The ideal supplement to the standard texts in condensed matter physics
Solving homework problems is the single most effective way for students to familiarize themselves with the language and details of solid state physics. Testing problem-solving ability is the best means at the professor's disposal for measuring student progress at critical points in the learning process. This book enables any instructor to supplement end-of-chapter textbook assignments with a large number of challenging and engaging practice problems and discover a host of new ideas for creating exam questions.
Designed to be used in tandem with any of the excellent textbooks on this subject, Solid State Physics: Problems and Solutions provides a self-study approach through which advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate students can develop and test their skills while acclimating themselves to the demands of the discipline. Each problem has been chosen for its ability to illustrate key concepts, properties, and systems, knowledge of which is crucial in developing a complete understanding of the subject, including:
* Crystals, diffraction, and reciprocal lattices.
* Phonon dispersion and electronic band structure.
* Density of states.
* Transport, magnetic, and optical properties.
* Interacting electron systems.
* And more
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Based on the premise that the way to learn is by solving problems, the authors present a collection of problems and their solutions greater in number than the "critical mass" number which can be memorized. The book provides a self-study approach to testing students' knowledge in solid state/condensed matter physics and to measure their progress at midterms, finals, and comprehensive exams.About the Author:
László Mihály received his PhD in 1972 from Eötvös University, after which he joined the Central Research Institute for Physics in Budapest. He has performed research at the Institute Laue-Langevine in Grenoble, the Université Paris-Sud in Orsay, and the University of California at Los Angeles. He has been Professor of Physics at the State University of New York at Stony Brook since 1989. Michael C. Martin received his PhD in 1995 from SUNY Stony Brook. He has since been performing condensed matter physics research at the High Flux Beam Reactor facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
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