3 edition of Solid-state physical phenomena and effects. found in the catalog.
Solid-state physical phenomena and effects.
E. J. Scheibner
by Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta
Written in English
|Series||Georgia. State Engineering Experiment Station, Atlanta Special report, no. 40, Special report (Georgia Institute of Technology. Engineering Experiment Station) ;, no. 40.|
|LC Classifications||TA7 .G4 no. 40|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||63063966|
Browse Science > Solid State Physics eBooks to read online or download in EPUB or PDF format on your mobile device and PC. The book also discusses “folk theorems” to remind readers of the essence of the physics without mathematics, and includes 90 mini-biographies of prominent solid state physicists of the past and present to put a human face on the subject. An extensive solutions manual rounds out the book.
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One definition of Solid State Physics is it is the study of the physical (e.g. the electrical, dielectric, magnetic, elastic, and thermal) properties of solids in terms of basic physical laws. In one sense, Solid State Physics is more like chemistry than some other branches of physics because it focuses on common properties of large classes of. Other sections deal with major aspects of solid state physics controlled by other phenomena: super-conductivity, dielectric and magnetic properties, and magnetic resonance. The book does not require a formal knowledge of quantum mechanics, and includes over problems of varied length and difficulty.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scheibner, E.J. (Edwin Joseph), Solid-state physical phenomena and effects. Atlanta, Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E J Scheibner.
Solid State Phenomena explores the fundamentals of the structure and their influence on the properties of solids. This book is composed of five chapters that focus on the electrical and thermal conductivities of crystalline solids.
Chapter 1 describes the nature of solids. Solid State Physics provides a broad introduction to some of the principal areas of the physical phenomena in solid materials and is aimed broadly at undergraduate students of physics and engineering related subjects.
The physical properties of materials are intimately related to the crystalline symmetry of atoms as well as the atomic species : Paperback.
It aims to develop basic physical ideas that lead to a better understanding of phenomena and effects. Comprised of 11 chapters, this book discusses several topics on solid state physics: structure of solids; interference effects in crystals; lattice dynamics; perfect and imperfect crystals; electrons and electron theory of metals; semiconductors; electrical contact effects; transport phenomena, and magnetism.
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/5(2). Theoretical Solid Solid-state physical phenomena and effects.
book Physics, Volume 2 deals with the electron-lattice interaction and the effect of lattice imperfections.
Conductivity, semiconductors, and luminescence are discussed, with emphasis on the basic physical problems and the various phenomena derived from them.
A must-have textbook for any undergraduate studying solid state physics. This successful brief course in solid state physics is now in its second edition. The clear and concise introduction not only describes all the basic phenomena and concepts, but also such advanced issues as magnetism and by: Solid State Phenomena explores the fundamentals of the structure and their influence on the properties of solids.
This book is composed of five chapters that focus on the electrical and thermal conductivities of crystalline solids. Chapter 1 describes the nature of solids, particularly metals and crystalline Edition: 1. The book is a basic reference work for students, researchers, and lecturers in any area of solid-state physics.
Key Features Features additional material on nanostructures, giving students and lecturers the most significant features of low-dimensional systems, with focus on carbon allotropes. “Solid State Phenomena” (formerly Part B of “Diffusion and Defect Data” ) is a peer-reviewed journal which covers a set of research: fundamentals of the structures and their influence on the properties of solids, of experimental techniques and practical applications of materials, solid-state devices and structures in the context of the latest achievements in the area of.
The book also discusses “folk theorems” to remind readers of the essence of the physics without mathematics, and includes 90 mini-biographies of prominent solid state physicists of the past and present to put a human face on the subject.
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The book has been updated to include Peierls instability, magnetic bubbles, Gunn oscillators, solar cells, Alfven waves, electron hole drops, thermoelectric effects and other topics.
50 tables of solid state data are included, together with bibliographies and. This publication is intended primarily for physicists engaged in academic research or commercial device development and for honors students specializing in solid-state physics.
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This text explains the fundamental links between solid state phenomena and the basic laws of quantum mechanics, electromagnetism and thermodynamics. Its detailed discussion of electron and photon states are used to illuminate thermodynamic, electric, magnetic and optical phenomena, stressing their relation to the basic laws of physics/5(18).
A must-have textbook for any undergraduate studying solid state physics. This successful brief course in solid state physics is now in its second edition. The clear and concise introduction not only describes all the basic phenomena and concepts, but also such advanced issues as magnetism and superconductivity.
Each section starts with a gentle introduction, covering basic principles Author: Philip Hofmann. Nanoscale devices differ from larger microscale devices because they depend on the physical phenomena and effects that are central to their operation.
This textbook illuminates the behavior of nanoscale devices by connecting them to the electronic, as well as magnetic, optical and mechanical properties, which fundamentally affect nanoscale devices in fascinating ways.
Solid State Physics is written as per the core module syllabus of the major universities and targets undergraduate students. The book uses lecture style in explaining the concepts which would facilitate easy understanding of the concepts. The topics have been dealt with precision and provide adequate knowledge of the subject.
“This is a sophisticated book for people immersed in the study of fluid dynamics and aerodynamics; it will give them in-depth knowledge of both the physical phenomena and the mathematical equations that are used to describe and predict these phenomena.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/5.Solid State Physics Introduction Lecture notes.
This note covers the following topics: The electronic structure: tight-binding method and nearly free-electron model, Comparison of results for tight-binding and nearly-free electron model, Formalization: Bloch theorem, Phonons in one dimension, Periodicity, Effect of a basis on the electronic structure, Crystal structures, The reciprocal lattice.