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Hardbound. ``Electron-Electron Interactions in Disordered Systems'' deals with the interplay of disorder and the Coulomb interaction. Prominent experts give state-of-the-art reviews of the theoretical and experimental work in this field and make it clear that the interplay of the two effects is essential, especially in low-dimensional systems.


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$D^{-}$ ion      589 (see also $H^{-}$ ion)
$D^{-}$state      602 604
$g$-factor      175
$H^{-}$ ion      488 (see also $D^{-}$ ion)
$H^{-}$ $H^{+}$ complex      489
$H^{-}_{2}$, $H^{+}_{M}$ complexes      489
$TaS_{2}$      607 610
$Ta_{1-x}Ti_{x}S_{2}$      620
$T^{-\frac{1}{2}}$law      433
$T^{-\frac{1}{3}}$, $T^{-\frac{1}{4}}$ laws      see Motts variable range hopping law
$\sigma_{2}$ conduction      see Iintermediate concentration regime
Abakumov, V.N.      495 524 528 543
Abeles, B.      435
Abkowitz      456; see Lakatos A.I.
Abkowitz, M.      455
Abraham, D.      166 222
Abrahams, E.      4 6 9 23 28 29 62 63 74 117 126 133 136 158 159 161 162 172 192 202 203 217 251 268 270 292 297 298 303 319 321 355 362 385 414 557 558 559 571 604 609 635 661; P.W. Fukuyama Miller A.
Abramowitz, A.      387; see Shapiro B.
Abrikosov, A.A.      15 16 32 43 59 182 216 474 624 635 640 648 665
Ac conductivity      see Conductivity ac
Activated conductivity      see Conductivity activated
Activation energy      295-296 307-308 310 321 325 331 334 339-340 394-395 557-558
Adkins, C.J.      158 296 395 400 401 404; F.R. Mott N.F.
Adler, D.      456; see Kastner M.
Aggarwal, R.L.      503 602
Aharonov Bohm effect      see Bohm Aharonov effect
Aharonov, U.      170
Aleksandrov, V.N.      488 489 500 501 502 508 509 510 528
Alexander, M.H.      251 255
Alexander, M.N.      134
Allen, F.R.      296 395 400 401 404
Altshuler, B.L.      viii 4 9 11 12 38 40 46 47 50 51 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 66 67 70 72 79 82 89 93 109 110 112 113 168 170 172 173 183 184 186 187 193 196 203 209 395 560
Ambegoakar, V.      299
Ami, S.      192
Amorphous semiconductors      296 397 419 610
Anderson localization      158
Anderson localized regime      563 567 574 581 611
Anderson localized states      562
Anderson Theorem      210
Anderson transition      411 558
Anderson, P.W. vii      4 7 9 23 63 117 158 165 172 209 217 235 263 291 302 385 393 441 469 470 557 559 560 6 28 29 62 74 126 270 292 296 558 571 609 661 636; E. Edwards S.F. Fleishman L. Lee P.A.
Ando, T.      217 219 405
Andreev reflection      57 58
Andreev, A.F.      57
Andres, K.      256 257 258 276 582 584 587 595 40 126 131 242 254 579; T.F.
Andrievskii, V.V.      75 116 125; Yu.F.
Andro, P.      296; see Baixeras J.
Ansdm, A.I.      488;
Antoszewski, J.      296 398 405; T.
Aoki, H.      559 560 566 567 569 571 572 574 576 586 587 589
Apel, W.      661
Appelbaum, J.      46
Apsley, N.      299
Arendarchuk, V.V.      490
Arie, Y.      435
Armand, J.      397; see Abeles B.
Aronov, A.G., viii      4 9 11 12 13 15 38 40 46 47 50 51 61 62 63 64 66 67 70 72 79 82 109 110 112 170 173 183 184 193 196 203 209 395 560
Aslamazov, L.G.      6 51 54 57 83 103 209; B.L.
Aulombard, R.L.      281 282
Austin Mott law      446 639 652 655 661
Austin, I.G.      295 349 357 445 447 638 653; J.L.
