Written from the point of view of a theorist, this short volume introduces the theoretical aspects of conduction processes in a wide range of non-crystalline materials such as amorphous semiconductors, liquids, amorphous metals, vitreous silicon dioxide, and heavily doped semiconductors. Other topics include polarons, photoconduction, and two-dimensional problems. These simple, up-to-date accounts of the most modern theories will be invaluable to experimentalists in physics and chemistry as well as to students beginning a study of solid state theory.
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'This revision ensures that the work remains a valuable point of reference for specialists in disordered solids for many years to come.' Professor D, Weaire, Trinity College, Dublin, Contemporary Physics, 1993, volume 34, number 3
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1987. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110198519818