Solid State Physics

Author: J. S. Blakemore

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Science

Page: 506

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Updated to reflect recent work in the field, this book emphasizes crystalline solids, going from the crystal lattice to the ideas of reciprocal space and Brillouin zones, and develops these ideas for lattice vibrations, for the theory of metals, and for semiconductors. The theme of lattice periodicity and its varied consequences runs through eighty percent of the book. Other sections deal with major aspects of solid state physics controlled by other phenomena: superconductivity, dielectric and magnetic properties, and magnetic resonance.

Solid State Physics

Author: Henry Ehrenreich

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 192

View: 999

Solid state physics is the branch of physics that is primarily devoted to the study of matter in its solid phase, especially at the atomic level. This prestigious serial presents timely and state-of-the-art reviews pertaining to all aspects of solid state physics.

Solid-State Physics

An Introduction to Principles of Materials Science

Author: Harald Ibach

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 536

View: 259

This new edition of the well-received introduction to solid-state physics provides a comprehensive overview of the basic theoretical and experimental concepts of materials science. Experimental aspects and laboratory details are highlighted in separate panels that enrich text and emphasize recent developments. Notably, new material in the third edition includes sections on important new devices, aspects of non- periodic structures of matter, phase transitions, defects, superconductors and nanostructures. Students will benefit significantly from solving the exercises given at the end of each chapter. This book is intended for university students in physics, materials science and electrical engineering. It has been thoroughly updated to maintain its relevance and usefulness to students and professionals.

Solid State Physics

An Introduction

Author: Philip Hofmann

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 233

View: 198

Filling a gap in the literature for a brief course in solid state physics, this is a clear and concise introduction that not only describes all the basic phenomena and concepts, but also discusses such advanced issues as magnetism and superconductivity. This textbook assumes only basic mathematical knowledge on the part of the reader and includes more than 100 discussion questions and some 70 problems, with solutions as well as further supplementary material available free to lecturers from the Wiley-VCH website.

Solid State Physics

Author:

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 547

View: 922

Solid State Physics

Solid-State Physics

Introduction to the Theory

Author: James Patterson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 827

View: 138

While the standard solid state topics are covered, the basic ones often have more detailed derivations than is customary (with an empasis on crystalline solids). Several recent topics are introduced, as are some subjects normally included only in condensed matter physics. Lattice vibrations, electrons, interactions, and spin effects (mostly in magnetism) are discussed the most comprehensively. Many problems are included whose level is from "fill in the steps" to long and challenging, and the text is equipped with references and several comments about experiments with figures and tables.

Advanced Solid State Physics

Author: Philip Phillips

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 402

View: 966

Introduces students to the key research topics within modern solid state physics with the minimum of mathematics.

Introduction to solid state physics

Author: Charles Kittel

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 599

View: 115

Since the publication of the first edition over 50 years ago, Introduction to Solid State Physics has been the standard solid state physics text for physics students. The author's goal from the beginning has been to write a book that is accessible to undergraduates and consistently teachable. The emphasis in the book has always been on physics rather than formal mathematics. With each new edition, the author has attempted to add important new developments in the field without sacrificing the book's accessibility and teachability. * A very important chapter on nanophysics has been written by an active worker in the field. This field is the liveliest addition to solid state science during the past ten years * The text uses the simplifications made possible by the wide availability of computer technology. Searches using keywords on a search engine (such as Google) easily generate many fresh and useful references