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The electron glass
The electron glass

Author: Michael Pollak, Department of Physics, University of California, Riverside, Miguel Ortu�no, Departamento de F'isica, Universidad de Murcia, Aviad Frydman, Department of Physics, Bar Ilan University,. Ortu�no, Miguel, ; Michael Pollak; Miguel Ortuño, (Physicist); Aviad Frydman
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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"Presenting an up-to-date report on electronic glasses, this book examines experiments and theories for a variety of disordered materials where electrons exhibit glassy properties. Some interesting mathematical models of idealized systems are also discussed. The authors examine problems in this field, highlighting which issues are currently understood and which require further research. Where appropriate, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Pollak, Michael.
Electron glass.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013
(DLC) 2012033805
(OCoLC)802323314
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Pollak, Department of Physics, University of California, Riverside, Miguel Ortu�no, Departamento de F'isica, Universidad de Murcia, Aviad Frydman, Department of Physics, Bar Ilan University,. Ortu�no, Miguel, ; Michael Pollak; Miguel Ortuño, (Physicist); Aviad Frydman
ISBN: 9781139611466 1139611461 9781139624480 1139624482 9780511978999 0511978995 9781283870368 1283870363 9781139615181 1139615181 9781139609609 1139609602
OCLC Number: 820723023
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 291 pages)
Contents: Cover; The Electron glass; HalfTitle; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Symbols; 1 Introduction; 2 Disordered electronic systems; 2.1 Disordered solids; 2.1.1 Energy scales; 2.1.2 Types of disordered solids; 2.2 Hamiltonians for disordered systems; 2.3 Strong disorder; 2.3.1 Strong localization; 2.3.2 Density of states --
the Coulomb gap; 2.3.3 Hopping conduction; 2.4 Weak disorder; 2.4.1 Weak localization; 2.4.2 Magnetoresistance; 2.4.3 Mesoscopic fluctuations; 2.4.4 Density of states --
zero bias anomaly; 2.5 Anderson localization and metal --
insulator transitions. 2.5.1 Perturbation expansion2.5.2 Scaling theory; 2.5.3 The Anderson metal --
insulator transition; 2.5.4 The mott metal --
insulator transition; 2.6 Percolation theory; 2.6.1 Percolation --
basic concepts; 2.6.2 Percolation conductivity; 3 Basics of glasses; 3.1 The modern concept of glass; 3.2 The glass transition; 3.3 Types of glasses; 3.4 Ergodicity; 3.5 The fluctuation --
dissipation theorem; 3.6 Aging; 3.7 Spin glasses; 3.7.1 Edward-Anderson model; 3.7.2 Mean field theory; 3.7.3 Hierarchical and droplet models; 3.8 Two-site systems; 4 Equilibrium properties of the electron glass. 4.1 The model Hamiltonian for strong localization4.2 Density of states: the Coulomb gap; 4.2.1 Theory of the Coulomb gap; 4.2.2 Experiments probing the single-particle density of states; 4.3 Numerical simulations; 4.3.1 Numerical algorithms; 4.3.2 Density of states; 4.3.3 Thermodynamic properties; 4.3.4 The influence of quantum effects on the Coulomb gap; 4.4 Interactions and Anderson localization; 4.4.1 Many-body localization; 5 dc Conductivity; 5.1 dc Conductivity: experimental; 5.1.1 Impurity conduction in doped semiconductors; 5.1.2 Amorphous solids; 5.1.3 Granular metals. 5.2 Elements of the theory of hopping transport5.2.1 Transition rates due to electron --
phonon interaction; 5.2.2 Experimental indications for many-body transitions; 5.2.3 Correlation introduced by interaction; 5.2.4 The rate equation and the random impedance network; 5.3 Variable range hopping; 5.3.1 Noninteracting systems: Mott's law; 5.3.2 Interacting systems: Efros and Shklovskii's law; 5.4 Percolation approach to hopping conduction; 5.4.1 Activated regime, percolation treatment; 5.4.2 Variable range hopping, percolation treatment; 5.5 Scaling theory of transport. 5.5.1 Scaling theory with interactions5.6 Numerical simulations; 5.6.1 Numerical results; 5.7 Concluding remarks; 6 Other transport properties of electron glasses; 6.1 High field conductivity; 6.1.1 Large electric fields --
the ``activationless'' regime; 6.1.2 Moderate electric fields: percolation approaches; 6.1.3 Hot electron model; 6.2 Magnetoresistance; 6.2.1 The shrinkage effect; 6.2.2 The interference effect; 6.2.3 Magnetoresistance due to spins; 6.3 Hall effect; 6.4 ac Conductivity; 6.4.1 ac Conductivity --
phonon assisted; 6.4.2 ac Conductivity --
photon assisted.
Responsibility: Michael Pollak, Department of Physics, University of California, Riverside, Miguel Ortuño, Departamento de F'isica, Universidad de Murcia, Aviad Frydman, Department of Physics, Bar Ilan University.
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