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Certainly, it is timely to have a book that offers a comprehensive introduction to the technique Its presence is well-deserved in the library of dielectric spectroscopists or any scientist interested in krwmer a thorough introduction Theory of Dielectric Relaxation. Glassy Dynamics Beyond the a-Relaxation. CoffeyYuri P.
KalmykovStuart A. Applied Sciences, Delft Univ. Review quote From the reviews: Account Options Sign in. Molecular Dynamics in Thin Polymer Films. It is particularly useful for readers who are interested in dielectric techniques Effect of Pressure on the Dielectric Spectra.
Molecular and Collective Dynamics of Polymeric. This will facilitate use of dielectric spectroscopy by more chemists, physicists, and material scientists.
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Description Both an introductory course xpectroscopy broadband dielectric spectroscopy and a monograph describing recent dielectric contributions to current topics, this book is the first to cover the topic and has been hotly awaited by the scientific community.
Selected pages Title Page. Glassy Dynamics Beyond the aRelaxation.
Molecular Dynamics in thin Polymer Layers. Broadband Dielectric Measurement Techniques. Local Dielectric Relaxation by Solvation Dynamics.
Molecular Dynamics in Confining Space. Table of contents A. The Dielectric Properties of Inhomogeneous Media. Molecular Dynamics in Polymer Model Systems.
It is particularly useful for readers who are interested in dielectric techniques, but also beneficial for a readership that is generally interested in molecular dynamics and glass transition phenomena.
Given the dramatic increase in the application of dielectric spectroscopy of late, a research monograph is also welcome.
The book is highly recommended to specialists in physics, electrical engineering, materials science, and bio chemistry, as well as to students in these disciplines.