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Experimental Methods in the Physical Sciences, Volume 35
Po-Zen Wong, Thomas Lucatorto, MarcDe Graef
Over the past 25 years, the field of VUV physics has undergone significant developments as new powerful spectroscopic tools, VUV lasers, and optical components have become available. This volume is aimed at experimentalists who are in need of choosing the best type of modern instrumentation in this applied field. In particular, it contains a detailed chapter on laboratory sources.
This volume provides an up-to-date description of state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, and a broad reference bibliography. It treats phenomena from the standpoint of an experimental physicist, whereby such topics as imaging techniques (NMR, X-ray, ultrasonic, etc.) computer modeling, eletro-kinetic phenomena, diffusion, non-linear wave propagation surface adsorption/desorption, convective mixing, and fracture are specifically addressed.
E. Garbozi, D. Bentz, and N. Martys, Digital Images and Computer Modelling. R. Lenormand, Visualization of Flow Patterns in 2D Model Networks. Y. Yortsos, Probing Pore Structures by Sorption Isotherms and Mercury Porosimetry. P.-Z. Wong, Conductivity, Permeability, and Electrokinetics. P. Nagy, Acoustics and Ultrasonics. S. Sinha, Small-Angle Scattering of Porous Materials. K. Langley and I. Teraoka, Light Scattering and Other Optical Methods. M. Coles, X-Ray Imaging. R. Kleinberg, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. P. Chang, A.T. Watson, and C. Edwards, NMR Imaging of Fluids and Flow in Porous Media. J.-P. Hulin and D. Salin, Acoustical and Electrical Methods for the Study of Fluid Mixing in Porous Media. Subject Index.