8 edition of Physical acoustics in the solid state found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -411) and indexes.
|Series||Springer series in solid-state sciences -- 148|
|LC Classifications||QC225.15 .L88 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 420 p. :|
|Number of Pages||420|
|LC Control Number||2007930039|
In others, the atoms share electrons and form covalent bonds. Propagation in Stratified Media. Progress in Solid State Chemistry. An early model of electrical conduction was the Drude modelwhich applied kinetic theory to the electrons in a solid.
Further characterization[ edit ] In many -but certainly not all- cases new solid compounds are further characterized  by a variety of techniques that straddle the fine line that hardly separates solid-state chemistry from solid-state physics. Local structure[ edit ] In contrast to the large structures of crystals, the local structure describes the interaction of the nearest neighbour atoms. Finally, the noble gases do not undergo any of these types of bonding. By assuming that the material contains immobile positive ions and an "electron gas" of classical, non-interacting electrons, the Drude model was able to explain electrical and thermal conductivity and the Hall effect in metals, although it greatly overestimated the electronic heat capacity.
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During the early Cold War, research in solid state physics was often not restricted to solids, which led some physicists in the s and s to found the field of condensed matter physicswhich organized around common techniques used to investigate solids, liquids, plasmas, and other complex matter.
At times the solvent is used hydrothermal that is under pressure at temperatures higher than the normal boiling point. The publication takes a look at ultrasonic methods for measuring the mechanical properties of liquids and solids and the use of piezoelectric crystals and mechanical resonators in filters and oscillators.
Solid State Ionics. The second part discusses experimental studies of modulated crystals using x-ray diffraction, neutron inelastic scattering, light scattering, dielectric measurements, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy. He lives in Southwest DC with his wife and three children. Primarily, this is because the periodicity of atoms in a crystal — its defining characteristic — facilitates mathematical modeling.
The text then ponders on guided wave ultrasonic delay lines and multiple reflection ultrasonic delay lines, as well as transmission of sound waves in solids, torsional mode delay lines, and transducer considerations.
No doubt this book will be of invaluable help for students, academics, and engineers. Emphasis on plane waves in the first part of the book keeps the mathematics simple yet accommodates a broad range of topics: propagation, reflection and transmission, normal modes and simple waveguides for rectilinear geometries, horns, inhomogeneous media, and sound absorption and dispersion.
Deviations from periodicity are treated by quantum mechanical perturbation theory. The nearly free electron model is a modification of the free electron model which includes a weak periodic perturbation meant to model the interaction between the conduction electrons and the ions in a crystalline solid.
The text also describes experimental methods for modulated crystal structures and gives examples of structural changes in representative systems.
This mechanism is analogous to the interplay of a charge-density wave and a periodically deformed lattice in low-dimensional conductors. A special case of a gas reaction is a chemical transport reaction.
Chemical vapour deposition is a high-temperature method that is widely employed for the preparation of coatings and semiconductors from molecular precursors. Progress in the field has often been fueled by the demands of industry, sometimes in collaboration with academia. Synthetic methods[ edit ] Given the diversity of solid state compounds, an equally diverse array of methods  are used for their preparation.
For example, they let us know which features and sections are most Physical acoustics in the solid state book. By introducing the idea of electronic bandsthe theory explains the existence of conductorssemiconductors and insulators.
A prime method to characterize the reaction products is powder diffractionbecause many solid state reactions will produce polycristalline ingots or powders. Free Shipping No minimum order. Propagation in Stratified Media. Coverage also includes the free electron theory, band theory of solids and semiconductors.
For example, bulk solids are prepared Physical acoustics in the solid state book tube furnaceswhich allow reactions to be conducted up to ca.Taking an original, imaginative approach to the subject, Stephen Elliotts book is one of the first to bridge the gap between solid state physics and chemistry.
Considerable thought has gone into the structure and content of this book, with the first four chapters covering the properties of atoms in solids and the remaining four concentrating on the behaviour of electrons in materials.
Jun 29, · The techniques of physical acoustics have been applied in determining the elastic properties and internal friction of polycrystal and single crystal metals, glasses, nonmetallic crystals, high polymer materials, and ceramics.
They have been used as tools in investigating such solid state phenomena as grain and domain boundary effects in metals and ferromagnetic and ferroelectric Cited by: Liquid and Solid State Crystals Physics Technology and Applications/Volume (SPIE proceedings series) by Zimja, J.
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