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**E Book Fundamentals of quantum mechanics for solid state electronics and optics pdf**

E Book Fundamentals of quantum mechanics for solid state electronics and optics pdf |

**Author(s): Chung Liang Tang**

**Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Year: 2005**

**ISBN: 0521829526,9780521829526**

**Describe:**

**Quantum mechanics has evolved from a subject of study in pure physics to one with a wide range of applications in many diverse fields. The basic concepts of quantum mechanics are explained in this book in a concise and easy to read manner, leading to applications in solid electronics and optics. After a logical sequence, the book focuses on the main ideas and is conceptually and mathematically self-written. The basic principles of quantum mechanics are illustrated by demonstrating their application to systems such as hydrogen atom, ions, multiple electrons and atoms, the formation of simple organic molecules and crystalline solids of practical importance. These basic concepts lead us to discuss some of the most important applications in semiconductor electronics and optics. The book contains many homework problems and is suitable for undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering, materials science, applied physics and chemistry.**

**Introduction**

**Quantum mechanics has evolved from the subject of study in pure physics to one with a**

**A wide range of applications in many diverse fields. Some of its most important applications are found in modern solid state electronics and optics. As such, it is now part of**

**University curriculum required more and more electrical engineering and materials**

**Science, and applied physics schools. This book is based on I lectures**

**Over the years I have developed teaching introductory quantum mechanics to students**

**At the postgraduate level / first year of postgraduate studies whose interest is primarily applications**

**In solid electronics and modern optics.**

**There are many excellent introductory books on quantum mechanics**

**Students majoring in physics or chemistry focus on atomic and nuclear physics**

**Of the latter's molecular and chemical physics.**

**Often, the approach**

**It is starting from a historical perspective, with some empirical observations that cannot be explained based on the principles of classical mechanics**

**Electrodynamics, followed by descriptions of various early evolution attempts**

**A set of new principles that could explain these "anomalies". It is a good way to display**

**Students historical thinking that led to the discovery and formulation**

**The basic principles of quantum mechanics.**

**This could be a reasonable approach**

**In the first half of the twentieth century when it was an exciting story it must be told**

**People still need to be convinced of its health and benefit. Most students today**

**We know that quantum theory is well established and important now.**

**what they want**

**Not knowing how to reinvent quantum mechanics, but what are the basic principles**

**Briefly and how it is used in applications in the atomic, molecular and solid state**

**Physics. For students of electronics, material science and applied physics in particular,**

**They need to see, above all, how quantum mechanics form the foundations of conversation**

**Electronics and optics semiconductor. To meet this need is the primary goal**

**This introductory book / reference book, for these students and for those who have not**

**They had no quantum mechanics in their previous days as a college student however**

**Now she wants to learn the topic on her own.**

**This book is not encyclopedic in nature but focuses on basic concepts**

**Results. We hope it is logical, educational. As a textbook, it is my concept and**

**Mathematically, mathematically, meaning that all results are derived, or derived,**

**From the first principles, based on the materials presented in the book in a logical order**

**Without excessive reliance on reference sources. The focus is on concise materialism**

**Explanations, supplemented by strict mathematical demonstrations, of how things are**

**Work and why they work the way they work.**

**A brief introduction in Chapter 1 of How One Formulates and**

**Solve problems at the atomic and subatomic levels. This is followed in Chapter 2a**

**Brief description of the basic assumptions of quantum mechanics and terminology**

**And the mathematical tools one will need for the rest of the book. This part of**

**By necessity the book tends to be on the abstract side and may appear to be slightly formal**

**For some junior students. It is not necessary to master all mathematics**

**Details and complications at this point. For organizational reasons, I feel better**

**To gather all this information in one place in the beginning so that ideas flow**

**Discussions on the main topic will not be interrupted again later**

**By the need to enter the necessary language and tools.**

**Then the basic principles of quantum mechanics are applied to a number of simplicity**

**Prototype problems in Chapters 3-5 that help clarify the basic concepts of LUKA**

**Prepare to discuss the most realistic interesting physical problems later**

**Chapters. Section 5.4 on photons is a discussion of the application of basic theory**

**Harmonic oscillators for radiation oscillators. It gives the basic rules of measurement**

**Of electromagnetic fields and discusses the historically important problem of black-body radiation and the newly developed quantum theory of coherent optical light**

**States. For an introductory course on quantum mechanics, this material could possibly**

**It is skipped.**

**Chapters 6 and 7 deal with atoms, hydrogen ions, and poly-electrons. Ago**

**This book does not focus on atomic spectroscopy, some of mathematics**

**The details that can be found in many excellent books on atomic physics are not**

**Repeated in this book, except for the main concepts and results. These chapters form**

**He founded subsequent discussions in Chapter 8 on important topics from**

**The theory of time-dependent disturbance and the interaction of radiation with matter. it's a**

**It naturally leads to Einstein's theory of resonance absorption and radiation emission**

**With atoms. One of his most important offspring is the ubiquitous visual marvel**

**Such as LASER (light amplification by catalytic radiation emission).**

**From hydrogen atoms and polygons, we are increasingly moving**

**A more complex world of molecules and solids in Chapter 9. The increasing complexity of physical systems requires more sophisticated approximation procedures**

**Dealing with related mathematical problems. Basic concept and methodology**

**A time-independent turbulence theory is presented and applied to the covalent bond**

**Diatomic and simple organic molecules. Crystalline solids are somewhat giant**

**Molecules with periodic network structures. Of particular interest is SP3**

**Constrained**

**Component and compound semiconductors for diamond and zinc bland structures.**

**Some of the most important applications of quantum mechanics are physics and semiconductor technology based on the properties of charge carriers in**

**Ion periodic clamps. Basic concepts and results on electronic properties**

**The semiconductor is discussed in Chapter 10. The molecular and orbital picture**

**A semi-free electron model out of the conduction and valence bands at**

**The semiconductor was developed on the basis of the powerful Bloch theory.**

**From these follow commonly used concepts and parameters to describe dynamics**

**The semiconductor charge carriers, and finally peaked at one of the most important**

**Building blocks of modern electronic and optical devices: pn junction.**

**For applications involving microscopic samples of many particles, the primary**

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