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Structures on Different Time Scales

Volume 1

Ed. by Woike, Theo / Schaniel, Dominik

With contrib. by Blaha, Peter / Neder, Reinhard / Olevano, Valerio / Patterson, Bruce D. / Pillet, Sebastien / Schwarz, Karlheinz

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    Publication Date:
    March 2018
    Copyright year:
    2018
    ISBN
    978-3-11-043392-0
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    Overview

    • First coherent presentation of time-resolved structure analysis from statics to femtoseconds
    • Discussing almost all dynamic processes in condensed matters

    Aims and Scope

    Volume 1 of this work presents theory and methods to study the structure of condensed matter on different time scales. The authors cover the structure analysis by X-ray diffraction methods from crystalline to amorphous materials, from static-relaxed averaged structures to short-lived electronically excited structures, including detailed descriptions of the time-resolved experimental methods. Complementary, an overview of the theoretical description of condensed matter by static and time-dependent density functional theory is given, starting from the fundamental quantities that can be obtained by these methods through to the recent challenges in the description of time dependent phenomena such as optical excitations.

    Contents
    Static structural analysis of condensed matter: from single-crystal to amorphous
    DFT calculations of solids in the ground state
    TDDFT, excitations, and spectroscopy
    Time-resolved structural analysis: probing condensed matter in motion
    Ultrafast science

    Details

    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    x, 272 pages
    60 Fig. 30 Tables
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph
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    Theo Woike, Technical University Dresden Germany; Dominik Schaniel, Université de Lorraine, France.

    Reviews

    "The book is well structured and the content of the different chapters sufficiently distinct and complementary. For newcomers in the field, the book offers a highly tutorial introduction to concepts and methods, augmented by a selection of recent prototypical results of research. The combination of theoretical and experimental chapters is convincing and makes use of consistent definitions of physical quantities and mathematical symbols. [...] the book conveys important knowledge to a broad audience and provides a very good introduction to an exciting new field of X-ray science."
    Thomas Elsaesser in: Journal of Applied Crystalography 52 (2019), 1-2

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