Solid State Physics

Solid-state physics is the examination of unbending matter and solids, by the use of methodologies as quantum mechanics, crystallography, electromagnetism, and metallurgy. This branch is the largest branch under condensed matter physics. Solid-state physics deals with how large-scale properties of solid materials evolve from their atomic-scale properties. Thus, this study forms a theoretical basis of materials science. This also has direct applications, in the technology of transistors and semiconductors. It has the most striking impact on the solid state electronics. The firms of electronics, telecommunication and instrumentation will acknowldege this course.

  • Crystalline materials and diffraction
  • Free electron theory
  • Electrons and holes in semiconductors
  • Phase transitions
  • Electronic structures and phonons
  • Transport properties
  • Experimental techniques and devices

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