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by R. Loudon,D. J. Barber

Category: Physics
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Author: R. Loudon,D. J. Barber
ISBN: 0521262771
ISBN13: 978-0521262774
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 28, 1989)
Pages: 296
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J. Barber, R. Loudon. This book covers the basic, mainly classical, physics of the properties of solids and liquids.

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This book covers the basic, mainly classical, physics of the properties of solids and liquids

This book covers the basic, mainly classical, physics of the properties of solids and liquids. The main emphasis is on macroscopic characteristics of materials, although their is some discussion of the atomic or molecular phenomena that underlie the macroscopic effects.

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By: Barber, David J. Material type: BookPublisher: New york CUP 1989Description: xi, 281p. Subject(s): Physics- condensed matterDDC classification: 53. 1 N89. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

An Introduction to Properties of Condensed Matter. Barber and Rodney Loudon. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780521269070. Release Date:June 1989.

An Introduction to the Properties of Condensed Matter. David John Barber has been listed as a noteworthy Physics educator by Marquis Who's Who. 69075/?tag prabook0b-20. Works. An Introduction to the Properties of Condensed Matter. Book by Barber, D. Loudon, . Membership. Governor Felsted (England) School, 1985-1988.

The study of minimally complicated models i. .central to the field of condensed-matter physics. This book contains many models/topics that will expose the reader to many techniques used in condensed matter theory

The study of minimally complicated models i. Those models, and the tools needed to understand them, are the subject of Ramamurti Shankar's new book, Quantum Field Theory and Condensed Matter: An Introduction. What is different about Shankar's text? For one thing, it is shorter This book contains many models/topics that will expose the reader to many techniques used in condensed matter theory. The topics range from the Ising model, Majorana fermions, the renormalization group, and the quantum hall effect.

Compiling information that is scattered throughout the literature, An Introduction to the Passage of Energetic Particles through Matter provides a comprehensive foundation of particle interactions that is of prime importance to many areas of applied physics and supplies an introduction to the massive, invaluable Evaluated Nuclear Data File (ENDF) library.

This book covers the basic, mainly classical, physics of the properties of solids and liquids. The main emphasis is on macroscopic characteristics of materials, although their is some discussion of the atomic or molecular phenomena that underlie the macroscopic effects. Topics that are discussed in detail include the elastic properties of solids, with applications to acoustic waves and the deformation and stability of rods and struts; static and dynamic properties of liquids, with applications to interfacial phenomena and fluid flow characteristics; and diffusion in solids and liquids, with applications to Brownian motion, heat conduction and creep. The coverage combines treatments of the more traditional aspects of these topics with details of developments, such as novel materials, catastrophe theory and soliton propagation. This textbook will be suitable for second- and third-year undergraduates in universities and polytechnics taking courses in the properties of condensed matters in departments of physics, materials science and to some extent in engineering.
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