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Marder M.P. — Condensed matter physics
Marder M.P. — Condensed matter physics

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Название: Condensed matter physics

Автор: Marder M.P.

Аннотация:

This new work presents for the first time in decades a sweeping review of the whole field of condensed matter physics. It consolidates new and classic topics from disparate sources, teaching "not only about the effective masses of electrons in semiconductor crystals and band theory, but also about quasicrystals, dynamics of phase separation, why rubber is more floppy than steel, electron interference in nanometer-sized channels, and the quantum Hall effect."
Six major areas are covered-atomic structure, electronic structure, mechanical properties, electron transport, optical properties, and magnetism. But rather than defining the field in terms of particular materials, the author focuses on the way condensed matter physicists approach physical problems, combining phenomenology and microscopic arguments with information from experiments. For graduate students and professionals, researchers and engineers, applied mathematicians and materials scientists, Condensed Matter Physics provides:
* An exciting collection of new topics from the past two decades.
* A thorough treatment of classic topics, including band theory, transport theory, and semiconductor physics.
* Over 300 figures, incorporating many images from experiments.
* Frequent comparison of theory and experiment, both when they agree and when problems are still unsolved. * More than 50 tables of data and a detailed index.
* Ample end-of-chapter problems, including computational exercises.
* Over 1000 references, both recent and historically significant.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2000

