Kittel`s Introduction to Solid State Physics (Global Edition)(Paperback)
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In the past editions, several changes as well as much clarification have been bought into the text:
• An important chapter has been added on nanophysics, contributed by anactive worker in the field, Professor Paul L. McEuen of Cornell University. Nanophysics is the science of materials with one, two, or three small dimensions, where "small" means nanometer 10-9 m) This field is the most exciting and vigorous addition to solid state science in the last ten years.
• The text makes use of the simplifications made possible by the universal availability of computers. Bibliographies and references have been nearly eliminated because simple computer searches using keywords on a sear chengine such as Google will quickly generate many useful and more recent references. As an example of what can be done on the web, explore the entry http://www.physicsweb.org/bestof/cond-mat. No lack of honor is intended by the omissions of early or traditional references to the workers who first worked on the problems of the solid state.
• The order of the chapters has been changed: superconductivity and magnetism appear earlier, thereby making it easier to arrange an interesting one-semester course.
In this Global edition, further changes made are:
• Chapter on dielectrics and ferroelectrics has been moved before plasmons, polaritons, and polarons as the knowledge of former is required for discussing optical properties and processes.
• A number of new problems have been added to most of the chapters, while many of the problems are those of the earlier editions.
●A very important chapter on nanophysics has been written by an active worker in the field, Professor Paul L. McEuen of Cornell University. This field is the liveliest addition to solid state science during the past ten years.
●The crystallographic notation conforms with current usage in physics. Important equations in the body of the text are repeated in SI and CGS-Gaussian units, where these differ.
●The text uses the simplifications made possible by the wide availability of computer technology. Searches using keywords on a search engine (such as Google) easily generate many fresh and useful references.
CHAPTER 1: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE.
CHAPTER 2: WAVE DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE.
CHAPTER 3: CRYSTAL BINDING AND ELASTIC CONSTANTS.
CHAPTER 4: PHONONS I. CRYSTAL VIBRATIONS.
CHAPTER 5: PHONONS II. THERMAL PROPERTIES.
CHAPTER 6: FREE ELECTRON FERMI GAS.
CHAPTER 7: ENERGY BANDS.
CHAPTER 8: SEMICONDUCTOR CRYSTALS.
CHAPTER 9: FERMI SURFACES AND METALS.
CHAPTER 10: SUPERCONDUCTIVITY.
CHAPTER 11: DIAMAGNETISM AND PARAMAGNETISM.
CHAPTER 12: FERROMAGNETISM AND ANTIFERROMAGNETISM.
CHAPTER 13: MAGNETIC RESONANCE.
CHAPTER 14: DIELECTRICS AND FERROELECTRICS.
CHAPTER 15: PLASMONS, POLARITONS, AND POLARONS.
CHAPTER 16: OPTICAL PROCESSES AND EXCITONS.
CHAPTER 17: SURFACE AND INTERFACE PHYSICS.
CHAPTER 18: NANOSTRUCTURES.
CHAPTER 19: NONCRYSTALLINE SOLIDS.
CHAPTER 20: POINT DEFECTS.
CHAPTER 21: DISLOCATIONS.
CHAPTER 22: ALLOYS.