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HW11
School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Course: PHYS 4720
Theory of Solids HW11 SolutionBy Qifeng Shan Ashcroft and Mermin's book 132 Deduce from (13.25) that at T = 0 (and hence to an excellent approximation at any T < TF) the conductivity of a band with cubic symmetry is given by (13.71) F v S...

sol7
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141
Physics 141A Problem Set 7 Solutions April 6, 2008 1 Germanium [111] dispersion Solution a) The velocity of sound is given by the slope of the tangent lines to the acoustic branches at the origin. ...

141A_PS9_sp07
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
PHYSICS 141A SG LOUIE SPRING 2007 Problem Set #9 Due: Friday, 04/06/07 Reading: Chapter 3 of ISSP, pp. 4273, and summary on p. 85. Announcement: 2nd Midterm is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, in class. This will be a closed book exam. One sheet...

141A_PS5_sp07
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
PHYSICS 141A SG LOUIE SPRING 2007 Problem Set #5 Due: Friday, 03/02/07 Reading: Chapter 6 of ISSP (25) 1. ISSP, Ch. 5, Problem 4: Heat capacity of layer lattice. (Part a is similar to one of the problems in the midterm exam.) (25) 2. ISSP, Ch. 5, ...
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Notes Xray diffraction, Bloch wfcn
School: University Of California, Los Angeles
Course: PHYSICS 241A
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sol7
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141
Physics 141A Problem Set 7 Solutions April 6, 2008 1 Germanium [111] dispersion Solution a) The velocity of sound is given by the slope of the tangent lines to the acoustic branches at the origin. ...

HW6
School: University Of California, Los Angeles
Course: PHY 140a
PHY 140A: Solid State Physics Solution to Homework #6 Xun Jia1 November 17, 2006 1Email: [email protected] ...

HW4
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
Homework #4 1. It is often convenient to represent a fcc lattice as simple cubic, with a cubic primitive cell of side a and a fourpoint basis. ...

HW6
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
Homework Assignment #6 1. Continuum wave equation. Show that for long wavelengths the equation of motion, ...
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HW11
School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Course: PHYS 4720
Theory of Solids HW11 SolutionBy Qifeng Shan Ashcroft and Mermin's book 132 Deduce from (13.25) that at T = 0 (and hence to an excellent approximation at any T < TF) the conductivity of a band with cubic symmetry is given by (13.71) F v S...

141A_PS9_sp07
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
PHYSICS 141A SG LOUIE SPRING 2007 Problem Set #9 Due: Friday, 04/06/07 Reading: Chapter 3 of ISSP, pp. 4273, and summary on p. 85. Announcement: 2nd Midterm is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, in class. This will be a closed book exam. One sheet...

141A_PS5_sp07
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
PHYSICS 141A SG LOUIE SPRING 2007 Problem Set #5 Due: Friday, 03/02/07 Reading: Chapter 6 of ISSP (25) 1. ISSP, Ch. 5, Problem 4: Heat capacity of layer lattice. (Part a is similar to one of the problems in the midterm exam.) (25) 2. ISSP, Ch. 5, ...

06hw
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 141A
Solutions to problem set 6 (141A Sp07)11. (ISSP 6.2) (a) p= U VS,NAt T = 0 the entropy is a constant as V is varied. Therefore, since EF = CV 2/3 , 3 2 3 2 2U p =  NC() V 5/3 = NEF V 1 = 5 3 5 3 3V (b) From part (a), p = CV 5/3 where.
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ch1
School: The Hong Kong University Of Science And Technology
Course: PHYS 4052
PHYS4052: Introductory Solid State Physics Textbook: The Solid State an introduction to the physics of solid for students of physics, materials science, and engineering By HMRosenberg, Oxford University Press Introduction to Solid ...

HW_06 Phonon Thermal and Electron Transport(1)
School: University Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Course: PHYSICS 927
PHYS/ELEC 422/822 Homework #6 (due Thurs., Mar. 3) 1. A one‐dimensional continuous solid has Young's modulus of Y and density of ρ. a) Derive the specific heat of this 1D continuous solid per mole using the Debye theory. ...

HW_04 lattice vibration(1)
School: University Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Course: PHYSICS 927
PHYS/ELEC 422/822 Homework #4 (due Tues., Feb. 16) 1. Prove the following results of the average energy for an oscillator ̅ and the specific heat Cv in the Einstein model: ħ ħ ⁄ ; ħ ħ ⁄ ħ ⁄ ...

HW_05 lattice vibration
School: University Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Course: PHYSICS 927
... 2. Heat capacity of a layered lattice. a) Consider a dielectric crystal made up of layers of atoms with rigid coupling between layers so that the motion of atoms is restricted to the plane of the layer (ie 2D solid). ...