## e-books in Solid State Physics category

**Many-Particle Theory of Highly Excited Semiconductors**

by

**Roland Zimmermann**-

**Teubner-Verlag**,

**1988**

Theory of highly excited semiconductors is dealt with from a many-particle point of view using the Green's function formalism. Basic relations for thermodynamic and optical properties are derived. Gap shift and exciton line shift are investigated ...

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**640**views)

**Solid State Physics**

by

**Peter E. BlĂ¶chl**-

**TU Clausthal**,

**2012**

Contents: The covalent bond; The use of symmetry; From bonds to bands; From atoms to solids; The Standard model of solid-state physics; Spin orbitals; Many-Particle wave functions; The Hartree-Fock approximation; Density functional theory; etc.

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**1216**views)

**Lecture Notes for Solid State Physics**

by

**Steven H. Simon**-

**Oxford University**,

**2012**

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.

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**2007**views)

**Solid State Theory**

by

**Manfred Sigrist**-

**ETH Zurich**,

**2014**

Contents: Electrons in the periodic crystal; Semiconductors; Metals - properties of interacting electrons; Landau's Theory of Fermi Liquids; Transport properties of metals; Magnetism in metals; Mott insulators and the magnetism of localized moments.

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**3557**views)

**Vibrational Thermodynamics of Materials**

by

**Brent Fultz**-

**Caltech**,

**2009**

The literature on vibrational thermodynamics of materials is reviewed. The emphasis is on metals and alloys, especially on the progress over the last decade in understanding differences in the vibrational entropy of different alloy phases.

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**3980**views)

**Solid State Physics**

by

**Chetan Nayak**-

**University of California**,

**2000**

From the table of contents: What is Condensed Matter Physics? Length, time, energy scales; Review of Quantum Mechanics; Review of Statistical Mechanics; Broken Translational Invariance in the Solid State; Electronic Bands.

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**5810**views)

**Solid State Theory**

by

**Johannes Roth**-

**Universitaet Stuttgart**,

**2009**

From the table of contents: Crystal Structure, Diffraction; Lattice vibrations; Electrons in periodic potentials; Identical particles; Second Quantization; Fermi Gas; Superconductivity; Magnetism; Green's functions; Hartree-Fock.

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**7473**views)

**A Course in Solid State Physics**

by

**Mark Jarrell**-

**Louisiana State University**,

**2001**

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.

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**8090**views)

**Britney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics**

by

**Carl Hepburn**,

**2009**

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.

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**14125**views)

**Introduction to Modern Solid State Physics**

by

**Yuri M. Galperin**,

**2008**

This introduction to modern solid state physics covers basic concepts (geometry of lattices, lattice vibrations, electrons in a lattice), normal metals and semiconductors, basics of quantum transport, and superconductivity.

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**10151**views)

**Worked Examples in the Geometry of Crystals**

by

**H. K. D. H. Bhadeshia**-

**Institute of Metals**,

**2006**

The monograph deals with the mathematical crystallography of materials. It covers orientation relationships, aspects of deformation, martensitic transformations and interfaces. Intended for students and anyone interested in phase transformations.

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**11304**views)