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Spin resonance phenomena; metal-insulator transitions in disordered systems; non-stoichiometric transition metal oxides; developments in Physics Education
- Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR)
Effort continues on various projects directed towards enhancement of the quality of undergraduate physics courses and programs in the US. These efforts are frequently channeled through the activities and journals of the American Association of Physics Teachers.
The Introductory University Physics Project, 1987-1995: What has it accomplished?, Am.J. Phys. 66, 124-137 (1998),with Lawrence A. Coleman and John S. Rigden.
Quantum electrical transport in samples of limited dimensions, Am.J. Phys. 67, 278-297(1999)["Tutorial presentation"].
Guest Comment: "Should I pay attention to the output from Physics Education R&D?, Donald F. Holcomb, Am. J. Phys. 69, 407 (2001).
31 P Knight Shifts and spin dynamics in Si:P at temperatures comparable to the Fermi temperature, M. J. R. Hoch and D. F. Holcomb, Phys. Rev. B71, 035115 (2005).