Quantum theory of the solid state : an introduction / Lev Kantorovich.

By: Kantorovich, LevMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Fundamental theories of physics ; 136Copyright date: Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers , 2004Edition: First EditionDescription: xxv, 626 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN: 9781402021534Subject(s): Solid state physics | Física del estado sólido | Quantum theory | Teoría cuánticaDDC classification: 530.41 LOC classification: QC176 | .K355 2004
Partial contents:
Structures -- The reciprocal lattice and X-ray diffraction -- Binding in Crystals -- Atomic vibrations -- Electrons in a periodic potential -- Magnetism -- Superconductivity -- Dielectric materials -- Modern methods of electronic structure calculations.
Abstract: "Quantum Physics of the Solid State: an Introduction" Draft foreword: 26/09/03 If only this book had been available when I was starting out in science! It would have saved me countless hours of struggle in trying to apply the general ideas of the standard solid-state text-books to solve real problems. The fact is that most of the texts stop at the point where the real difficulties begin. The
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 595-607).

Structures -- The reciprocal lattice and X-ray diffraction -- Binding in Crystals -- Atomic vibrations -- Electrons in a periodic potential -- Magnetism -- Superconductivity -- Dielectric materials -- Modern methods of electronic structure calculations.

"Quantum Physics of the Solid State: an Introduction" Draft foreword: 26/09/03 If only this book had been available when I was starting out in science! It would have saved me countless hours of struggle in trying to apply the general ideas of the standard solid-state text-books to solve real problems. The fact is that most of the texts stop at the point where the real difficulties begin. The

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