|Statement||[C.N. Yang ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Yang, Chen Ning, 1922-, Huang, Kʻun.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 613 p. :|
|Number of Pages||613|
The vibrations of atoms inside crystals - lattice dynamics - is basic to many fields of study in the solid-state and mineral sciences. This book provides a self-contained text that introduces the subject from a basic level and then takes the reader through applications of the by: Lattice Dynamics and Semiconductor Physics: Festchrift for Professor Kun Huang. Edited by XIA J B ET AL. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. In essence, the phonon dispersion relations are the lattice dynamic equivalent of the energy bands we determined for the electrons in the lattice. The lattice is common to both treatments, and it is this lattice with its periodic properties that set the Brillouin zone, so that the same zone is common to both the phonon dispersion and electron bands. structure, the vibrational nature of the lattice dynamics (the phonons), and the manner in which the interactions between the electrons and the phonons vary with momentum and energy within the Brillouin zone. Hence, we arrive at the purpose of this book, which is to address these topics, which are relevant and necessary to create the simulation.
Lattice Dynamics covers the proceedings of the International Conference on Lattice Dynamics, held at the H.C. Ørsted Institute of the University of Copenhagen on August This book is composed of seven parts that focus on a better fundamental understanding of the interactions between atoms in solids and their role in lattice Edition: 1. The book is aimed at advanced undergraduates, graduate students and research workers in the earth and solid-state sciences who need to incorporate lattice dynamic treatments into their work. Applications include the use of lattice dynamics instabilities to study the origin of phase transitions in crystals and the use of vibrational spectra to Cited by: 1 Lattice Dynamics Normal Modes of a 1-D Monatomic Lattice (n-1)a na (n+1)a Consider a set of N identical ions of mass M distributed along a line at positions R = naŷ (n = 1, 2, , N, and a is the lattice constant).Let u(R) be the displacement from R of the ion with equilibrium position simplicity, we assume that only neighboring ionsFile Size: 1MB. region is directly due to the existence of speciﬁc lattice dynamics motions. Lattice dynamics also gives us properties such as thermodynamics, superconductivity, phase transitions, thermal conductivity, and thermal expansion. In the study of lattice dynamics, atomic motions are frequently found to be adequately described as harmonic travelling by: 6.
The book develops the modern theory of ferroelectricity in terms of soft modes and lattice dynamics and also describes modern techniques of measurement, including X-ray, optic, and neutron scattering, infra-red absorption, and magnetic resonance. It includes a discussion of the related phenomena of antiferroelectricity, pyroelectricity, and ferroelasticity and seconds on domains, thin films 5/5(1). This book covers the following topics: The classical description of a particle, Hilbert space formalism, Group theory, Lie algebra, The Green function approach, The evolution operator, Scattering theory, Quantum mechanics in practice, Dynamics and driven systems. Author(s): Doron Cohen. Description: The vibrations of atoms inside crystals - lattice dynamics - is basic to many fields of study in the solid-state and mineral sciences. This book provides a self-contained text that introduces the subject from a basic level and then takes the reader through applications of the theory. tweet. Introduction to Solid State Physics by National Taiwan Normal University. This note explains the following topics: Crystal structure, Wave diffraction and the reciprocal lattice, Crystal binding and elastic constants, Phonons, Free-electron Fermi gas, Energy bands, Fermi surface and metals, Semiconductor crystals, Superconductivity, Diamagnetism and paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism and.