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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The meeting focused on the work of Panayiotis Varotsos, a solid-state physicist at the University of Athens and a lightning rod in the field of earthquake research.
Dresselhaus, a solid-state physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Gosele, a solid-state physicist at Duke University in Durham, N.
We must make as complete pictures as possible," says Karoly Holczer, a solid-state physicist at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Citing a growing demand for solid-state physicists and electronics engineers to understand the microscopic theory of semiconductors in order to design and optimize optical and electronic devices for desired characteristics, Haug (emeritus, Institute of Theoretical Physics, U.
Hacking Matter, by science writer Wil McCarthy, explores the technology that is being researched by solid-state physicists from MIT to Sun Microsystems, and supported by organizations from IBM to the U.
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