The authors cover in simple terms the various methods and theories developed over the past ten years to study surface growth they describe how one can use fractal concepts successfully to describe and predict the morphology resulting from various growth processes. Part 1 introduces the concepts of surface and interface growth as well as scaling and fractals which are basically the language of this field for example dynamic scaling discussed in chapter 2 is the key concept used by researchers in the analysis of the morphology and evolu tion of surfaces and interfaces. In both cases in addition to the models and analytical approaches the authors describe the relevant experimental results as well this text contains homework problems at the ends of chapters and will be invaluable for advanced undergraduates graduate students and researchers in physics materials science chemistry and engineering and especially those interested in condensed matter . Fractal concepts in surface growth for a fractal surface roughness described by root mean squared value r q also known as rm s of a fractal surface followed a power law relationship with . Get this from a library fractal concepts in surface growth albert laszlo barabasi h eugene stanley the use of fractal concepts in understanding various growth phenomena such as molecular beam epitaxy mbe or fluid flow in porous media is increasingly important these days this book introduces
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