Electronic transport in highly resistive materials in strong magnetic fields

nonlinear dynamics in semi-insulating GaAs and magnetoresistance of carbon-black polymer composites
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Hartung-Gorre , Konstanz
Electron transport., Gallium arsenide semiconductors., Carbon-black., Polymeric compos
StatementAndreas Neumann.
SeriesPhysik in hohen Magnetfeldern,, Bd. 8
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LC ClassificationsQC176.8 .E4 N47 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 189 p. :
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Open LibraryOL134632M
ISBN 103896492144
LC Control Number99515058
OCLC/WorldCa40364987

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I-H ELSEVIER W1 L Physica B () On the theory of electronic transport in a strong magnetic field A.R. ApsitIrwin Avenue, SH Riverdale, NYUSA Received 26 January ; received in revised form 3 December Abstract A new concept of transversal dissipationless transport in a strong magnetic field is : A.R.

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