2 edition of **Phonons** found in the catalog.

Phonons

International Conference on Phonons (1971 Rennes)

- 253 Want to read
- 34 Currently reading

Published
**1971**
by Flammarion in Paris
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | (edited by) M.A. Nusimovici. |

Contributions | Nusimovici, M A. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL21717482M |

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The physics of phonons by G. P. Srivastava, , A. Hilger edition, in English The physics of phonons ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: This book introduces the quantum nature of phonons and application to quantum technologies. Theory and recent experiments are presented. The focus is on coherent phonons induced by ultrafast laser pulses, which can be used for coherent control of atomic motions in solids and phase transformationBrand: Springer International Publishing.

Lecture 1 - Electrons, Photons and Phonons September 4, Contents: 1. Electronic structure of semiconductors 2. Electron statistics 3. Lattice vibrations 4. Thermal equilibrium Reading assignment: del Alamo, Ch. 1 Announcements: Tomorrow’s recitation slot will be used as lecture (in exchange for lecture slot in December that will be usedFile Size: KB. This book focuses on the theory of phonon interactions in nanoscale structures with particular emphasis on modern electronic and optoelectronic devices. A key goal is to describe tractable models of confined phonons and how these are applied to calculations of basic properties and phenomena of semiconductor heterostructures.

Phonons: Theory and Experiments I Lattice Dynamics and Models of Interatomic Forces. Authors: Brüesch, Peter Free Preview. Buy this book eB08 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free About this book Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. The Physics of Phonons. DOI link for The Physics of Phonons. The Physics of Phonons book. The Physics of Phonons. DOI link for The Physics of Phonons. The Physics of Phonons book. By G.P Srivastava. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 16 July Pub. location New : G P Srivastava.

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The book starts off with one of the best explanations of the Bloch theorem I've ever seen, as applied to phonons. The chapter on phonon-phonon interaction is a great bridge between a basic textbook on solid state like Kittel, and research by: The Physics of Phonons is a comprehensive theoretical discussion of the most important topics, including some topics not previously presented in book form.

Although primarily theoretical in approach, the author refers to experimental Phonons book wherever possible, ensuring an ideal book for both experimental and theoretical by: General accounts of phonons are to be found in textbooks on condensed-matter physics (see, e.g. [1, 2]) and in more specialized books such as [3, 4].

Some references that emphasize applications to surfaces are [ 5 – 7 ]. The physics of phonons is a rapidly growing branch of solid state physics. In the present volume A.A. Maradudin presents a thorough review of its current development.

This. This study of the theory of electrical and thermal conduction in metals, semiconductors, and insulators is written at a level appropriate to graduate students and research workers and assumes some knowledge of wave mechanics in its reader. The basic ideas of crystal lattice dynamics, electron zone structure, and transport theory are developed from first principles, 5/5(1).

The Crystal Lattice: Phonons, Solitons, Dislocations, Superlattices, Second Edition. Author(s): Arnold M. Kosevich; The aim of this successful book is to describe Phonons book analyse peculiarities of classical and quantum dynamics of a crystal as a spatially periodic structure. In the second revised and updated edition, the author focuses on low.

Electrons and Phonons: The Theory of Transport Phenomena in Solids J.M. Ziman Abstract. This book is a study of the theory of electrical and thermal conduction in metals, semiconductors, and insulators.

The basic ideas of crystal lattice dynamics, electron zone structure, and transport theory are developed from first principles, and formulae. A key goal of this book is to describe tractable models of confined phonons and how these are applied to calculations of basic properties and phenomena of semiconductor heterostructures.

The level of presentation is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students in physics and engineering with some background in quantum mechanics and solid Author: Michael A.

Stroscio, Mitra Dutta. The Physics of Phonons is a comprehensive theoretical discussion of the most important topics, including some topics not previously presented in book form.

Although primarily theoretical in approach, the author refers to experimental results wherever possible, ensuring an ideal book for both experimental and theoretical researchers.5/5(2).

Abstract. This chapter is on phonons in supported slabs. It starts by a presentation of the general equations for an elastic material. General analytic expressions are obtained for bulk and surface Green’s functions, as simple examples of the continuous interface response theory of Chapter 1 of this book.

Phonons and Phonon Interactions by Thor A. Bak, ed. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at COVID Resources.

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This book focuses on phonons and electrons, which the student needs to learn first in solid state physics. The required quantum theory and statistical physics are derived from scratch. Systematic in structure and tutorial in style, the treatment is filled with detailed mathematical steps and physical interpretations.

In solid state physics, a surface phonon is the quantum of a lattice vibration mode associated with a solid surface. Similar to the ordinary lattice vibrations in a bulk solid (whose quanta are simply called phonons), the nature of surface vibrations depends on details of periodicity and symmetry of a crystal e vibrations are however distinct from the bulk vibrations, as they.

Phonons in Low Dimensional Structures is a collection of chapters related to the properties of solid-state structures dependent on lattice vibrations. The book is divided into two parts. In the first part, research topics such as interface phonons and polaron states, carri Cited by: 1. Wolfe is an excellent teacher as well as a researcher and anyone whose work connects with phonons will gain from giving the book more careful attention should be in the library of any University that has a solid state physics group and anyone working with phonons will want to own a copy.’ Professor L.

Challis Source: Contemporary PhysicsAuthor: James P. Wolfe. The Physics of Phonons is a comprehensive theoretical discussion of the most important topics, including some topics not previously presented in book form.

Although primarily theoretical in approach, the author refers to experimental results wherever possible, ensuring an ideal book for both experimental and theoretical researchers.

The interface optical phonons arise near the hetero-interface of a quantum nanostructure. Moreover, its spectrum and dispersion laws may differ from ones for excitations arising in the bulk materials.

The study of such excitations can give fundamentally new information about the optical and transport properties of nanostructures. The interaction of charged particles with polar Author: Aleksandr Yu Maslov, Olga V. Proshina. Phonon, in condensed-matter physics, a unit of vibrational energy that arises from oscillating atoms within a solid crystal, such as ordinary table salt (sodium chloride), consists of atoms bound into a specific repeating three-dimensional spatial pattern called a lattice.

Because the atoms behave as if they are connected by tiny springs, their own thermal energy or outside. OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages illustrations 24 cm. Contents: Introduction / P.J.W. Debye --Introductory lectures on the free phonon field / H.H.

Jensen --Some aspects of phonon-phonon-interaction / W. Ludwig --Lectures on phonons and external radiation / A. Sjolander --Interaction of x-rays with phonons / W.

Cochran --The electron-phonon interaction /. This study of the theory of electrical and thermal conduction in metals, semiconductors, and insulators is written at a level appropriate to graduate students and research workers and assumes some knowledge of wave mechanics in its reader.

The basic ideas of crystal lattice dynamics, electron zone structure, and transport theory are developed from first principles. Phonons are considered as collision-free particles, keeping the lattice symmetry invariant in a thermodynamic environment.

This is a valid assumption for sufficiently large crystals, as the thermal interaction takes place on surfaces and the surroundings can be discussed separately in thermodynamics. A material in the solid state consists of atoms or molecules arranged in a lattice structure. But this structure isn't static.

The atoms/molecules vibrate away from their equilibrium positions. This is the microscopic description of heat: Basicall.