Average electron-phonon relaxation rate      650 651
B$\ddot{o}$ttger, H.      297 298 446 468 654
Baixeras, J.      296
Bajaj, K.K.      490
Banaszkiewicz, M.      461 473
Bandyopadhyay, B.      225
Bannaya, V.F.      539
Baranovskii, S.D.      344 345 346 416 424 426 427 428 436 438 441 442 443 457 460 461 473 474 479
Bardeen, J.      629 636
Baz, A.I.      491 492 494 515 517
BCS binding energy of P donor      597
BCS interaction      see Interaction
Bechgaard, K.      634
Bello, M.F.      55 133
Bello, M.S.      443
Belyavskii, V.N.      493
Berestetskii, V.B.      493
Berezinskii, V.L.      474 624 640 642 643 653 654 659 660 661
Berggren, K. F.      559 595
Bergmann, D.J.      161; see Franzen N.-I. Imry Y.
Bergmann, G.      5 14 75 173 176 177 221 222 223
Bermon, S.      47
Bethe, H.A.      488 494
Bethin, J.      265
Bhagat, S.M.      131; see Rapp
Bhatnager, A.K.      213; see Crow J.F.
Bhatt, R.N.      111 126 224 235 238 239 240 241 251 252 253 254 256 257 270 271 272 274 276 277 278 280 282 292 307 514 559 560 561 595 579 582 584 587 595 239 508 512 546 547 549 579; K. Capizzi M. Milligan R.F. Paalanen M.A. Rosenbaum T.F. Thomas G.A.
Binder, K.      393; see Morgenstem I.
Birch, I.R.      490; see Bajaj K.K.
Bishop, D.J.      119 122 166 217 219 220 221 283 398; G.
Biskupski, G.      viii; see Dubois H.
Black, J.L.      117 118
Blagosklonskaya, L.E.      496
Blinowski, J.      402 460 461 473; R.
Bloch, A.N.      649; see Shante V.K.S.
Bloss, W.L.      221
Bogomolov, V.N.      50 51 56
Bohm Aharonov effect      170
Bohm, D.      170; see Aharonov U.
Bohr magneton      175
Borland, R.      646 647
boundary conditions      346
Bousquet, C.      281 282; J.L.
Boys, S.F.      597
Brandt, N.B.      295 296 400
Brazovskii, S.A.      635 667
Brenig, W.      299
Briggs, H.      viii; see Dubois H.
Broevs, A.N.      117; see Chaudhari P.
Bronevoi, I.L.      126
Brown, R.A.      494 495
Bruynseraede, Y.      213 166 221; L. Van C.
Bryksin, V.V.      654; see B$\ddot{o}$ttger H.
Buczko, R.      402
Bukhshtab, E.I.      75 116 125; Yu.F.
Bulaevskii, L.N.      634 635 662 667
Bums, M. J.      221 222; W.C.
Bums, M.J.      223 398
Bums, M.L.      494 495; R.A.
Butcher, P.M.      297 404 405 427 557; K.J. Hearn C.J.
Butenko, A.B.      75 116 125; Yu.F.
Bychkov, Yu. A.      625 629 630 633
Capek, V.      573
Capizzi, M.      239 254 266 281 508 512 530 546 547 549 238 240 241 561 579; G.A.
Capture coefficient      494
Cascade capture      495
Cascade excitations      294 352 373 374
Castellani, C.      7 55 133 161 206
Castner, T.G.      265 266 578; J.
Cavity model      324 326 332
Central cell potential      275 276
Chaikin, P.A.      398; see Bums M.J.
Chaikin, P.M.      223; see Bums M.J.
Chao, K.A.      559
Chaplik, A.V.      39
Charge density wave      608 631 632
Charge transfer      625-628
Chaudhari, P.      117 118 120
Chemical defect      634
chemical potential      319-320 344-346
Chenskii, E.V.      443
Chevallier, J.      296; see Baixeras J.
Chi, C.C.      117; see Chaudhari P.
Chibisov, M.I.      515 516 518; T.M.
Chistyakov, S.V.      76 119 121;
Chroboczek, J.A.      295 296 401 402;
Chudinov, S.M.      295 296 400;
Chui, T.      225 251 253 296 435
Cieloszyk, G.S.      265 266; T.G.
