Theoretical Solid State Physics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080157429, 9781483151533

Theoretical Solid State Physics

1st Edition

International Series in Natural Philosophy, Volume 1

Authors: Albert Haug
eBook ISBN: 9781483151533
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1972
Page Count: 512
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Theoretical Solid State Physics, Volume 1 focuses on the study of solid state physics. The volume first takes a look at the basic concepts and structures of solid state physics, including potential energies of solids, concept and classification of solids, and crystal structure. The book then explains single-electron approximation wherein the methods for calculating energy bands; electron in the field of crystal atoms; laws of motion of the electrons in solids; and electron statistics are discussed. The text describes general forms of solutions and relationships, including collective electron interactions, Hartree-Fock and Heitler-London methods, and electron-electron scattering. The volume also reviews the magnetic properties of solids. Paramagnetism and diamagnetism of free electrons, solids, and atoms; behavior of electrons in a magnetic field; and basic concepts of magnetism are discussed. The book also considers the dielectric properties of solids and dynamics of crystal lattices. The volume is a dependable source of data for readers interested in solid state physics.

Table of Contents

Contents of Volume 1 Contents of Volume 2 Foreword I. Basic Concepts and Structure of Solid State Physics

1. Concept and Classification of Solids 2. Crystal Structure 3. The Separation of Electron and Lattice Properties 4. The Potential Energies in Solids

II. The Electrons in the Crystal A. the single-electron approximation

5. The Electron in the Crystal's Periodic Potential 6. The Electron in the Field of the Crystal Atoms 7. Brillouin Zones and Energy Bands 8. The One-dimensional Crystal Model 9. Methods for Calculating the Energy Bands 10. Inferences from the Energy Band Spectrum 11. Electron Statistics 12. The Laws of Motion of the Electrons in Solids 13. The Effective Mass Concept 14. Holes 15. Approximation Methods in the Presence of Extra Fields 16. Interband Transitions in Strong Fields 17. Radiative Transitions 18. Emission Processes 19. Contact Problems B. The Many-Electron Problem 20. General Form of Solutions and Relationships 21. The Hartree-Fock Method 22. Excited States. Excitons 23. The Heitler-London Method 24. Collective Electron Interactions 25. Electron-Electron Scattering 26. Summary C. Crystal Binding 27. The Binding Energy 28. Metallic Binding 29. Binding of Ionic Crystals 31. Valence Binding 32. The Work Function D. Magnetic Properties of Solids 33. Basic Concepts of Magnetism 34. Behaviour of Electrons in a Magnetic Field 35. Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism of Atoms 36. Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism of Free Electrons 37. Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism of Solids 38. Ferromagnetism 39. Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism E. Dielectric Properties of Solids 40. Permittivity 41. The Classical Theory of Permittivity 42. Quantum-mechanical Treatment of Permittivity 43. Ferroelectricity

III. The Crystal Lattice

44. Statics of the Crystal Lattice 45. Dynamics of

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No. of pages:
512
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1972
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483151533

About the Author

Albert Haug

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