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- with the study of weather systems smaller than synoptic scale systems. Mesoscopic physics is a subdiscipline of condensed matter physics that deals with...
- Mesoscale may refer to: Mesoscale meteorology Mesoscopic scale in physics Mesoscale manufacturing This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with...
- subsets of brain areas oscillating in the gamma-band (generated at the mesoscopic level). Scientists have identified some intrinsic neuronal properties...
- High-pressure physics, Low-temperature physics, Surface physics, Nanoscale and mesoscopic physics, Polymer physics BCS theory, Bloch's theorem, Density functional...
- physicist, notable for his achievements in physics of semiconductors and in mesoscopic physics. Aronov was born in 1939 in Leningrad, currently Saint Petersburg...
- molecular and atomic spectroscopy, and in the condensed matter physics of mesoscopic devices. The reason can be understood by describing the conduction in...
- property due to a shared propensity of these materials to self-organize into mesoscopic physical structures. By way of contrast, in hard condensed matter physics...
- In mesoscopic physics, a quantum wire is an electrically conducting wire in which quantum effects influence the transport properties. Usually such effects...
- and cooled moist air from the evaporation of water into hot dry air. Mesoscopic heat engines are nanoscale devices that may serve the goal of processing...
- dissipate any such current as heat. However, in superconductors and some mesoscopic devices, persistent currents are possible and observed due to quantum...
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