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Mathematical and Experimental Physics
Editor(s): S. Jayalakshmi, J. Arokiaraj, D. Mangalraj, P. Meena, S. Sundar Manoharan, V. Swaminathan

ISBN:    978-81-8487-057-2 
E-ISBN:   E 978-81-8487-309-2
Publication Year:   2010
Pages:   216
Binding:   Hard Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   480
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About the book

MATHEMATICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS discusses, in the Mathematical Physics section, Graph Theoretic applications in networks and study of Aminoacids through graphs alongwith the concepts of insulation sequence, dominating sets, partition of the vertex set into subsets with certain properties and association of new types of matrices for the study of Aminoacids. On the experimental side chapters relate to preparation and characterization of nano and thin films. The properties of thin films are ultimately connected with the method of deposition. Different preparation techniques such as DC magnetron sputtering, chemical bath deposition, vapour phase epitaxy growth, spray pyrolysis, pulsed laser technique and sol-gel method were used for depositing different thin films such as CrN/Cu, Cu2O, GaN, Zn(1-x)MnxO , TiO2etc. Fruitful application of the films deposited is possible only by their characterization. Structural, Optical, Magnetic and conduction properties are also investigated.

Table of Contents

Preface / Vulnerability Parameters in Graphs / A Study of Aminoacids through Weighted and Marked Graphs / r-Strong r-Domination Number of a Graph / Color Class Domination in Graphs / Weakly Connected k-Insulation Sequence in Graphs / (k, r)-Domatic Partition in Graphs / Domination Integrity in Graphs / Regular Anti-domatic Partition of Graphs / (i, j)-Distance Graphs / Component-wise Complete Complementary Domination Graphene Nano Films on Glass: Substrates using Adhesive Wafer Bonding and a Shear Technique / Studies on Nanocomposite CrN/Cu Thin Films Formed by Pulsed DC Magnetron Sputtering / Understanding Nanostructures: Fabrication, of Artificial Alloys of Fe-cu on Cu (100) by Molecular Beam Epitaxy / Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Properties of Nano-crystalline Zn-Cu Mixed Ferrites / Fabrication of an Automized Z-scan Setup for Nonlinear Optical Studies / Investigations on the Influence of RF Plasma and Cellulase Enzyme on the Anti-microbial Activity of Neem Leaf Extract Treated Cotton Fabric / Effect of Precursors Flow Rate on Chloride n Vapor hase Epitaxy Grown Gallium Nitride Epilayers / Structural and Optical Properties of Chemically Sprayed CuO Thin Films / Structural and Optical Properties of Silicon Nitrate Thin Films / Synthesis, Structural and Optical Properties of Cu(InGa)Se2 Thin Films / Characterization of Chemical Bath Deposited CdSe Thin Film / Synthesis and Characterization of Pure and Manganese Doped Gallium Nitride / Structural Properties of Lead Phthalocyanine Thin Films / Optical Properties of Chemical Bath Deposited Cadmium Sulfide Thin Film / Sturtural and Electrical Characterization of Zn(1-x)MnxO Thin Films Grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition / Conduction Studies on DC Magnetron Sputtered Silicon-Nitrogen Compound Thin Films / Effect of Substrate Temperature on the Structural, Optical and Electrical Properties of SnS2 Thin Films by Spray Pyrolysis Technique.


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