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0000 0001 2122 4204
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Binder, K.
Binder, K. Ed
Binder, Kurt
Dates: 
1944-
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Baumgärtner, A.
Baumgärtner, Artur
Brandt, Achi
Ciccotti, Giovanni
ebrary, Inc
Ferrario, Mauro
Granick, S.
Heermann, Dieter W.
Institut für Physik Affiliation (see also from)
Kob, Walter
Landau, David P. (1941- ))
Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung Affiliation (see also from)
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Applications of the Monte Carlo method in statistical physics
Cohesion and structure of surfaces
Computer-Simulation von Flüssigkeiten und Festkörpern : Drittes Standbein physikalischer Forschung neben Experiment und Theorie
Computer simulations in condensed matter systems : from materials to chemical biology.
Fluoride metabolism : proceedings of a satellite symposium of the 28 international congress of physiological sciences Vienna, 9-11 July 1980
Glassy materials and disordered solids : an introduction to their statistical mechanics
guide to Monte Carlo simulations in statistical physics, 2005:, A
Metody Monte-Karlo v statističeskoj fizike
Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics of condensed matter systems : Euroconference on computer simulation in condensed matter physics and chemistry, Como, 3-28 July 1995
Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations in polymer science
Monte Carlo e dinamica molecolare di sistemi di materia condensata
Monte Carlo method in condensed matter physics, The
Monte Carlo methods in statistical physics
Monte Carlo simulation in statistical physics : an introduction
Monte Carlo simulations in statistical physics
Multiscale computational methods in chemistry and physics
Museum für Völkerkunde in Wien, Das
NIC symposium 2014 : 12-13 February 2014, Jülich, Germany ; proceedings
Polymers in confined environments
Simulations of phase transitions in macromolecular systems
Statistical mechanics of polymers new developments ; selected contributions from the conference in Moscow (Russia), June 6 - 11, 2006
Theories and mechanism of phase transitions, heterophase polymerizations, homopolymerization, addition polymerization with 33 tables
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COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS
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