PHYS3004 Crystalline Solids 1. BONDING IN SOLIDS 1. BONDING IN SOLIDS 1. BONDING IN SOLIDS 2. CRYSTAL LATTICES

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Heiss, Michael, Contributor has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal PHYS3004 Crystalline Solids Prof. P.A.J. de Groot 1. BONDING IN SOLIDS Born-Oppenheimer Approximation Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals 1. BONDING IN SOLIDS Covalent bonding Ionic bonding Metallic bonding Van der Waals bonding

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1. BONDING IN SOLIDS Covalent bonding: LCAO Bonding in addition to anti-bonding states 2. CRYSTAL LATTICES Lattice & basis Wigner-Seitz cell 3. RECIPROCAL LATTICE Diffraction of waves (x-rays) Reciprocal lattice

3. RECIPROCAL LATTICE First Brillouin zone Bloch theorem: 4. FREE ELECTRON MODEL – JELLIUM Electrons in a box Time independent Schrödinger eq. Plane wave solutions Boundary conditions (box is finite) 4. FREE ELECTRON MODEL – JELLIUM Density of states Fermi energy

4. FREE ELECTRON MODEL – JELLIUM Charge oscillations – plasmons Electrical transport (relaxation time) Quantum Jellium Hall effect Breakdown of Jellium Model 5. NEARLY-FREE ELECTRON MODEL Perturbation theory – only significant changes in E(k) near degenerate points 5. NEARLY-FREE ELECTRON MODEL Effective mass Electrons in addition to holes

6. TIGHT BINDING jellium nearly-free electrons tight binding atoms 6. TIGHT BINDING LCAO Bloch theorem Crystal momentum 7. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CRYSTALS Paramagnetism – partly filled shells Curie’s law

7. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CRYSTALS Pauli paramagnetism Ferromagnetism & mean field theory 7. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CRYSTALS 8. SEMICONDUCTORS Intrinsic Doping (donors/acceptors) Valence b in addition to Conduction b in addition to

8. SEMICONDUCTORS Transport (electrons/holes) Einstein relation 8. SEMICONDUCTORS MOSFET Depletion width Gate-controlled conduction channel 2D electron gas – quantum Hall effect

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