Here is the listing of Best reference books on Electronic Properties of Materials.
|1. “Elementary Solid State Physics: Principles and Applications” by M.A. Omar|
|2. “Solid State Physics” by A.J. Dekker
Book Review: This book stresses on the physical principles that deal with the theoretical interpretation of the basic electric, magnetic and crystalline properties of solids. This is a valuable book for physicists and metallurgists. The book contains chapters on crystalline state, metallic lattice properties, simple alloys properties, insulator properties, and band theory of solids, metal conductivity, non polar semiconductors, rectifiers, transistors, ferro magnetism and many more.
|3. “Electronic Properties of Crystalline Solids : An Introduction to Fundamentals” by R.H. Bube|
|4. “Electronic Properties of Materials” by R.E. Hummel
Book Review: This is a very good textbook on electrical, optical, magnetic and thermal metal properties. This is suitable for courses at the undergraduate level and is beneficial to mechanical and electrical engineers who want to know about alloys, semiconductor devices, lasers, magnetic materials and so on. The various concepts covered in the book include high temperature semiconductor, optoelectronic materials, xerography, magneto optic memories and amorphous ferromagnetic.
|5. “Electrical Properties of Materials” by L. Solymar and D. Walsh
Book Review: This book demonstrates the basics of electrical properties of materials and covers the contemporary engineering applications. The book also stresses on the main ideas that are related to the understanding of the subject. The book also demonstrates several models that explain the properties of a phenomenon and examines it thereby illustrating the difference between ideal and actual behavior. The book also covers new topics like organic material, artificial materials and also discusses about nanotube transistors, single electron transistors and many more.
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