Solid State Physics
by Peter E. Blöchl
Publisher: TU Clausthal 2012
Number of pages: 205
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; Electronic structure methods and the PAW method; Born-Oppenheimer approximation and Classical Limit; etc.
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