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The modern theory of solids

By: Seitz, Frederick.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York McGraw-Hill 1940Description: xv; 698 p. tbls.Subject(s): FISICA | ESTADOS DE LA MATERIA | FISICA DEL ESTADO SOLIDODDC classification: 530.41 Summary: Empirical classification of solid types. The classical theory of ionic crystals. The specific heats of simples solids. The free-electron theory of metals and semi-conductors. Quantum mechanical foundation. Approximate treatment of the many-body problem. Molecular binding. The band approximation. Approximational methods. The cohesive energy. The work function and the surface barrier. The excited electronic states of solids. The electronic structure of the five solid types. The dynamics of nuclear motion; phase changes. The magnetic properties of solids. The optical properties of solids.
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Empirical classification of solid types. The classical theory of ionic crystals. The specific heats of simples solids. The free-electron theory of metals and semi-conductors. Quantum mechanical foundation. Approximate treatment of the many-body problem. Molecular binding. The band approximation. Approximational methods. The cohesive energy. The work function and the surface barrier. The excited electronic states of solids. The electronic structure of the five solid types. The dynamics of nuclear motion; phase changes. The magnetic properties of solids. The optical properties of solids.

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