D. C. Transport in Composite Media

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  1. o``The Intermodulation Coefficient of an Inhomogeneous Sueprconductor,'' Kwangmoo Kim and David Stroud, J. Appl. Phys. 100, 113905-1 to 113905-8 (2006).

  2. o``Non-Saturating Magnetoresistance and Hall Coefficient Reversal in a Model Composite Semiconductor,'' V. Guttal and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 73, 085202 (2006).

  3. o``Model for a Macroscopically Disordered Conductor with an Exactly Linear High-Field Magnetoresistance,'' Vishwesha Guttal and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B71, 201304(R) (2005) (Rapid Communications).

  4. o``Response of Composite Media Made of Weakly Nonlinear Constituents,'' David J. Bergman and David G. Stroud, in Optical Properties of Nanostructured Random Media, edited by V. M. Shalaev (Springer, Berlin, 2002; publ;ished as Topics in Applied Physics, vol. 81), pp. 19-41 (2002>

  5. o ``Magnetoresistance of a Three-Component Composite: Percolation Near a Critical Line,'' Sergey V. Barabash, David J. Bergman, and D. Stroud, Physical Review B64, 174419 (2001) ABSTRACT

  6. o "Negative Magnetoresistance Produced by Hall Fluctuations in a Ferromagnetic Domain Structure,'' Sergey V. Barabash and D. Stroud, Applied Physics Letters79, 979 (2001).

  7. o ``High Field Magnetotransport in Composite Conductors: The Effective Medium Approximation Revisited,'' David J. Bergman and David G. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B62, 6603-6613 (2000).

  8. o ``Thermal Conductivity of Graded Composites: Numerical Simulations and an Effective Medium Approximation,'' P. M. Hui, X. Zhang, A. J. Markworth, and D. Stroud, J. Mater. Science 34 , 5497-5503 (1999). ABSTRACT

  9. o``The Effective Medium Approximations: Some Recent Developments,'' David Stroud, Superlattices and Microstructures 23, 567 (1998) ABSTRACT

  10. o ``Conductivity and Magnetoresistance of Periodic Composites by Network Discretization,'' K. D. Fisher and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B56 , 14366 (1997). ABSTRACT

  11. `` `Universal Conductance' at a Percolative Superconductor-Insulator Transition in Two Dimensions,'' D. Stroud, Physica A 207, 280-284 (1994).

  12. ``The Physical Properties of Macroscopically Inhomogeneous Media,'' D. J. Bergman and D. Stroud, Solid State Physics 46, 148-270 (1992).

  13. o ``Model for Dielectric Breakdown in Metal-Insulator Composites,'' D. R. Bowman and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 40, 4641 (1989).

  14. ``Mean Field Theory for Weakly Nonlinear Composites,'' X. C. Zeng, P. M. Hui, D. J. Bergman, and D. Stroud, Physica A 157, 192 (1989).

  15. ``Numerical Study of Transport Properties in Continuum Percolation'' X. C. Zeng, D. J. Bergman, and D. Stroud, J. Phys. A 21, L949 (1988)

  16. o ``Effective Medium Theory for Weakly Non-Linear Composites,'' X. C. Zeng, D. J. Bergman, P. M. Hui, and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 38, 10970 (1988) (Rapid Communications).

  17. o ``Nonlinear Susceptibilities of Granular Matter,'' D. Stroud and P. M. Hui, Phys. Rev. B 37, 8719 (1988).

  18. o ``Theory of the Hall Coefficient of Polycrystals: Application to a Simple Model for $La_{2-x}M_xCuO_4$ (M=Sr,Ba),'' T. K. Xia and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 37, 118 (1988).

  19. o ``Nonuniversal Breakdown Behavior in Superconducting and Dielectric Composites,'' C. J. Lobb, P. M. Hui and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 36, 1956 (1987).

  20. o ``Noise Exponent in Superconducting-Normal Metal Mixtures,'' P. M. Hui and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 34, 8101 (1986).

  21. o ``Scaling Theory of the Low-field Hall Coefficient Near a Percolation Threshold,'' D. J. Bergman and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B32, 6097 (1985).

  22. o ``A Percolation Model for Electrocatalysis on Microparticle Electrodes,'' D. C. Wright and D. Stroud, J. Electrochem. Soc. 132, 1507 (1985).

  23. o ``Application of the Effective-Medium Approximation to Cubic Geometries,'' R. S. Koss and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 32, 3456 (1985).

  24. ``Effective Medium Theories of Transport in Heterogeneous Media,'' D. Stroud, in The Physics and the Chemistry of Porous Media, M. Tomkiewicz and P. N. Sen, eds. (The Electrochemical Society, New York 1985), pp. 12-20 (invited paper).

  25. o ``New Exact Results for the Hall Coefficient and Magnetoresistance of Inhomogeneous Two-Dimensional Metals,'' D. Stroud and D. J. Bergman, Phys. Rev. B 30, 447 (1984).

  26. o ``Divergent Diamagnetism in Superconducting and Normal Metal Composites Near the Percolation Threshold,'' D. R. Bowman and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 299 (1984).

  27. o Critical Behavior of the Low-Field Hall Conductivity at a Percolation Threshold,'' D. J. Bergman, Y. Kantor, D. Stroud and I. Webman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 1512 (1983).

  28. o ``Influence of Macroscopic Defects on Transport in Anisotropic Conductors,'' J. Garner and D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 25, 3199 (1982).

  29. o ``Classical Theory of the Magnetoresistance and Hall Coefficient of Normal-Superconducting Composites,'' D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. Lett. 44, 1708 (1980).

  30. o ``Magnetoresistance and Hall Coefficient of Inhomogeneous Metals,'' D. Stroud and F. P. Pan, Phys. Rev. B 20, 455 (1979).

  31. o ``Effect of Isolated Inhomogeneities on the Galvanomagnetic Properties of Solids,'' D. Stroud and F. P. Pan, Phys. Rev. B 13, 1434 (1976).

  32. o ``Generalized Effective Medium Theory for the Conductivity of an Inhomogeneous Medium,'' D. Stroud, Phys. Rev. B 12, 3368 (1975).