Solid State Physics
by Adrianus J. Dekker
Publisher: Prentice-Hall 1957
Number of pages: 540
The purpose of this book is to introduce the reader to the study of the physical properties of crystalline solids. My aim has been to write an introductory text suitable for senior undergraduate and beginning graduate courses on the solid state in physics, engineering, chemistry, and metallurgy.
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by Steven H. Simon - Oxford University
Contents: Physics of Solids without Considering Microscopic Structure; Putting Materials Together; Toy Models of Solids in One Dimension; Geometry of Solids; Neutron and X-Ray Diffraction; Electrons in Solids; Magnetism and Mean Field Theories.
by Frank Göhmann - arXiv.org
This is an introduction to the basic concepts, meaning that the emphasis is on the single-particle aspects. The emphasis is on the explanation of concepts and basic ideas, and the justification of the use of simplified 'model Hamiltonians'.
by Carl Hepburn
It is a little known fact, that Ms Spears is an expert in semiconductor physics. Not content with just singing and acting, in the following pages, she will guide you in the fundamentals of the vital semiconductor laser components.
by Mark Jarrell - Louisiana State University
Lecture notes for an introductory graduate level course in solid state physics. Topics covered are crystal structures, symmetry, diffraction, lattice dynamics, structure of solids, magnetism, electronic transport, superconductivity, semiconductors.