In this context "heavy electrons" means electrons in rare-earth and actinide metals that acquire very large effective masses owing to strong local correlations.
This text offers an introduction to the theory of condensed matter and first appeared in 1996.
This a comprehensive textbook sets out to introduce special relativity to mathematicians, mathematical physicists and physicists in a natural way and avoid all "gee-whizz".
In the International Union of Crystallography series of monographs, this comprehensive compilation of 31 chapters from different authors looks at the latest developments in X-ray diffraction techniq...
This is a revised and updated edition, in paperback, of a book that, when it first appeared a few years ago (Bookshelf, Summer 1998), merited the comment "more than just a graduate level textbook......
First published in 1982, this work provides a useful overview of semiconductor physics without indulging in extraneous solid state matters.
This book is also a lively performance - its authors, from Dublin's Trinity College, evidently have a knowledge for thirst!
Last year the 90th anniversary of the birth of Russian scientific polymath Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogolyubov was marked by an international conference, which travelled through the three cities where he...
This winter, CERN's LEP pit formed the backdrop for an unusual theatrical performance portraying Paul Dirac's mathematical discovery of antimatter symmetry.
This carefully written book would make a useful introduction and guide to the difficult theory of this phenomenon.