Clark, W.G.      664 666; L.C.
Classical impurity band (CIB)      412
Classical impurity band (CIB) model      413
Clausius Mosotti expression      265 266
Cluster model      596 664
Cluster model, computer simulation of      596
Cluster model, specific heat      598
Cochrane, R.W.      131
Coexistence of direct and kinetic type exchange      595
Coexistence of singly and doubly occupied states      570
Cohen, M.H.      269 557 664; Webman I.
Colwell, P.J.      242; see Doehler J.
Comes, R.      634; see Epstein A.J.
Commensurability      627 635
Compensation      283 284 307-308 310 321 325 331 334 339-340 494-495 557-558
Compton, W.D.      296 394 401 528 529; E.A.
Concentration      306 337 340 401-404 578 587 588 concentration
Concentration, critical      235 240 244 248 256 261 262 264 265 269-271 274 276-278 280 491
Concentration, intermediate regime      490 557 580 585 587 592 596
Conditional distribution      322-323
Conductivity      558 578 605
Conductivity ac      6 77 79 87-89 136 138 324 347-349 375 398 444-479 649
Conductivity dc      314 324 350 375 383-384 394-404 432-440 647 649
Conductivity, activated      311 321 344 371 394-397 557-558
Conductivity, classical      159 162
Conductivity, concentration dependence      578 587-588
Conductivity, frequency dependence      see Conductivity Conductivity
Conductivity, insulating phase      245-247
Conductivity, metallic phase      246-250 278-283
Conductivity, Mott Berezinskii law      637 640
Conductivity, non-ohmic      172 217
Conductivity, of interacting electrons      660 664
Conductivity, temperature dependence      6 77-88 117-122 125 132 135 137 138 605
Conductivity, tunneling      4 46 47-51 99 137
Conductivity, zero temperature      4 46 47-51 99 137
Configuration mixing      582
Conwell, E.M.      297 634; A.J.
Cooper channel      45 52 56 57 82-87 95-99 101-114 124 125 131-133 138
Cooper, L.N.      629; see Bardeen J.
Cooperon      22-24 43 58 64 65 71 72 82-84 92 94 95 100 109 114 164 182 183
Correlated motion      293-294 296 312-316 349 350-394 399-404
Correlation energy      588
correlation length      322 349
Coulomb gap      27 47 147 293-295 309-311 317-349 352-356 377 390 396-399 423 558 611
Coulomb gap near metallic surface      333-334 399
Coulomb gap width      323-341 424
Coulomb Greens function      515
Coulomb interaction      see Interaction Coulomb
Coutts, M.D.      435; see Abeles B.
Craven, R.A.      634; see Schultz T.D.
Critical concentration      see Concentration critical
critical exponent      563
Critical temperature for delocalization      536
Critical temperature for superconductivity      209
Crow, J.E.      211; see Strongin M.
Crow, J.F.      213
Cuevas, M.      239 274 296 356 394 395 401; H.
Cullis, P.R.      588
Curie law      257 258 573 659
Curie law Weiss plot      584 600 601
Curie law, effect of interactions on      662
Curie law, generalized      662 664
Curie law-type spin susceptibility      573 582 594
Cyclotron frequency      11
D$\ddot{o}$hler, G.      299; see Brenig W.
da Cunha Lima, I.C.      589; see Ferreira daSilva Kishore R.
Davies, J.H.      122 219 292 294 295 296 318 344 345 346 353 390 393 397 427 428 429 438 442 558 611 557; N.F.
Davies, R.A.      122 219 75 119 122 123 166 217 219 221; M.J.
Davis, E.A.      296 394 401 528 529 4 247 254 262 292 298 358 490 529 544 557 578 624 638; N.F.
Davis, R.A.      172; see Kaveh M.
Dean, R.I.      488
DeConde, K.      254 267 435 111 126 224 249 251 252 253; H.F. Rosenbaum T.F.
Delocalization by interaction      385 661
Delocalized states      491 623
Demeshina, A.I.      461 474
Demishev, S.V.      295 296 400; N.B.
