Unusually clear, accessible introduction to contemporary theories of solid-state physics. Nonmathematical undergraduate-level treatment of heat, atoms and ions, molecules and metals, atomic motions, particles and waves, electrons in solids, many other topics. "Excellent . . . students will find it a ... read more
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Unusually clear, accessible introduction to contemporary theories of solid-state physics. Nonmathematical undergraduate-level treatment of heat, atoms and ions, molecules and metals, atomic motions, particles and waves, electrons in solids, many other topics. "Excellent . . . students will find it a pleasure to read." — Choice. 1965 edition.
Reprint of the Columbia University Press, New York, 1965 edition.
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