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The author has divided the book Solid State Physics Principles and Modern Applications into basic and advanced concepts in solid state physics. The chapters from 1 to 9 deals with basic concepts and 10 to 16 covers the advanced concepts of solid state physics. The chapters of this book are as follows- (1)Crystal Structure (2) Lattice Vibrations (3)Free Electron Theory of Metals (4)Elements of Band Theory (5)Use of Elementary Group Theory in Calculating Band Structure (6)More Band Theory and the Semiclassical Approximation (7) Semiconductors (8)Dielectric Properties of Solids (9) Magnetism in Solids (10) Magnetic Ordering and Spin Waves (11) Many Body Interactions- Introduction (12) Many Body Interactions: Green's Function Method (13) Electrodynamics of Metals (14) Superconductivity (16) The Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: The Paradigm for Strongly Interacting Systems.

**Solid State Physics Principles and Modern Applications**pdf written by John J. Quinn and Kyung-Soo Y. This book has its origin from lecture notes from the author J.J.Quinn who has been teaching solid state physics to graduates students at his university Brown. One of the primary reason was to include important research topics that was not found in the classic textbook Introduction to Solid State Physics by Kittel.The author has divided the book Solid State Physics Principles and Modern Applications into basic and advanced concepts in solid state physics. The chapters from 1 to 9 deals with basic concepts and 10 to 16 covers the advanced concepts of solid state physics. The chapters of this book are as follows- (1)Crystal Structure (2) Lattice Vibrations (3)Free Electron Theory of Metals (4)Elements of Band Theory (5)Use of Elementary Group Theory in Calculating Band Structure (6)More Band Theory and the Semiclassical Approximation (7) Semiconductors (8)Dielectric Properties of Solids (9) Magnetism in Solids (10) Magnetic Ordering and Spin Waves (11) Many Body Interactions- Introduction (12) Many Body Interactions: Green's Function Method (13) Electrodynamics of Metals (14) Superconductivity (16) The Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: The Paradigm for Strongly Interacting Systems.

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