Demkov, Y.N.      490 491 492
Density for amorphous semiconductors      419
Density for classical impurity bands      418-429
Density for dipole model      417
Density for lattice model      427
Density of excitations      295 318 344 347-348 electron-hole)
Density of first electron      569
Density of polarons      439
Density of second electron      569
Density of states      5 27-33 36-43 45-51 54 55 79-83 95-99 104 110 113 137 294-295 317-318 321-323 341-346 350 404 567 580
Density, adiabatic      351-352
Density, electron-hole      435
Density, local      214
Density, piling up of      570
Density, quasi-particle (pseudoparticle)      294 318 341 350-353 567 575
Density, single-particle      413 424 426 438
Density, thermalized      294 346
DeRosa, F.      239 508 512 530 546 547 549 238 239 240 241 561 579; Thomas G.A.
Dersch, U.      350
Deshmukh, V.G.I.      261 262 260 261; P.
Deutscher, G.      166 202 221 222 213 223 225 296 435; Y. Bums M.J. Chui T. McGinnis W.C. Van L. Van C.
Devlin, G.E      256 260 578 595; S. Kummer R.B. Romestain R. Walstedt R.E.
DiCastro, C.      7 55 133 161 206; C.
Dielectric approximation      309-311 323-329 332-333 355-359
dielectric constant      250 266 270 272 437 640
Dielectric function      309-311 324-326 353 357 359
Dielectric screening      358
Dielectric susceptibility      265-267
Dietl, T.      296 398 405
Diffusion      182 183 197
Diffusion constant      164
Diffusion pole      19-22 43 93-95 112 114 120 148
Dimensionless conductance      158
Dipole excitations      436
Dipole model      415
Dipole-dipole interaction      440
Direct Coulomb interaction      562
Direct exchange      562 589 590
DiSalvo, F.J.      608; see Wilson J.A.
Disorder      236
Disorder energy      302 310 321 331 334-341 385 397
Dissado, L.A.      349
Dodson, B.W.      126 249 270
Doehler, J.      242 243
Dolan, G.J.      166
Donor-acceptor complexes      625
Dorda, G.      170; see Eisele I.
Dorokhov, O.N.      654 655 653 654 643 644 645 661 664; V.L. Gorkov L.P.
Doubly occupied states      569 570 573 598 604 611
Drude tail      640
Dubois, H.      viii
Dynes, R.C.      47 48 166 185 217 219 221 278 398 119 122 166 217 219 220 221 126 249 270 283 398; D.J. Dodson B.W. Hertel G.
Dzyaloshinskii, I.E.      629 630 658 15 16 32 43 59 182 625 629 630 633 630 631 633 635 661; A. Bychkov Yu.A. Gorkov L.P.
Eaves, I.      490; see Bajaj K.K.
Ebert, G.      435
Ebisawa, H.      211 212 172; H. Maekawa S.
Edwards, P.P.      236 237
Edwards, S.F.      393
Efetov, K.B.      6 14 133 134
Effective Bohr radius      563 597
Efros, A.L.      27 137 292 293 294 295 302 318 319 323 341 342 343 344 345 346 349 352 373 374 295 296 312 353 354 355 356 359 394 396 397 398 399 414 415 417 418 419 421 422 423 424 426 427 429 430 431 433 434 435 438 439 443 446 479 558 611 624 652 656 657 344 345 346 416 424 426 427 428 436 438 441 442 443 457 479 55 133 297 299 308 319 321 344 354 414 427 433 434 462 465 475 490 493 515 522 524 530 624 639 657; Bello M.F. Bello M.S. Gelmont B.L. Nguyen V.L. Shklovskii B.I.
Einstein relations      27 79 95
Eisele, I.      170
Electric conductivity      see Conductivity
Electric field effects      254
Electron affinity      488
Electron correlations      559
Electron spin resonance      242 255 256
Electron spin resonance, induced hopping conduction      611
Electron spin resonance, spin susceptibility      582-583
Electron electron, collisions      60 64 65 70-73 78 119-121 125 135 138
Electron electron, Coulomb interaction      561
Electron phonon relaxation      638
Electron, extra      488
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