Annual progress report of the Department of Solid State Physics 1 January - 31 December 1992

J.S. Pedersen (Editor), B. Lebech (Editor), P.-A. Lindgård (Editor)

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    Research in the department is in the field of condensed matter physics. The principal activities of the department in the period from 1 January, to 31 December. 1992, are presented in this Progress Report.

    The department's research is predominantly experimental - utilising diffraction of neutrons and X-rays - and includes studies of two- and three-dimensional structures, magnetic ordering, heavy fermions. high Tc superconductivity, phase transitions in model systems, precipitation phenomena, and nano-scale structures in various materials. The major interest of the department is in basic research but projects of a more applied nature are often taken up. prompted by the applicability of the developed techniques and expertise.

    For clarity, the contributions to this report are organized into 12 categories with the following headings:
    • Theory. Monte Carlo simulations, and methods for data analysis
    • Magnetic structures, magnetic phase transitions, and spin dynamics
    • High Tc superconductivity
    • Structures and structural phase transitions
    • Inclusions and precipitates in alloys and metals
    • Interaction of particles and photons with surfaces
    • Surfaces, interfaces, and amorphous structures
    • Langmuir films
    • Polymers
    • Microemulsions and biological systems
    • Instrumental developments
    • Other activities
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationRoskilde
    PublisherRisø National Laboratory
    Number of pages164
    ISBN (Print)87-550-1868-8
    Publication statusPublished - 1993
    SeriesDenmark. Forskningscenter Risoe. Risoe-R


    • Risø-R-660
    • Risø-R-660(EN)


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