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    Hellmut Fritzche
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1985 Institute for Amorphous Studies Series. Coordinator: Fritzche Hellmut. Metal-Nonmetal Transitions and Thermodynamic Properties. Metal-Insulator Transition and Landau Fermi Liquid Theory. Subject for Localization and metal insulator transitions: Chemistry - Chemical Industry. Long-Range Coulomb Interaction Versus Chemical Bonding Effects in the Theory of Metal-Insulator Transitions. The Metal-Insulator Transition in Liquid Doped Crystalline and Amorphous Semiconductors: The Effect of Electron-Electron Interaction. Exciton Condensation and the Mott Transition.

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The conducting phase of the glass is obtained by using "Gap Sculpting" (Prasai et al, Sci. Rep. 5:15522 (2015)) and it is observed that the metallic and insulating phases have nearly identical DFT energies but have a conductivity contrast of ~10$^8$. The transition from insulator to metal involves growth of an Ag-rich phase accompanied by a depletion of tetrahedrally bonded G. ONTINUE READING.

Strongly correlated transition metal oxides exhibiting metal-insulator transitions (MIT) are currently considered as basic functional materials of oxide electronics. That is why the theoretical models describing MITs are of such importance. Vanadium oxide Magneli phases, forming the homologous series. ), may be considered as intermediate structures between the end members VO2. () and V2O3.

We study the metal-insulator transition in two sets of amorphous Si {1-x}Ni x films. The sets were prepared by different, ation-based technologies: evaporation of the alloy, and gradient deposition from separate Ni and Si crucibles. The characterization included electron and scanning tunneling microscopy, glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy, and Rutherford back scattering

We prove sharp spectral transition in the arithmetics of phase between localization and singular continuous spectrum for Diophantine almost Mathieu operators

We prove sharp spectral transition in the arithmetics of phase between localization and singular continuous spectrum for Diophantine almost Mathieu operators. We also determine exact exponential asymptotics of eigenfunctions and of corresponding transfer matrices throughout the localization region. This uncovers a universal structure in their behavior governed by the exponential phase resonances.

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Binary amorphous alloys, composed of a semiconductor and a metal, belong to a broad class of materials which . The behaviour of systems that undergo a metal-insulator transition (MIT) has attracted much interest, theoretical as well as experimental, for more than forty years.

Binary amorphous alloys, composed of a semiconductor and a metal, belong to a broad class of materials which exhibit a transition between metallic and activated behaviour of the electrical conductivity caused by the variation of chemical composition, temperature, stress or magnetic el.

This volume and its two companion volumes, entitled Tetrahedrally-Bonded Amorphous Semiconductors and Physics of Disordered Materials, are our way of paying special tribute to Sir Nevill Mott and to express our heartfelt wishes to him on the occasion of his eightieth birthday. Sir Nevill has set the highest standards as a physicist, teacher, and scientific leader. Our feelings for him include not only the respect and admiration due a great scientist, but also a deep affection for a great human being, who possesses a rare combination of outstanding personal qualities. We thank him for enriching our lives, and we shall forever carry cherished memories of this noble man. Scientists best express their thanks by contributing their thoughts and observations to a Festschrift. This one honoring Sir Nevill fills three volumes, with literally hundreds of authors meeting a strict deadline. The fact that contributions poured in from all parts of the world attests to the international cohesion of our scientific community. It is a tribute to Sir Nevill's stand for peace and understanding, transcending national borders. The editors wish to express their gratitude to Ghazaleh Koefod for her diligence and expertise in deciphering and typing many of the papers, as well as helping in numerous other ways. The blame for the errors that remain belongs to the editors.