ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS SOLYMAR PDF

It is impossible to read it without a smile coming to your lips every few pages. It is a new edition of a well-known undergraduate text, intended for students of electrical engineering, but I am sure any physics student could benefit from reading it It is an excellent educational book, and I am sure that it will achieve the aim of the authors, which is to instill a sense of quantum mechanical reasoning into all its readers. European Journal of Engineering Education An informal and highly accessible writing style, a simple treatment of mathematics, and a clear guide to applications have made this book a classic text in electrical and electronic engineering. Students will find it both readable and comprehensive. In , he settled in England where he worked first in industry and later at the University of Oxford.

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Hardback Informal and accessible writing style, simple treatment of maths, and a clear guide to applications have made this a classic text in electrical and electronic engineering. Features fundamental ideas for understanding the electrical properties of materials.

Topics are selected to explain the operation of devices with applications in engineering. In , he settled in England where he worked first in industry and later at the University of Oxford. He conducted research on antennas, microwaves, superconductors, holographic gratings, photorefractive materials, and metamaterials. He has published 8 books and over papers. He came to the Department of Engineering Science, Oxford in as a research fellow to help the newly appointed Reader in Electrical Engineering start a research group in microwave electronics, and later became a lecturer and college fellow.

Richard R. He has published around journal papers, conference papers and 2 books on holography, guided wave optics, electromagnetic theory, metamaterials, magnetic resonance imaging, and micro-electro-mechanical systems MEMS , and has 18 granted patents.

In , he co-founded the Imperial College spin-out company Microsaic Systems. It is impossible to read it without a smile coming to your lips every few pages. It is a new edition of a well-known undergraduate text, intended for students of electrical engineering, but I am sure any physics student could benefit from reading it It is an excellent educational book, and I am sure that it will achieve the aim of the authors, which is to instill a sense of quantum mechanical reasoning into all its readers.

Students will find it both readable and comprehensive. Request an Inspection Copy. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Higher Education Skip to main content.

Search Start Search. Description About the Author s Table of Contents Reviews Description Informal and accessible writing style, simple treatment of maths, and a clear guide to applications have made this a classic text in electrical and electronic engineering. Covers the whole field of the electrical properties of materials, including device applications Includes problems and worked solutions to support student learning Covers recent applications in dielectrophoresis, Raman spectroscopy, thermoelectricity, and pyroelectricity Appendices on memory elements and medical imaging New to this edition Updates on a number of topics including graphene, building in the third dimension, spintronics, light emitting diodes, superconductivity New sections on wide band gap semiconductors, fibre lasers, laser printers, photoacoustics, magnetoelectrics, biferroics, magnetoreception, and Positron Emission Tomography New derivation tight binding approximation added to the three existing derivations on band theory.

Updated sections on semiconductor technology, semiconductor devices, nanoelectronics, plasma etching, ferroelectric materials, and spintronics.

Table of Contents 1: The electron as a particle 2: The electron as a wave 3: The electron 4: The hydrogen atom and the periodic table 5: Bonds 6: The free electron theory of metals 7: The band theory of solids 8: Semiconductors 9: Principles of semiconductor devices Dielectric materials Magnetic materials Lasers Optoelectronics Superconductivity Metamaterials. Reviews " Review from previous edition This book is a delight! Related Titles.

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Electrical Properties of Materials

A classic text in the field providing a readable and accessible guide for students of electrical and electronic engineering. Fundamentals of electric properties of materials are illustrated and put into context with contemporary applications in engineering. Mathematical content is kept to a minimum allowing the reader to focus on the subject. The starting point is the behaviour of the electron, which is explored both in the classical and in the quantum-mechanical context. Then comes the study of bonds, the free electron model, band structure, and the theory of semiconductors, followed by a cha

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