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Introduction to solid state physics
Mathematical Introduction Acoustic Phonons Plasmons, Optical Phonons, and Polarization Waves Magnons Fermion Fields and the Hartree-Fock Approximation Many-body Techniques and the Electron Gas
Quantum Theory of Solids
Mathematical Introduction. Acoustic Phonons. Plasmons, Optical Phonons, and Polarization Waves. Magnons. Fermion Fields and the Hartree--Forck Approximation. Many--Body Techniques and the Electron
On the Theory of Ferromagnetic Resonance Absorption
The theory of ferromagnetic resonance absorption previously developed is extended to include the effect of the shape of the specimen and, in the case of a single crystal, the effect of crystal
INDIRECT EXCHANGE COUPLING OF NUCLEAR MAGNETIC MOMENTS BY CONDUCTION ELECTRONS
A calculation is given of the indirect exchange ${\mathrm{I}}_{i}\ifmmode\cdot\else\textperiodcentered\fi{}{\mathrm{I}}_{j}$ type coupling of nuclear magnetic moments in a metal by means of the
Theory of the structure of ferromagnetic domains in films and small particles
"Reprinted from the Physical review, vol. 70, nos. 11 and 12, 965-971, Dec. 1 and 15, 1946."
Theory of Antiferroelectric Crystals
An antiferroelectric state is defined as one in which lines of ions in the crystal are spontaneously polarized, but with neighboring lines polarized in antiparallel directions. In simple cubic
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