Solid State Physics 2(2.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Specialized Courses|
|Course Name||:||Applied Physics|
|Starts 1||:||3 the previous term|
|Lecturer||:||Taishi TAKENOBU Professor||Masashi HASEGAWA Professor|
|Lectures on basic solid state physics are given. In particular, the main topics include the thermal properties of solids based on the lattice dynamics and dielectric properties of solids. Introduction of Einstein model of Heat capacity to show quantum properties of matter and lattice vibrations. Dispersion relation of one-dimensional chain and extension to diatomic lattice, Debye model of heat capacity based on lattice vibrations. In the second half, properties of dielectric materials, such as dielectric constant, are given.|
|Mechanics I,II and exercise, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism A,B, Atomic Physics, Solid State Physics 1, Oscillations and Waves|
1. Introduction 2. Lattice vibrations 3. Heat capacity of solids - Classical theory 4. Heat capacity of solids - Quantum theory and Einstein model 5. Density of states 6. Heat capacity of solids - Debye model
1. Introduction 2. Metal and Dielectric materials 3. Maxwell equation 4. Dielectric constant and polarizability 5. Dielectric materials
Preparation for each subject should be made beforehand.
|C. Kittel; Introduction to solid state physics (John Wiley and Sons, Inc)|
|T. Kurosawa; Condensed matter physics (Shokabo)
M. Shiga; Introduction to solid state physics (Uchida Rokakuho)
Y. Nagaoka; Electro-Magnetics I&II (Iwanami
|Evaluate the level of achievement for the target based on the examinations.
Understanding and explaining the basic concepts and ideas related to the crystal vibrations and dielectric materials. The score ration between first and second half is 50/50.
|It is desirable to have learned Mechanics I,II and exercise, Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism A,B, Atomic Physics, Solid State Physics 1, and Oscillations and Waves.|
|Questions are welcome after each lecture.
First half: hasegawa ($) mp.pse.nagoya-u.ac.jp
Latter half: takenobu ($) nagoya-u.jp
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