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The exhaustive list of topics in Electronic Properties of Solids in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Quantum Mechanics:
    Quantum mechanics of matter waves, Time-independent Schrodinger Equation, Solution of Schrodinger equation.
  • Energy bands in solids:
  1. Translational vectors & the reciprocal lattice
  2. Brillouin zone
  3. Brillouin zones in one,two & three dimensions
  4. Free electron bands
  5. Band structure for some metals & semiconductors
  6. Curves & planes of equal energy
  7. Fermi energy & Fermi surface
  8. Density of states and population density
  9. Consequences of band model
  • Electrical properties of metals & alloys:
  1. Classical theory of conductivity
  2. Quantum mechanical theory of conductivity
  3. Metals, alloys,ordering & phase stability
  4. Superconductivity: theory & experiment
  • Electrical properties of semiconductors:
  1. Band structure
  2. Intrinsic & Extrinsic semiconductors
  3. Hall effect
  4. Compound semiconductors
  5. Electrical properties for device applications
  • Electrical properties of smart materials:
  1. Conducting polymer & organic metals
  2. Conduction in metal oxides
  3. Metallic glasses
  4. Dielectric properties
  5. Ferroelectricity & piezoelectricity
  • Magnetic properties of materials:
  1. Classical theory of magnetic phenomena & their interpretations: Diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, antiferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism.
  2. Quantum mechanical considerations of the magnetic phenomena
  3. Applications: Soft magnetic materials, Hard magnetic materials, Magnetic recording & magnetic memories.
  4. Applications to novel materials: Ferromagnetic shape-memory alloys & Dilute magnetic semiconductors
  • Thermal properties of materials:
  1. Thermal properties: Heat capacity, specific heat, thermal conductivity
  2. Classical theory of heat capacity
  3. Quantum mechanical considerations-the phonon: Einstein & Debye models
  4. Electronic & phononic contributions to heat capacity
  5. Thermal conduction in metals & alloys-classical and quantum theories
  6. Thermal conduction in dielectric materials
  7. Thermal expansion