Introduction to Modern Solid State Physics
by Yuri M. Galperin
Number of pages: 477
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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by Adrianus J. Dekker - Prentice-Hall
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 for senior undergraduate and beginning graduate courses on the solid state in physics...
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 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.
by Chetan Nayak - University of California
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.