Количество страниц: 928

Добавлена в каталог: 04.12.2013

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Предметный указатель
$Bi_{2}Te_{3}$, thermoelectric      457
$CaFl_{2}$, structure      26
$CaFl_{2}$, table of similar compounds      27
$CaTiO_{3}$, structure      28
$CaTiO_{3}$, table of similar compounds      29
$CO_{2}$, critical point      691
$CrBr_{3}$, scaling data      702
$CuO_{2}$, base for superconductors      828
$Cu_{2}O$, crystal habits      5
$Cu_{2}O$, optical absorption      594
$C_{60}$      124
$Fe_{3}C$      88
$F_{2}$ center      628
$La_{2—x}Ba_{x}CuO_{4}$      828
$MnF_{2}$, critical phenomena      697
$NbSe_{2}$, Abrikosov lattice      794
$Nb_{3}Ge$, high superconducting temperature      828
$N_{2}$      211
$SiO_{2}$      106
$UBe_{13}$      772 773
$UPt_{4}$      772
$V_{k}$ center      628
$YBa_{2}Cu_{3}O_{x}$      829
$Y_{2}O_{3}$, thermoelectric      457
$\alpha$, $\alpha_{T}$, linear expansion      325
$\alpha$, Cartesian index      288
$\alpha$, critical exponent      696
$\alpha$, fine structure constant      711
$\alpha$, Landau — Ginzburg theory coefficient      788
$\alpha$, Madelung constant      271
$\alpha$, magnetic anisotropy      685
$\alpha$, optical absorption coefficient      102 566
$\alpha$, overlap integral for atomic orbitals      236
$\alpha$, polarizability      267 362
$\alpha$, Seebeck coefficient      456
$\beta$, $\beta = 1/k_{B}T$      97
$\beta$, $\beta$-brass      690
$\beta$, $\beta_{T}$, linear expansion      325
$\beta$, Cartesian index      288
$\beta$, critical exponent      696
$\beta$, Landau — Ginzburg theory coefficient      788
$\beta$, scaling function      506
$\chi$, $\chi_{c}$, charge susceptibility      577
$\chi$, $\chi_{l}$, basis function in LMTO method      244
$\chi$, dielectric susceptibility      362
$\chi$, group character      176
$\chi$, magnetic susceptibility      672
$\chi$, spin eigenfunctions      206
$\delta$, $\delta(\vec{r})$ or $\delta_{ll^{'}}$, delta function      48
$\delta$, $\vec{\delta}$, nearest neighbor vectors      198
$\delta$, Cartesian index      288
$\delta$, critical exponent      696
$\Delta$, expansion parameter      186
$\delta$, integer for stacking period      71
$\Delta$, superconducting gap      815
$\epsilon$, $\vec{\epsilon}$, phonon polarization      307
$\epsilon$, dielectric function      361
$\epsilon$, fraction for interplanar spacing      71
$\epsilon$, Lennard — Jones energy      265
$\eta$, critical exponent      697
$\eta$, imaginary part of energy      494
$\eta$, viscosity      104
$\gamma$, $\gamma_{T}$, Grueneisen parameter      325
$\gamma$, $\hat{\gamma}$, electron creation and annihilation operators      818
$\Gamma$, Berry phase      202
$\Gamma$, Brillouin zone symmetry point      170
$\gamma$, Cartesian index      288
$\gamma$, critical exponent      696
$\Gamma$, decay rate      338
$\Gamma$, fracture energy      365
$\gamma$, Sommerfeld parameter      150
$\gamma$, sum of Gaussians      210
$\kappa$, $\kappa_{c}$, electron-ion screening length      804
$\kappa$, extinction coefficient      566
$\kappa$, flow stress      387
$\kappa$, ratio of superconducting penetration depth and coherence length      792
$\kappa$, thermal conductivity      414
$\kappa$, vorticity      399
$\lambda$, $\lambda$ point in liquid helium      389
$\lambda$, $\lambda_{ep}$, electron-phonon interaction in McMillan theory of superconductivity      828
$\lambda$, $\lambda_{L}$, London penetration depth      784
$\lambda$, eigenvalue      238
$\lambda$, Lame constant      291
$\lambda$, wavelength      65
$\mathcal{A}$, Richardson — Dushman constant      522
$\mathcal{C}$, $\mathcal{C}_{\alpha\beta\gamma\delta}$, tensor for linear elasticity      289
$\mathcal{C}$, capacitance      554
$\mathcal{C}$, constant      271
$\mathcal{C}$, cyclic point group      33
$\mathcal{C}$, extensive specific heat      317
$\mathcal{D}$, diffusion constant      95
$\mathcal{D}$, logarithmic derivatives      244
$\mathcal{E}$, $\mathcal{E}_{F}$, Fermi energy      142
$\mathcal{E}$, $\mathcal{E}_{g}$, energy gap      188
$\mathcal{E}$, $\mathcal{E}_{n\bar{k}}$, band energies      157
$\mathcal{E}$, energy      14
$\mathcal{F}$, free energy      88
$\mathcal{H}$, Hamiltonian      137
$\mathcal{K}$, spring constant      43
$\mathcal{M}$, multiplicity      67
$\mathcal{N}$, depolarization factor      613
$\mathcal{O}$, order parameter      100
$\mathcal{P}$, probability      111
$\mathcal{R}$, Hall coefficient      461
$\mathcal{R}$, polymer radius of gyration      112
$\mathcal{R}$, radial wave function      233
$\mathcal{R}$, rotation matrix      13
$\mathcal{S}$, applied stress      293
$\mathcal{T}$, time period      429
$\mathcal{V}$, volume      49
$\mathcal{W}$, half-bandwidth      198 763
$\mu$, $\mu^{*}$, Coulomb interaction in McMillan theory of superconductivity      828
$\mu$, $\mu_{B}$, Bohr magneton      678
$\mu$, chemical potential      78
$\mu$, Lame constant      291
$\mu$, magnetic permeability      672
$\mu$, mobility      541
$\nu$, critical exponent      697
$\nu$, Landau level, filling fraction      720
$\nu$, Poisson's ratio      293
$\omega$, $\omega_{c}$, cyclotron frequency      584
$\omega$, $\omega_{p}$, plasma frequency      568
$\Omega$, $\vec{\Omega}$, anomalous velocity      429
$\omega$, frequency      44
$\Omega$, solid angle      45
$\Omega$, volume of unit cell      165
$\Phi$, $\Phi$, magnetic flux      720
$\Phi$, $\Phi_{0}$, magnetic flux quantum      720
$\phi$, $\phi_{\mathcal{E}\vec{k}}$, augmented plane wave basis function      241
$\phi$, analytic function      366
$\phi$, Hartree Fock basis functions      206
$\phi$, phase      197
$\Phi$, Phonon dynamical matrix      306
