Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids: Proceedings of the Seventh Europhysical Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials Eurodim 94, Lyon 1 - University July 5-8, 1994. Part II. Volume 135, Numbers 1-4.
LYON UNIV (FRANCE)
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Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids publishes experimental and theoretical papers of both a fundamental and applied nature that contribute to the understanding of either phenomena induced by the interaction of radiation with condensed matter or defects in solids introduced not only by radiation but also by other processes. Papers are categorized in three groups. Section A Radiation Effects - Suitable topics include, but are limited to, atomic collisions, radiation induced atomic and molecular processes in solids, the stopping and range of ions and radiation damage, sputtering and fluxing in solids, radiation induced transport phenomena and the role of defects and impurities introduced by radiation. Papers in ion implantation in metals and semiconductors as well as on radiation effects in insulators and superconductors, in fusion and fission devices and in space research are considered. Studies on fission tracks. isotope dating and ion beam analytic techniques are also welcome. Section B Crystal Lattice Defects and Amorphous Materials - Topics covered include atomic and electronic properties of defects, influence of defects on lattice properties and processes, the lattice defect approach to solid state reactions such as clustering, precipitation, laser annealing and the role of impurities, the defects dynamics in a non-steady state such as under particle or electromagnetic irradiation or during a rapid temperature change and problems associated with the metastable nature of amorphous materials. Section C Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids Express - This section is available separately on subscription and presents significant short notes and communications in form from the above fields for the fastest possible publication.
- Solid State Physics
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy