Solid State Physics: Problems and Solutions – László Mihály, Michael C. Martin – 1st Edition

Solving homework is the single most effective way for students to familiarize themselves with the language and details of solid state physics. Testing problem-solving ability is the best means at the professor’s disposal for measuring progress at critical points in the learning process. This enables any instructor to supplement end-of-chapter textbook assignments with a large number of challenging and engaging practice problems and discover a host of new ideas for creating exam questions.

Designed to be used in tandem with any of the excellent textbooks on this subject, Solid State Physics: Problems and provides a self-study approach through which advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate students can develop and test their skills while acclimating themselves to the demands of the discipline. Each problem has been chosen for its ability to illustrate key concepts, properties, and systems, knowledge of which is crucial in developing a complete understanding of the subject.

I. Problems
1. Crystal Structures
2. Interatomic Forces, Lattice Vibrations
3. Band Structure
4. Density of States
5. Elementary Excitations
6. Thermodynamics of Noninteracting Quasiparticles
7. Transport Properties
8. Optical Properties
9. Interactions and Phase Transitions
10. Mesoscopic and Nano-scale Systems
II. Solutions to Problems
1. Crystal Structures
2. Interatomic Forces, Lattice Vibrations
3. Electronic Band Structure
4. Density of States
5. Elementary Excitations
6. Thermodynamics of Noninteracting Quasiparticles
7. Transport Properties
8. Optical Properties
9. Interactions and Phase Transitions
10. Mesoscopic and Nano-scale Systems
Bibliography
Index

Title: Solid State Physics: Problems and Solutions
Author: László Mihály / Michael C. Martin
Edition: 1st Edition
ISBN: 352740855X | 978-3527408559
Type: eBook
Language: English
Solid State Physics
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