Theoretical Solid State Physics, Volume 2

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Courier Corporation, 1985 - Science - 15 pages
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Used 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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William Jones holds a master's degree from the University of Denver. He has a diverse background in mathematics and enjoys coding very complex algorithms in C++ and SQL.

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