Elementary Solid State Physics: Principles and Applications
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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Crystal Structures and Interatomic Forces
XRay Neutron and Electron Diffraction in Crystals
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absorption alloy atoms band structure beam Bloch Bloch electron bond Bravais lattice Brillouin Brillouin zone calculate carriers charge collision concentration conduction band conduction electrons corresponding covalent crystal cyclotron Debye decreases density determined dielectric constant diffraction diffusion dipolar dipole direction discussed dispersion curve dispersion relation effective mass electric field electrons and holes energy gap equal equation equilibrium evaluate excited factor Fermi ferromagnetic Figure free-electron frequency function GaAs given hence impurities increases interaction ionic ions lattice liquid magnetic field metals modes molecule momentum motion neutron Note nucleus optical orbital oscillator p-n junction particle phase phonon physical plane polarizability polarization potential properties quantum radiation range region resonance result room temperature rotation sample scattering Section semiconductor shown in Fig shows solid specific heat spin substance substitute superconducting surface symmetry thermal transition unit cell valence band vector velocity versus voltage wave wavelength x-ray zero zone