Elementary Solid State Physics: Principles and Applications

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1993 - Science - 669 pages
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This volume is intended to serve as a general text in solid state physics for undergraduates in physics, applied physics, engineering, and other related scientific disciplines. I also hope that it will serve as a useful reference too for the many workers engaged in one type of solid state research activity or another, who may be without formal training in the subject.

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Elementary solid state physics: principles and applications


Crystal Structures and Interatomic Forces
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