## Theoretical Solid State Physics, Volume 2Used widely in courses and frequently sought as a reference, this 2-volume work features comprehensive coverage of its subject. Volume 1 examines the fundamental theory of equilibrium properties of perfect crystalline solids. Volume 2 addresses non-equilibrium properties, defects, and disordered systems. 1973 edition. |

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### Contents

Transport | 681 |

Optical Properties | 783 |

b Noble metals | 822 |

a XiZXct | 920 |

Polarons and Excitons | 938 |

Defects and Disordered Systems | 985 |

conductors | 1018 |

Superconductivity | 1048 |

Thermal conductivity of superconductors | 1149 |

Polaron energy in continuum polarization model | 1156 |

Small polaron motion in molecular crystal model | 1166 |

3 Displaced charge round vacancy in a metal | 1174 |

5 Screening of charged defect in strong magnetic field | 1182 |

Phonons in disordered systems | 1188 |

Part B Nonsymmorphic lattices | 1220 |

Spinorbit coupling and timereversal symmetry | 1246 |

Boltzmann equation for electrons scattered by phonons | 1137 |

Deformation potentials | 1143 |

Lattice vibrations | 1267 |

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