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Numerical Problems in Solid State Physics
Author(s): M. A. Wahab

ISBN:    978-81-8487-056-5 
E-ISBN:   
Publication Year:   Reprint 2013
Pages:   356
Binding:   Paper Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   510


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About the book

NUMERICAL PROBLEMS IN SOLID STATE PHYSICS presents a collection of solved examples, unsolved review problems and multiple type of questions on different topics of Solid State Physics/Condensed Matter. The author felt the need of such a book in view of the fact of growing number of competitive examinations at various levels conducted by universities,UGC/CSIR, UPSC, etc. where the questions are generally of numerical in nature. This book contains twelve chapters on different topics of Solid State Physics/Condensed Matter and dealt with more than seven hundred solved examples and unsolved problems. This book will be extremely helpful to the faculty members associated with the field, the students of B.Sc (H), M.Sc and B. Tech related subjects and the students appearing in various competitive examinations.


Key Features

  • Simple presentation Examples are based on various fundamental concepts



Table of Contents

Preface / Units of Measurements / Physical Constants / Conversion Factors / Basic Crystallography / Atomic Shape and Size / Atomic Bonding and Packing / Crystal Imperfections and Atomic Diffusion / Lattice Vibrations and Thermal Properties of Materials / Diffraction of Waves and Particles / Electrical Properties of Materials / Band Theory and Fermi Surfaces / Semi conducting Properties of Materials / Dielectric and Optical Properties of Materials / Magnetic Properties of Materials / Superconducting Properties of Materials / Index.




Audience

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students in Physics


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