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Lecture on the anomalous diffusion in Condensed Matter Physics

M. Benhamou
Diffusion is a natural or artificial process that governs many phenomena in nature. The most known diffusion is the Brownian or normal motion, where the mean-square-displacement of the tracer (diffusive particle among others) increases as the square-root of time. It is not the case, however, for complex systems, where the diffusion is rather slow, because at small-scales, these media present an heterogenous structure. This kind of slow motion is called subdiffusion, where the associated mean-square-displacement...

Raman active modes of single-wall boron nitride nanotubes inside carbon nanotubes

A.M. Nassir, AH. Rahmani, M. Boutahir, B. Fakrach, H. Chadli & A. Rahmani
The structure of boron–nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) is very similar to that of CNTs, and they exhibit many similar physical and chemical properties. In particular, a single walled boron nitride nanotube (BNNT) and a single walled carbon nanotube (CNT) have been reported. The spectral moment’s method (SMM) was shown to be a powerful tool for determining vibrational spectra (infrared absorption, Raman scattering and inelastic neutron- scattering spectra) of harmonic systems. This method can be applied to...

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