. Webb). 9. Scattering and interference effects in variable range hopping conduction (B.I. Shklovskii and B.Z. Spivak). 10. Hopping conduction in III-V compounds (R. Mansfield). 11. Hopping conduction in electrically conducting polymers (S. Roth). 12. Hopping conduction in heavily doped semiconductors (A.N. Ionov and I.S. Shlimak). Author index. Subject index. Cumulative index.
The hopping process, which differs substantially from conventional transport processes in crystals, is the central process in the transport phenomena discussed in this book. Throughout the book the term ``hopping'' is defined as the inelastic tunneling transfer of an electron between two localized electronic states centered at different locations. Such processes do not occur in conventional electronic transport in solids, since localized states are not compatible with the translational symmetry of crystals.
The rapid growth of interest in hopping transport has followed in the footsteps of the development of physics of disordered systems during the last three decades. The intense interest in disordered solids can be attributed to the technological potential of the new noncrystalline materials, as well as to new fundamental problems discovered in solid state physics when a crystal is no longer translationally symmetric.
In the last decade hopping systems such as organic polymers, biological materials, many oxide glasses, mesoscopic systems, and the new high-temperature superconducting materials in their normal state have attracted much interest. New phenomena investigated recently include interference and coherent scattering in variable range hopping conduction, mesoscopic effects, relaxation processes and thermo-electric power, and thermal conductivity caused by hopping transport. This volume presents the reader with a thorough overview of these recent developments, written by leading experts in the various fields.
- © North Holland 1991
- 26th July 1991
- North Holland
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