Jaffe, Robert L.
Overview
Works:  4 works in 12 publications in 1 language and 311 library holdings 

Genres:  Biography 
Roles:  Editor 
Classifications:  QC482.S3, 539.7222 
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by
Robert L Jaffe
Asymptotic realms of physics : essays in honor of Francis E. Low by
Alan H Guth(
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7 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 267 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
7 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 267 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Xray and neutron reflectivity : principles and applications by
W Beiglböck(
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3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the first comprehensive introduction to Xray and neutron reflectivity techniques and illustrates them with many examples. After a pedagogical introduction on the interaction of Xrays and neutrons with matter, the interplay between the statistics of rough surfaces and interfaces and the scattering of radiation is considered in detail. Specular reflectivity and diffuse scattering are discussed next , in chapters 3 and 4 . The approximations are rigorously introduced and many experimental effects are discussed. The specific aspects of neutron reflectivity require separate treatment, given in chapter 5. Chapter 6 turns to Xray reflectivity by rough multilayers. Eventually, chapter 7 introduces and discusses the by now wellestablished method of grazing incidence small angle Xray scattering to investigate nanostructures. For the second edition, the material has been completely reorganized so as to meet the demand for a modern multiauthor textbook for PhD students and young researchers. All chapters have further been throughly revised, updated and, where appropriate, suitably augmented. The first edition was been published as Lect. Notes Phys. m58 in the same series
3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This book is the first comprehensive introduction to Xray and neutron reflectivity techniques and illustrates them with many examples. After a pedagogical introduction on the interaction of Xrays and neutrons with matter, the interplay between the statistics of rough surfaces and interfaces and the scattering of radiation is considered in detail. Specular reflectivity and diffuse scattering are discussed next , in chapters 3 and 4 . The approximations are rigorously introduced and many experimental effects are discussed. The specific aspects of neutron reflectivity require separate treatment, given in chapter 5. Chapter 6 turns to Xray reflectivity by rough multilayers. Eventually, chapter 7 introduces and discusses the by now wellestablished method of grazing incidence small angle Xray scattering to investigate nanostructures. For the second edition, the material has been completely reorganized so as to meet the demand for a modern multiauthor textbook for PhD students and young researchers. All chapters have further been throughly revised, updated and, where appropriate, suitably augmented. The first edition was been published as Lect. Notes Phys. m58 in the same series
Chiral quark dynamics by
Reinhard Alkofer(
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1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
These notes give an introduction to the description of hadrons, i.e., mesons and baryons, within a quark model based on a chirally invariant quantum field theory. Emphasis is put on a didactic approach intended for graduate students with some background on functional integral techniques. Starting from QCD a motivation of a specific form of the effective quark interaction is given. Functional integral bosonization leads to a theory describing successfully meson properties. It possesses solitonic solutions which are identified as baryons. Via functional integral techniques a Faddeev equation for baryons describing them as bound states of a diquark and a quark is derived. Finally, a unification of these two complementary pictures of baryons is proposed
1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
These notes give an introduction to the description of hadrons, i.e., mesons and baryons, within a quark model based on a chirally invariant quantum field theory. Emphasis is put on a didactic approach intended for graduate students with some background on functional integral techniques. Starting from QCD a motivation of a specific form of the effective quark interaction is given. Functional integral bosonization leads to a theory describing successfully meson properties. It possesses solitonic solutions which are identified as baryons. Via functional integral techniques a Faddeev equation for baryons describing them as bound states of a diquark and a quark is derived. Finally, a unification of these two complementary pictures of baryons is proposed
The rotation of sun and stars by
J.P Rozelot(
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1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Sun and stars rotate in different ways and at different rates of velocity, and knowledge of how they rotate is important in understanding the formation and evolution of stars and their structure. The wide variety of stars offers an equally wide variety of rotation rates and rotational evolution. From the slowly rotating stars to stars rotating close to their breakup velocities, different techniques and models have to be developed to study rotation and its effects on physical aspects of stars. In fact, one currently witnesses a complete renewal of astrophysical ideas about stellar rotation, mainly due to the development of new models including highorder effects of rotation and magnetism. This book, while not attempting to answer all questions about rotation, given that many issues still have to be further investigated, focuses on the basics and some particular aspects while aiming to show why it is important, from a physical point of view, to study stellar rotation. Based on courses given at a graduate school, these tutorial lectures will be of interest and useful to a rather broad audience of scientists and students
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Sun and stars rotate in different ways and at different rates of velocity, and knowledge of how they rotate is important in understanding the formation and evolution of stars and their structure. The wide variety of stars offers an equally wide variety of rotation rates and rotational evolution. From the slowly rotating stars to stars rotating close to their breakup velocities, different techniques and models have to be developed to study rotation and its effects on physical aspects of stars. In fact, one currently witnesses a complete renewal of astrophysical ideas about stellar rotation, mainly due to the development of new models including highorder effects of rotation and magnetism. This book, while not attempting to answer all questions about rotation, given that many issues still have to be further investigated, focuses on the basics and some particular aspects while aiming to show why it is important, from a physical point of view, to study stellar rotation. Based on courses given at a graduate school, these tutorial lectures will be of interest and useful to a rather broad audience of scientists and students
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 Huang, Kerson 1928 Editor
 Guth, Alan H. Editor
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 Hepp, K. (Klaus) Editor
 Guinea, Francisco
 Mangano, Michelangelo L.
 Beiglböck, Wolf Author Editor
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Astronomy Astrophysics Hadrons Low, Francis E.(Francis Eugene), Materials science Microscopy NeutronsScattering Particles (Nuclear physics) Particles (Nuclear physics)Chirality Physical geography Physicists Physics Quantum computing Quantum theory Quarks Solid state physics Spectrum analysis StarsRotation Sun Surfaces (Physics) Surfaces (Technology) Thin films United States XraysScattering
Alternative Names
Robert Jaffe Amerikaans natuurkundige
Роберт Джаффе
ロバート・ヤッフェ
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