**ISBN:** 0201626543

**Author:** George Gruner

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Basic Books (April 20, 1994)

**Pages:** 288

**Category:** Physics

**Subcategory:** Science

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Series: Frontiers in Physics (Book 89). Hardcover: 288 pages. Publisher: Basic Books (April 20, 1994).

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Density Waves In Solids. Frontiers in Physics. By (author) George Gruner. Free delivery worldwide. Density Waves in Solids is written for graduate students and scientists interested in solid-state sciences.

Density Waves in Solids is written for graduate students and scientists interested in solid-state sciences. It discusses the theoretical and experimental state of affairs of two novel types of broken symmetry ground states of metals, charge, and spin density waves

Density Waves in Solids is written for graduate students and scientists interested in solid-state sciences. It discusses the theoretical and experimental state of affairs of two novel types of broken symmetry ground states of metals, charge, and spin density waves. These states arise as the consequence of electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions in low-dimensional metals. Some fundamental aspects of the one-dimensional electron gas, and of the materials with anisotropic properties, are discussed first.

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Download books for free. Density waves in solids/George Grilner. p. c. (Frontiers in physics ; v, 89) Includes bibliographical references and index, ISBN 0-201-62654-3 1. Charge density waves. 2. Energy-band theory of solids. Volumes of the Series published from 1961 to 1973 are not officially numbered. The parenthetical numbers shown are designed to aid librarians and bibliographers to check the completeness of their holdings.

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”Density Waves in Solidsis written for graduate students and scientists interested in solid-state sciences. It discusses the theoretical and experimental state of affairs of two novel types of broken symmetry ground states of metals, charge, and spin density waves. These states arise as the consequence of electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions in low-dimensional metals.Some fundamental aspects of the one-dimensional electron gas, and of the materials with anisotropic properties, are discussed first. This is followed by the mean field theory of the phases transitions—discussed using second quantized formalism—together with the various experimental observations on the transition and on the ground states. Fluctuation effects and the collective excitations are reviewed next, using the Ginzburg-Landau formalism, followed by the review of the interaction of these states with the underlying lattice and with impurities. The final chapters are devoted to the response of the ground states to external perturbations.