$\phi$, two body potential      14
$\phi$, work function      78
$\pi$, 3.14159 ...      9
$\pi$, canonical momentum      430
$\Pi$, grand potential      144
$\Pi$, momentum tensor      376
$\Pi$, Peltier coefficient      457
$\Psi$, wave function      137
$\rho$, mass density      292
$\rho$, resistivity      414
$\sigma$, $\sigma_{\alpha\beta}$, conductivity tensor      452
$\sigma$, $\sigma_{\alpha\beta}$, stress tensor      289
$\Sigma$, dimensionless stress      366
$\sigma$, electrical conductivity      414
$\sigma$, Lennard — Jones radius      265
$\sigma$, scattering cross section      45
$\sigma$, spin index      206
$\Sigma$, sum      48
$\tau$, $\tau_{\mathcal{E}}$, energy-dependent relaxation time      447
$\tau$, golden mean      117
$\tau$, relaxation time      413
$\Theta$, $\Theta$ solvent      115 385
$\Theta$, $\Theta_{D}$, Debye temperature      322
$\theta$, angle      47
$\Theta$, Curie — Weiss temperature      679
$\theta$, Heaviside step function      118
$\vec{k}\cdot\hat{P}$ method      417
$\xi$, $\vec{\xi}$, random force      99
$\xi$, correlation length      697
$\Xi$, random vector      97
$\xi$, screening length      223
$\xi$, superconducting coherence length      789
$\zeta$, complex variable, $\zeta = x + iy$      366
$^{3}He$      see also "Fermi liquid theory"
$^{3}He$, first sound      470 473
$^{3}He$, scattering time      473
$^{3}He$, superfluidity      403
$^{3}He$, table of Fermi liquid parameters      473
$^{3}He$, zero sound measured      474
$^{4}He$, $\lambda$ point      389
$^{4}He$, chemical potentials      391
$^{4}He$, entropy      391
$^{4}He$, equilibrium crystal      4
$^{4}He$, first sound      394
$^{4}He$, fountain effect      390
$^{4}He$, ground state      389
$^{4}He$, ions in      396
$^{4}He$, neutron scattering      395
$^{4}He$, phase as superfluid velocity      398
$^{4}He$, rotation      398
$^{4}He$, second sound      393—395
$^{4}He$, second sound experiment      395
$^{4}He$, structure factor      403
$^{4}He$, superfluid      389—403
$^{4}He$, thermal gradients      392
$^{4}He$, two-fluid model      390 392—395
$^{4}He$, vortices      396 398
$^{4}He$, wave function      396
1-2-3 compound      829
1/f noise      488
1/N expansion      755
2DEG      see "Two-dimensional electron gas""
a, $a^{at}$ atomic wave functions      235
A, $A_{l}$, cohesive energy lattice sum      268
a, $\hat{a}$, phonon annihilation operator      314
A, $\vec{A}$, vector potential      420
A, area      343
A, Einstein A coefficient      597
A, hexagonal Brillouin zone symmetry point      171
a, lattice constant      6
a, neutron scattering length      330
a, primary lattice constant      19
A, scattering amplitude      44
Ab initio      220
Abel, W.R.      473 474 478
Abeles, F.      635 667
Abrahams, E.      505 514 840
Abrahams, S.C.      64 67
Abrikosov lattice      794
Abrikosov, A.A.      578 581 792 837
Absorption coefficient      566 570 576
Acceptors      489
Acceptors, table of binding energies      530
Accidental degeneracy      180
Acoustic branch      311
Acoustic phonons      see "Phonons acoustic"
Acoustic waves      294
Adiabatic theorem      463
Adler, D.      516
Adsorption      73
Ag, de Haas — van Alphen oscillations      433
Ag, magnetoresistance      462
Ag, photoemission from      653
Ag, pseudopotential for      232
Ag, specific heat      135 322
AgCu phase diagram      90
Agullo — Rueda, F.      440
Aharoni, A.      xxii 130 686 705
Aharonov — Bohm effect      722—724
Aharonov, Y.      722 742
Ahlers, G.      705
Ahlskog, M.      509 514
Ain, M.      759 779
Aksenov, V.L.      839
Al'tshuler, B.L.      514
Al, band structure      250
Al, cohesive energy      280 281
Al, plasmons      645
Al, pseudopotential for      232 254
Al, residual resistivity ratio      487
Al, resistivity      484 510
Al, specific heat      326
Al, superconducting specific heat      827
Al, superconducting spin relaxation      827
Al, thermal expansion      326
Alberts, H.L.      705
Alekseevskii, N.E.      462 478
Alexander, H.      373
Alexander, L.E.      67
Alkali halides, cohesive energy      269—272
Alkali halides, table of cohesive energies      273
Alkali halides, table of optical F center properties      626
Alkali metals, band structure      250
Alkali metals, cohesive energy      272
Alkali metals, Fermi surfaces      434
Alkali metals, optical absorption      648 664
Alkali metals, pseudopotentials      232
Alkali metals, resistivity      486
Alkali metals, table of ionization potentials      269
Allen, P.B.      837
Allen, S.M.      95 129
Allotropic      5
Alloys      87—99
Alloys, interstitial      89
Alloys, primary      89
Alloys, secondary      89
Alloys, substitutional      89
Allum, D.R.      396 408
Alumina, amber      517
Alumina, grains      94
Amelinckx, S.      349 373
Ammann lines      122
Analytic continuation      367 569
Andersen, O.K.      243 258
Anderson, A.C.      478
Anderson, J.R.      668
Anderson, P.W.      514 515 606 705 779 837
Anderson, P.W., Josephson effect      797
Anderson, P.W., last word on high $T_{c}$      833
Anderson, P.W., localization      500
Anderson, P.W., magnetic impurity      764
Anderson, P.W., scaling theory of Kondo problem      764
Anderson, P.W., spin glasses      691
Ando, T.      742
Andre, G.      516
Andrei, N.      763 779
Andronikashvili, E.L.      389 408
Angell, C.A.      104 129
Anion      270
annealing      90
Annett, J.F.      832 837
Annihilation operator      314 853
Annihilation operator, time evolution      316
Anomalous dispersion      64
Anomalous skin effect      642—643
Anomalous velocity      429
Anti-Stokes scattering      650
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