Solid State Theory
by Manfred Sigrist
Publisher: ETH Zurich 2014
Number of pages: 165
Contents: Electrons in the periodic crystal; Semiconductors; Metals - properties of interacting electrons; Landau's Theory of Fermi Liquids; Transport properties of metals; Magnetism in metals; Mott insulators and the magnetism of localized moments.
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