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- Advances in transport processes
- Analytic theory of the effects of atmospheric scattering on the current and ionization produced by the Compton electrons from high-altitude nuclear explosions
- Analytical solutions for two-dimensional transport equation with time-dependent dispersion coefficients
- Band theory and transport properties
- Chemical kinetics and transport
- Chemical vapor transport reactions
- Collisional activation in gases
- Contaminant hydrogeology
- Cross-scale coupling in space plasmas
- Electro-diffusion of ions
- Electrodics, transport
- Electronic transport in hydrogenated amorphous semiconductors
- Electrons and phonons : the theory of transport phenomena in solids
- Electrons and phonons : the theory of transport phenomena in solids
- Elements of transport phenomena
- Entropy methods for the Boltzmann equation : lectures from a special semester at the Centre Émile Borel, Institut H. Poincaré, Paris, 2001
- Environmental transport processes
- Fluid transport : theory, dynamics and applications
- Handbook of transport property data : viscosity, thermal conductivity, and diffusion coefficients of liquids and gases
- Hypocoercivity
- Importance, the adjoint function; : the physical basis of the variational and perturbation theory in transport and diffusion problems
- Interfacial transport processes and rheology
- Introduction to the general theory of particle transfer
- Invariant imbedding and time-dependent transport processes,
- Ionic transport processes : in electrochemistry and membrane science
- Kinetic theory and transport phenomena
- Kinetic theory in the expanding universe
- Laminar flow and convective transport processes : scaling principles and asymptotic analysis
- Lecture notes on the discretization of the Boltzmann equation
- Macrotransport processes
- Mass transport phenomena
- Mathematical theory of transport processes in gases.
- Microscopic chaos, fractals and transport in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
- Modelling in aquatic chemistry
- Modelling in transport phenomena : a conceptual approach
- New trends in mechanics and transport
- Nonequilibrium thermodynamics : transport and rate processes in physical and biological systems
- Nonequilibrium thermodynamics : transport and rate processes in physical, chemical and biological systems
- Nonlinear ordinary differential equations in transport processes
- Pore-scale geochemical processes
- Pore-scale geochemical processes
- Porous media : fluid transport and pore structure
- Quantum transport in mesoscopic systems : complexity and statistical fluctuations, a maximum-entropy viewpoint
- Quantum transport theory
- Radiation in the atmosphere
- Recent advances in mass transport in materials : special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only
- Recent developments in structured continua
- Rotary kilns : transport phenomena and transport processes
- Scattering matrix approach to non-stationary quantum transport
- Semiconductor nanostructures : quantum states and electronic transport
- Series solution for the propagator of the Linear Boltzmann equation
- Some aspects of non-equilibrium thermodynamics in the presence of a radiation field,
- Special topics in transport phenomena
- Stability and transport in magnetic confinement systems
- Statistical mechanical theories of transport processes,
- Stochastic dynamics and Boltzmann hierarchy
- Stochastic dynamics and Boltzmann hierarchy
- Stochastic numerics for the Boltzmann equation
- Stochastic processes in chemical physics : the master equation
- The Wigner Monte-Carlo method for nanoelectronic devices : a particle description of quantum transport and decoherence
- The diffusion and drift of electrons in gases
- The method of the correlation function in superconductivity theory
- The physics of nanoelectronics : transport and fluctuation phenomena at low temperatures
- The physics of nanoelectronics : transport and fluctuation phenomena at low temperatures
- Thermal energy at the nanoscale
- Thermodynamic and transport properties of organic salts
- Transport in a two component randomly composite material
- Transport in phonon systems
- Transport phenomena
- Transport phenomena
- Transport phenomena in fluids.
- Transport phenomena in membranes
- Transport phenomena in metallurgy
- Transport phenomena in porous media : aspects of micro/macro behaviour
- Transport processes : momentum, heat, and mass
- Transport processes in bubbles, drops, and particles
- Transport processes in pharmaceutical systems
- Transport properties in the integer quantum Hall effect
- Transport properties of dense plasma
- Transport properties of helium from 200 to 50,000°K
- Transport properties of ionic liquids
- Transport properties of molecular junctions
- Turbulent transport in magnetized plasmas
- Understanding quantum phase transitions
- Z Boson transverse momentum distribution, and ZZ and WZ production : measurements using 7.3-8.6 fb1 of pp̄ collisions at [square root s] = 1.96 TeV

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