Best Books – Exotic Materials

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Exotic Materials subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Exotic Materials along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Exotic Materials subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Exotic Materials" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Transformation of Organometallics into Common and Exotic Materials: Design and Activation (Nato Science Series E:)” by R M Laine

“Transformation of Organometallics into Common and Exotic Materials: Design and Activation (Nato Science Series E:)” Book Review: This book teaches the design, synthesis, and selective pyrolytic conversion of organometallic precursors to materials of high purity or specific morphology (for electronic or optical applications). The high strength and/or high-temperature stability (for structural or refractory applications) has also been given. Research in the area of thermodynamics of molecular rearrangements in organometallic molecules at temperatures above 200°C can be found in the book. Other topics that are covered are the electronic properties of amorphous ceramic materials, the physicochemical properties of ceramic molecular composites and the optical properties of multicomponent glasses made by sol-gel processing.This book is useful for those in the field of chemistry and materials science (materials chemistry).

2. “Exotic Properties of Carbon Nanomatter (Carbon Materials: Chemistry and Physics)” by Mihai V Putz and Ottorino Ori

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“Exotic Properties of Carbon Nanomatter (Carbon Materials: Chemistry and Physics)” Book Review: This book gives knowledge about the state-of-the-art advancements in modeling and characterization of fundamental and the recently designed carbon based nanocomposites (graphenes, fullerenes, polymers, crystals and allotropic forms). The book also talks about the quantification, indexing, and interpretation of physical and chemical exotic properties related with space-time structure-evolution, phase transitions, chemical reactivity, and topology. This book is beneficial for researchers in academia and industry.

3. “Exotic Electronic Properties of Ruthenates and Related Materials” by Fischer Mark Hannes

“Exotic Electronic Properties of Ruthenates and Related Materials” Book Review: This book discusses selected exotic phenomena in the ruthenates which have been explored. In the first part of this book it shows how the c-axis transport in the single-layer compound which can be understood in terms of a two-to one-dimensional crossover within the basal plane and the associated loss of spectral weight. The second part deals with the bilayer ruthenate. The directional anisotropy of the phase diagram to magnetic fields is explained with a staggered spin-orbit coupling stemming from the rotation of the oxygen octahedra. The last part of the book talks about the effect of staggered non-centrosymmetricity within a regular sub lattice structure on superconductivity in some comparison to the case of antiferromagnetic crystals. This book is useful for those involved in material science and exotic materials.

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4. “Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy” by William C McHarris

“Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy” Book Review: This book contains the report of the Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy. This book is a complete and up-to-date version. The chapter sequences follow the original symposium program. Each chapter stands more or less on its own and there are many cross-references among chapters. It is an easy to understand reference book and contains all facts about the symposium. This book can be referred by those interested in spectroscopy and exotic materials and even by those who want to read the report of the symposium.

5. “Transport Spectroscopy of Confined Fractional Quantum Hall Systems (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences)” by Stephan Baer and Klaus Ensslin

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“Transport Spectroscopy of Confined Fractional Quantum Hall Systems (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences)” Book Review: This book talks about the recent developments in experiments exploring the fractional quantum Hall (FQH) states of the second Landau level, especially the u=5/2 state. It gives a state-of-the-art understanding of these FQH states. It also describes how the properties of the FQH states can be researched experimentally, by investigating tunneling and confinement properties. The progress towards the realization of an experiment, allowing to probe the potentially non-Abelian statistics of the quasiparticle excitations at u=5/2 is discussed in this book. This book gives practical advice for solving the experimental challenges which researchers studying highly fragile FQH states are faced with.The book can be used as a reference for graduate students, PostDocs and researchers starting in the field.

6. “Quantum Dot Devices (Lecture Notes in Nanoscale Science and Technology)” by Zhiming M Wang

“Quantum Dot Devices (Lecture Notes in Nanoscale Science and Technology)” Book Review: In relation to Nanoscale Science and Technology, this book collects a series of state-of-the-art chapters on the current status of quantum dot devices and how these devices take advantage of quantum features. The chapters cover numerous quantum dot applications, including lasers, LEDs, detectors, amplifiers, switches, transistors, and solar cells. This book is beneficial for researchers of all levels of experience with an interest in epitaxial and/or colloidal quantum dots. This book provides the beginners with the necessary overview of this field and a detailed reference source for those more experienced.

7. “Superconductivity in Magnetic and Exotic Materials: Proceedings (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences)” by T Matsubara

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“Superconductivity in Magnetic and Exotic Materials: Proceedings (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences)” Book Review: This book contains the matter that was presented at the sixth Taniguchi Symposium on the Theory of Condensed Matter held at Kashikojima. Japan. Magnetic and other novel superconductors newly discovered and condensed matter theory have been discussed in detail in this book. Appendix is available. Other topics include discussions on several aspects of ferromagnetic superconductors including superconductivity in heavy fermion systems, discussions on the exotic superconductors and treating problems on anti­ ferromagnetic superconductors. Three papers on organic superconductors are also given in the book. This book is useful for those interested in learning facts about the Taniguchi Symposium and those involved in the field of material science and exotic materials.

8. “Exotic States in Quantum Nanostructures” by Sarben Sarkar

“Exotic States in Quantum Nanostructures” Book Review: This book gives knowledge about the newly emerging area of quantum computers and quantum information using Josephson junctions. The formal mathematical methods of conformal field theory which are applied to the understanding of Luttinger liquids is also given. The theory about electrons which interact strongly and can give rise to non-trivial ground states such as superconductivity, quantum Hall states and magnetism are discussed in this book. Information on mesoscopic superconducting devices, skyrmions and magnetism in two dimensional electron gases, transport in quantum wires, metal-insulator transitions and spin electronics are also available. This book is useful for graduate students of theoretical matter physics as well as for undergraduates.

9. “Hidden Order and Exotic Superconductivity in the Heavy-Fermion Compound URu2Si2 (Springer Theses)” by Ryuji Okazaki

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“Hidden Order and Exotic Superconductivity in the Heavy-Fermion Compound URu2Si2 (Springer Theses)” Book Review: This book gives hidden-order phase transition at T0 = 17.5 K in the heavy-fermion URu2Si2. In this book the four-fold rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden order phase is observed through the magnetic torque measurement. The book talks about the superconducting state of URu2Si2 below Tc = 1.4 K, which coexists with the hidden-order phase. A peculiar vortex penetration in the superconducting state is found, which may be related to the rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden-order phase. The book also gives information on the vortex lattice melting transition. This book provides clues to the underlying issue of quasiparticle dynamics as to whether a quasiparticle Bloch state is realized in the periodic vortex lattice. This book can be used by those involved in Ph.D Thesis Research and Physics graduates.

10. “Exotic Attractors: From Liapunov Stability to Riddled Basins (Progress in Mathematics)” by Jorge Buescu
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