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Published by World Scientific Pub.Co. in Singapore, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 341-342. - Includes index.

Statementeditor K. Nasu.
ContributionsNasu, K. 1946-
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 345 p. :
Number of Pages345
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22146483M
ISBN 109812387633

The resultant nonequilibrium phase may not be reached by changing temperature or pressure because the energy of a photon is much higher than thermal energies. Our theoretical researches are focused on the mechanisms and dynamics of photoinduced phase transitions, how they are controlled, and how the photoinduced electron-lattice states. Monte Carlo simulations on Ising-like models are an important theoretical approach to the problem of photoinduced phase transitions. The purpose of this chapter is threefold: (1) to give a basic description of the Ising-like models and the Monte Carlo simulation method for non-specialists; (2) to demonstrate typical behaviors of the photoinduced phase transition with examples of .

About this book Relaxations of Excited States and Photo-Induced Structural Phase Transitions are the topics discussed during the 19th Taniguchi Symposium. Here, 27 worldwide renowned physicists and chemists report recent topics related to this quite new theme from the view points of both material science and solid-state spectroscopy. Abstract: One-dimensional (1D) correlated electron systems are good targets for the exploration of photoinduced phase transitions (PIPTs). It is because charge-transfer excitations and/or carrier generations by lights can stimulate instabilities inherent to 1D nature of electronic state through strong electron (spin)-electron (spin) interactions.

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Photoinduced phase transitions K. Nasu. A new class of insulating solids was recently discovered. This occurrence is called "photoinduced phase transition", and this multi-authored book reviews recent theoretical and experimental studies of this new phenomenon.

Probing Photoinduced Structural Phase Transitions by Fast or Ultra-Fast Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction (H Cailleau et al.) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in solid state optics, nonlinear science, chaos and dynamical systems.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 Photoinduced phase transitions book Contents: Theories for photoinduced structural phase transitions and their dynamics / Keiichiro Nasu --Time-resolved spectroscopy of the dynamics of photoinduced ionic-to-neutral phase transition in tetrathiafulvalen-p-chloranil crystals / Katsumi Tanimura --Study.

Get this from a library. Photoinduced phase transitions. [K Nasu;] -- A new class of insulating solids was recently discovered. When irradiated by a few visible photons, these solids give rise to a macroscopic excited domain that has new structural and electronic.

Using time-resolved far-infrared spectroscopy, we observe multiple routes for photoinduced phase transitions in V2O3. This includes (i) a photothermal antiferromagnetic to paramagnetic transition and (ii) an incipient strain-generated paramagnetic File Size: KB.

Photoinduced Phase Transitions Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 23(7) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. A new class of insulating solids was recently discovered. When irradiated by a few visible photons, these solids give rise to a macroscopic excited domain that has new structural and electronic orders quite different from the starting ground state.

This occurrence is called “photoinduced Price: $   This result thus indicate that the fundamental process of photoinduced phase transitions is very different from a thermally induced transition, and strongly suggests a density-driven mechanism at Cited by: Liquid-crystalline macrocyclic compounds, tethered by two or three azobenzenes bearing alkoxy side chains, exhibit isothermal phase transitions from liquid-crystal to isotropic as well as from crystal to isotropic phases upon light irradiation due to the drastic conformational change of their macrocyclic bac.

The series of international conferences on photoinduced phase transitions (PIPT) has continued for 15 years. Since the first international conference on this fascinating and challenging research field organized by Prof.

Nasu at Tsukuba, Japan init has been held at Rennes, France (by Prof. Hervé Cailleau, ), Osaka, Japan (by Prof. Shin-ya Koshihara, ), Wrocław. A novel liquid-crystalline copolymer containing non-mesogenic cinnamate ester photoactive units is described. Selective irradiation of thin films of this polymer leads to an isothermal phase transition from the nematic to the isotropic phase arising from the photoinduced compositional changes involving E→Z isomerisation.

The potential of spatial control of this effect is. Theories of photoinduced phase transitions have developed along with the progress in experimental studies, especially concerning their nonlinear characters and transition dynamics. Photoinduced phase transition is a process to the nonequilibrium phases generated from an equilibrium by shining on high energy photons, and the nonequilibrium phase is a macroscopic excited domain that has new structural and electronic orders quite different from the starting ground state (equilibrium phase).

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Various photoinduced phase transitions have been reported in transition metal oxides such as Pr (Ca 1 − y Sr y) MnO 3 and in diluted magnetic semiconductors including In 1 − x Mn x As.

In Pr (Ca 1 − y Sr y) MnO 3, the optically excited electrons locally destroy the spin-charge-orbital ordering, followed by rapid Cited by: 2. A new frontier in the field of structural science is the emergence of the fast and ultra-fast X-ray science.

Recent developments in time-resolved X-ray diffraction promise direct access to the dynamics of electronic, atomic and molecular motions in condensed matter triggered by a pulsed laser irradiation, i.e.

to record "molecular movies" during the transformation of matter initiated Cited by: 2. Title: Photoinduced Phase Transitions: Authors: Nasu, Keiichiro: Publication: Photoinduced Phase Transitions.

Edited by NASU KEIICHIRO. Published by World Scientific. Exploring the origins and implications of sudden changes in nature and society, Phase Transitions examines different dynamical behaviors in a broad range of complex systems. Using a compelling set of examples, from gene networks and ant colonies to human language and the degradation of diverse ecosystems, the book illustrates the power of /5(3).

SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 31 srep31 1 entificreports The nature of photoinduced phase transition and metastable states in vanadium dioxide Zhensheng Tao1,†, Faran Zhou1, Tzong-Ru T.

Han1, David Torres2, Tongyu Wang2, Nelson Sepulveda2, Kiseok Chang1, Margaret Young3, Richard R. Lunt1,3 & Chong-Yu Ruan1 Photoinduced threshold. Photoinduced Phase Transitions 作者: Nasu, K. 编 出版社: World Scientific Pub Co Inc 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: HRD ISBN: 豆瓣评分.Koshihara SY, Adachi S, Okimoto Y, Ishikawa T, Fukaya R, Fukumoto K et al.

Photoinduced phase transitions in strongly correlated electron systems. In Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, QELS Author: Shinya Koshihara, Shinichi Adachi, Yoichi Okimoto, Tadahiko Ishikawa, Ryo Fukaya, Keiki Fukumoto, Ma.Comprised of 41 chapters, this book begins with an introduction to applications of phase transitions in materials science, followed by a syncretist classification of phase transitions.

Subsequent chapters discuss phase transitions in materials such as liquid crystals, PLZT ceramics, disordered semiconductors, silver iodide single crystals, and.