Applied Solid State Physics

Rajnikant

Verlag: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2011
ISBN 10: 8126522836 / ISBN 13: 9788126522835
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The book covers all major aspects of Solid State Physics (Crystal Physics). The approach of the book is unique because it offers thought-provoking ideas about the Physics of Solids, rather than being merely a compilation of research data and statistical figures. The learning design is such that the subject of Crystal Physics is explored in terms of its applicability and not as an abstract collection of concepts. The understanding of the basics is supplemented and supported by a strong mathematical basis and reasoning. The book is an ideal choice for Ist and IInd year engineering students across India and undergraduate as well as postgraduate students of Physics. Spread over 17 chapters, all important topics have been introduced at an elementary level, which will enable even new students of the subject to gain an insight into the fascinating world of crystals and crystallography. Besides students pursuing M.Phil and Ph.D in crystallography, professionals such as mineralogists, material scientists and solid state chemists will also find the book to be of great practical use. Chapter-1: Crystals, Lattices, and Symmetry 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The Crystal Lattice 1.3 The Bravais Lattices 1.4 Symmetry in Solids 1.5 Miller Indices 1.6 Point-groups (Crystal-class) Symmetry 1.7 Space Groups 1.8 Crystal structure: Lattice with a Basis 1.9 Some Typical Crystal Structures Chapter-2: Bonding in Solids 2.1 Introduction 2.2 How do the Atoms in a Solid Interact? 2.3 Ionic Bonding 2.4 Covalent Bonding 2.5 Metallic Bonding 2.6 Comparison between Ionic and Covalent Bonding 2.7 Comparison between Ionic and Metallic Bonding 2.8 Hydrogen bonding: What is it and How it Occurs 2.9 Properties of Hydrogen Bonding 2.10 Van der Waals Bonding Chapter-3: X-Rays: Concept, Properties and Reciprocal Lattices 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Production of X-rays 3.3 Types of X-ray Tubes 3.4 Absorption of X-rays 3.5 Absorption and Filtering 3.6 Selection of Radiation 3.7 Laue?s Concept of X-ray Diffraction 3.8 Bragg?s Concept of X-ray Diffraction 3.9 Proof of Bragg?s Equation 3.10 Applications of X-rays 3.11 What Makes X-radiation a Dangerous Phenomenon? 3.12 Some Uses of X-ray Diffraction 3.13 The Reciprocal Lattice 3.14 Properties of Reciprocal Lattice 3.15 Bragg?s Law in Reciprocal Space 3.16 Neutron Diffraction 3.17 Electron Diffraction Chapter-4: Relating Atomic Structure to Some Physical Properties 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Crystallization: General Principle 4.3 Growing Crystals from Solution 4.4 Isomorphs and Polymorphs 4.5 Allotropic Phase Transitions: Changing the Crystal Structure 4.6 Enantiomorphs and Racemates 4.7 Crystal Habit 4.8 Sampling and Crystal Mounting 4.9 Collimation of the Incident X-ray Beam 4.10 Calculating Crystal Density by Floatation Method Chapter-5: Experimental X-ray Diffraction Techniques 5.1 Introduction 5.2. The Laue Method 5.3 The Divergent-Beam Method 5.4 The Oscillation/Rotation Method 5.5 The Weissenberg Method 5.6 The Precession Method 5.7 Computer-Controlled Single Crystal X-ray Diffractometer 5.8 X-ray Diffraction from a Polycrystalline Material 5.9 Computer-controlled Powder X-ray Diffractometer Chapter-6: Structure Factor and Fourier Synthesis 6.1 Introduction 6.2 The Atomic Scattering Factor 6.3 The Structure Factor 6.4 Fourier Synthesis 6.5 The Effect of Pseudosymmetry on Structure Factor Distribution Chapter-7: The Phase Problem and Techniques of X-ray Structure Determination 7.1 Introduction 7.2 The Phase Problem 7.3 Isomorphous Replacement Technique 7.4 The Vector Technique 7.5 The Trial-and-Error Method 7.6 The Direct Methods 7.7 Methods of Structure Refinement 7.8 Derived Results: Geometrical Parameters Chapter-8: Crystal Imperfections: Their Classifications and Characterization 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Imperfections in Solids 8.3 Line Imperfections 8.4 Surface (Plane) Defects 8.5 Etching techniques for Disloca Printed Pages: 544. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 62567

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Titel: Applied Solid State Physics
Verlag: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: 2011
Einband: Softcover
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Buchbeschreibung "The book covers all major aspects of Solid State Physics (Crystal Physics). The approach of the book is unique because it offers thought-provoking ideas about the Physics of Solids, rather than being merely a compilation of research data and statistical figures. The learning design is such that the subject of Crystal Physics is explored in terms of its applicability and not as an abstract collection of concepts. The understanding of the basics is supplemented and supported by a strong mathematical basis and reasoning. Artikel-Nr. WILEY-9788126522835

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