By A. K. Bhattacharjee, B. Coqblin (auth.), Robert P. Guertin, Wojciech Suski, Zygmunt Zołnierek (eds.)
The current convention, the fourth successive in this topic, used to be equipped to commemorate the seventy fifth birthday of Professor Wtodzimierz Trzebiatowski, one of many pioneers within the box of f-electron fabrics constitution, rather within the magnetism of actinides. This quantity comprises sixty four papers awarded on the convention held in Wroctaw, Poland, September 22-25, 1981. Twenty-one have been invited talks. approximately a hundred contributors from thirteen nations attended the assembly in the course of 4 days of lecture presentation (note those numbers were consistent for the final conferences). The convention consisted of periods dedicated to the research of crystalline electrical fields and structural results by means of spectroscopic strategies, neutron diffraction, magnetic, thermodynamic and electric measurements everywhere huge temperature, magnetic box and strain levels. fabrics investigated integrated infrequent earth intermetallics, hydrides, diluted platforms and actinides, and between them a few exhibited singlet floor kingdom habit. The experimental effects have been supplemented through idea. it really is our excitement to say these individuals who helped us make the convention winning. The overseas Advisory Com mittee integrated W.J.L. dealers, B.R. Cooper, J.E. Crow, P. Fulde, A. Furrer, T. Kasuya, L. Kowalewski, G.R. Lander, R. Lemaire and D. Wohlleben. We thank them for worthy feedback referring to invited audio system. We additionally desire to thank the co-workers of the In stitute for Low Temperature and constitution learn of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Wroclaw, in particular A. Baran, M. Grzebyk, K.
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