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Elementary excitations in solids

David Pines

Elementary excitations in solids

(lectures on phonons, electrons and plasmons)

by David Pines

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Published by Benjamin in New York .
Written in English


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StatementDavid Pines.
SeriesLecture notes and supplements in physics
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Open LibraryOL20353995M

  Excited States. (Book Reviews: Elementary Excitations in Solids. The Cortina Lectures and selected lectures from the Conference on Localized Excitations, Milan, July )Author: David Benin. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password.

It is suggested that the elementary excitations present in non-crystalline solids have the same dispersion relation as the excitations in superfluid liquid He II. This hypothesis is supported by some qualitative : N.C. Fernandes.   January 8, Matthieu Wyart - EPFL, Institute of Physics CECAM - Tutorial from the Simons Collaboration on Cracking the Glass Problem.

This book is an introduction to the physics of elementary excitations in condensed matter with emphasis on basic concepts and their mathematical representations. The nature of the book is mainly determined by the fact that it was originally written, in Japanese, as one volume of Iwanami Series of Fundamental Physics supervised by Professor H. Yukawa. Our task was to portray the theory of. Presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Elementary Excitations and their Interactions in Solids; held at Cortina, Italy, July , Includes selected lectures from the Conference on Localized Excitations, Milan, July ,


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Elementary excitations in solids by David Pines Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unlike many of the recent solid state physics texts, this text explains how the physicists have built the theory of the elementary excitations in solids. While we frequently see the well-known plasmon dispersion is derived from the condition of vanishing the dielectric constant, this book shows multiple approaches to reach the same physical by: Unlike many of the recent solid state physics texts, this text explains how the physicists have built the theory of the elementary excitations Elementary excitations in solids book solids.

While we frequently see the well-known plasmon dispersion is derived from the condition of vanishing the dielectric constant, this book shows multiple approaches to reach the same physical interpretation.4/5(3). Overview This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

In addition to introducing basic concepts, the author frequently refers to experimental : $   This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

In addition to introducing basic concepts, the author frequently refers to experimental by: This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

In addition to introducing basic concepts, the author frequently refers to experimental data. Elementary Excitations In Solids by David Pines. This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

Elementary Processes in Excitations and Reactions on Solid Surfaces explores the fundamental nature of dynamics on solid surfaces.

Attempts are made to reveal various aspects of elementary processes in excitations and reactions on solid surfaces by recent theoretical and experimental developments. Fischetti M.V., Vandenberghe W.G. () Elementary Excitations in Solids.

In: Advanced Physics of Electron Transport in Semiconductors and Nanostructures. Graduate Texts Author: Massimo V. Fischetti, William G. Vandenberghe. This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

In addition to introducing basic concepts, the author frequently refers to experimental data.4/5(1). This book is an introduction to the physics of elementary excitations in condensed matter with emphasis on basic concepts and their mathematical representations. The nature of the book is mainly determined by the fact that it was originally written, in Japanese, as one volume of Iwanami Series of.

A basic concept in solid-state physics is that when some kind of symmetry in a solid is spontaneously broken, collective excitations will arise1. For example, phonons are the collective Cited by: THE IDEA OF ELEMENTARY EXCITATIONS: GENERALITIES ON MANY-BODY THEORY.

The Variational Theorem. The Exclusion Principle. Screening. The Concept of Elementary Excitations. THE N + 1 BODY PROBLEM. Quasi-Particles. Effects of Phonons in the N + 1 Body Problem. QUASI-PARTICLES IN METALS: THE FERMI LIQUID. COLLECTIVE EXCITATIONS. Excitons. This book is an introduction to the physics of elementary excitations in condensed matter with emphasis on basic concepts and their mathematical representations.

The nature of the book is mainly determined by the fact that it was originally written, in Author: S. Nakajima. Book Review: Elementary excitations in solids. DAVID PINES (W.A. Benjamin, New York, xii p.

clothbound, paperbound) Authors: Brown, G. Abstract Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see. Based on lectures given in an advanced course in the theory of solids at the University of Illinois inthis text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

The elementary excitations in the two band model can be decomposed into intra-band and inter-band transitions as illustrated in Figure Intra-band transitions occur when particles hop to vacancies so that they are associated with particle density fluctuation waves.

The propagator of an elementary excitation, ε 0 p-ε 0 p-q, is a bubble of particle-hole pairs in the Feynman diagram. Based on lectures given in an advanced course in the theory of solids at the University of Illinois inthis text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary : David Pines.

state: Elementary excitations – such as phonons,plasmons,magnons,etc. – can be created (emissions) and destroyed (absorption),similarly to relativistic particles. In addition,for small perturbations away from equilibrium, the Hamiltonian can often be linearized and algebraically manipulated so that it takes the form of the Hamiltonian.

Book Title Elementary excitations in solids: Author(s) Pines, David: Publication Reading, MA: Perseus, - p.

Series (Advanced book classics) Subject code ; Subject category Particle Physics: Keywords electron-phonon interactions; lattice dynamics; phonons; plasmons: ISBN (This book at Amazon)Cited by: The concept of elementary excitations in solids, pioneered by Bohm and Pines almost 4 decades ago, has proved to be extremely useful in understanding the properties of systems of many particles, especially in respect to the response to the action of external probes.

32 refs., 12 figs. This text continues to fill the need to communicate the present view of a solid as a system of interacting particles which, under suitable circumstances, behaves like a collection of nearly independent elementary excitations.

In addition to introducing basic concepts, the author frequently refers to experimental : David Pines.The Advanced Study Institute on 'Elementary Excitations in Solids, Molecules, and Atoms' was held at the University of Antwerp (U.I.A.) from June 18th till June 30th The In­ stitute was sponsore.

Elementary excitations in solids by Pines, David; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Quantum theory, Quasiparticles (Physics), Solids.