Solid State Physics

The study of the solid state includes the understanding of the organizational, mechanical, magnetic and electrical properties of the substance as well as the forces that bind the units into the solid state. Solid state physics is larger than the study of electronic, optical, and magnetic properties of solids.  But some electronic (from computers to the controller in your washing machine), or optical (lasers;  fiber optics), or magnetic (Magnetic resonance imaging;  the little motors that make your phone vibrate) was designed and built using the info learned by solid state physicists.

 

  • Acoustics.
  • Atomic and molecular physics.
  • Classical mechanics.
  • Crystallography.
  • Electricity and magnetism.

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