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The Physics of Solids
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Oxford University Press slids a department of the University of Oxford. Table of Contents 1. There is a splendid final chapter Description Table of Contents Description It covers all of the standard topics in solid state physics, i. Introduction to quantum concepts Appendix B: It is aimed at a substantially lower level than the majority of solid state physics texts.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Oxford University Press- Science – pages. Andrew Briggs, professor of materials, University of Oxford The Times Higher, 24 November Physics and Engineering This book is aimed at first and second year undergraduates taking a course in solid state fichard.
The text is largely non-mathematical, but questions are integrated into the text to encourage readers to tackle the problem-solving aspects of the subject. Worked examples and a complete set of detailed solutions are included. Has Richard Turton succeeded?
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Crystals and crystalline solids 3. The Physics of Solids. I think he has. The text is largely non-mathematical, but questions are integrated into the text to encourage readers to tackle the problem-solving aspects of the subject. There is a splendid final chapter on polymers.
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Polymers Further reading Appendix A: Mechanical properties of solids 4.
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