solid-state physics

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the branch of physics that studies the properties of materials in the solid state: electrical conduction in crystals of semiconductors and metals

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86 Dhruva, Solid State Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai 400085, India
As one example, Gross notes that the development of particle physics suffered in its early years from the arrogance of many of its practitioners in ignoring such fields as solid state physics.
The material is inspired by a lecture course they gave for many years to graduate students who had some background in basic quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and introductory solid state physics at the undergraduate level.
Culminating the book is a contributed chapter reviewing Wu's contributions in lattice statistical mechanics, solid state physics, graph theory, and enumerative combinatorics, among other domains.
In the late 1980s, Peter Grunberg and his colleagues at the Nuclear Research Center-Institute for Solid State Physics in Julich, Germany, realized that materials scientists could change a material's resistance by refiguring its magnetic properties.
The volume is designed as a textbook for a graduate or senior undergraduate laboratory course in chemistry, ceramics, materials science, and solid state physics.
and Martin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) have revised and expanded rather than updated their collection of problems and solutions illustrating aspects of solid state physics for students and practitioners.
Irrefutable proof that we are dealing with non-BCS superconductivity has been elusive,' Arko writes, "but it is of fundamental importance to solid state physics.
Invitation to tender : The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) intends to purchase for the cleanroom of the Institute of Solid State Physics (IPHYS) to provide a Reactive Ion Etching Inductively Coupled Plasma System (RIE-ICP).
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