## Introduction to Solid State PhysicsNew edition of the most widely-used textbook on solid state physics in the world. Describes how the excitations and imperfections of actual solids can be understood with simple models that have firmly established scope and power. The foundation of this book is based on experiment, application and theory. Several significant advances in the field have been added including high temperature superconductors, quasicrystals, nanostructures, superlattices, Bloch/Wannier levels, Zener tunneling, light-emitting diodes and new magnetic materials. |

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(22) This is the central

periodic lattice. If G is a reciprocal lattice vector, so is -G, and with this substitution

we can write (22) as 2k: G = G*. (23) This particular expression is often used as

the ...

(22) This is the central

**result**of the theory of elastic scattering of waves in aperiodic lattice. If G is a reciprocal lattice vector, so is -G, and with this substitution

we can write (22) as 2k: G = G*. (23) This particular expression is often used as

the ...

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The algebra may seem tedious, but the

for two carrier types; neglect (wet) in comparison with act. . Cyclotron resonance

for a spheroidal energy surface. Consider the energy surface _.2/k: + kā #) e(k) ...

The algebra may seem tedious, but the

**result**is worth the trouble. Use (6.64), butfor two carrier types; neglect (wet) in comparison with act. . Cyclotron resonance

for a spheroidal energy surface. Consider the energy surface _.2/k: + kā #) e(k) ...

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We obtain a particularly useful form of this

specimens with long axis parallel to Ba; now the demagnetizing field contribution

(see Chapter 13) to B will be negligible, whence.” M 1 (CGS) B = B, + 4TM = 0 ...

We obtain a particularly useful form of this

**result**if we limit ourselves to long thinspecimens with long axis parallel to Ba; now the demagnetizing field contribution

(see Chapter 13) to B will be negligible, whence.” M 1 (CGS) B = B, + 4TM = 0 ...

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### Contents

PERIODIC ARRAYS OF ATOMS | 3 |

INDEX SYSTEM FOR CRYSTAL PLANES | 12 |

NONIDEAL CRYSTAL STRUCTURES | 21 |

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