Posted by **Alexpal** at March 10, 2007

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 2, 2001) | ISBN-10: 0521587093 | PDF | 3,7 Mb | 602 pages

The electron theory of metals describes how electrons are responsible for the bonding of metals and subsequent physical, chemical and transport properties. This textbook gives a complete account of electron theory in both periodic and non-periodic metallic systems. The author presents an accessible approach to the theory of electrons, comparing it with experimental results as much as possible. The book starts with the basics of one-electron band theory and progresses to cover up-to-date topics such as high Tc superconductors and quasicrystals.

Posted by **tika12** at Feb. 13, 2008

Oxford University Press, USA | 1991-09-26 | ISBN: 0198551843 | 304 pages | Djvu | 2,7 Mb

Posted by **Alexpal** at Jan. 16, 2006

Cambridge University Press | ISBN 0521587093 | 2001 Year | PDF | 3,68 Mb | 602 Pages

Posted by **fdts** at Sept. 9, 2014

by R. H. Fowler

English | 1980 (1955) | ISBN: 0521093775 | 876 pages | DJVU | 56.62 MB

Posted by **step778** at May 19, 2017

2014 | pages: 663 | ISBN: 1441982639 | PDF | 14,6 mb

Posted by **bookwyrm** at Jan. 12, 2016

2015 | 672 Pages | ISBN: 1441982639 | PDF | 15 MB

Posted by **gosiaiza** at Feb. 7, 2007

543 pages | Springer; 1 edition (February 29, 2004) | English | ISBN-10: 140201905X | ISBN-13: 9781402019050 | PDF

5.4 MB

Posted by **roxul** at Sept. 24, 2017

English | ISBN: 1138955620 | 2017 | 218 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Sept. 23, 2017

English | PDF | 2011 | 919 Pages | ISBN : 0387400877 | 6.69 MB

This book’s first edition has been widely cited by researchers in diverse fields. The following are excerpts from reviews. “Inequalities: Theory of Majorization and its Applications” merits strong praise. It is innovative, coherent, well written and, most importantly, a pleasure to read. … This work is a valuable resource!” (Mathematical Reviews).

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Sept. 23, 2017

English | PDF | 2004 | 522 Pages | ISBN : 1441923306 | 52.99 MB

The development of the theory of chaotic dynamics and its subsequent wide applicability in science and technology has been an extremely important achievement of modern mathematics. This volume collects several of the most influential papers in chaos theory from the past 40 years, starting with Lorenz's seminal 1963 article and containing classic papers by Lasota and Yorke (1973), Bowen and Ruelle (1975), Li and Yorke (1975), May (1976), Henon (1976), Milnor (1985), Eckmann and Ruelle (1985), Grebogi, Ott, and Yorke (1988), Benedicks and Young (1993) and many others, with an emphasis on invariant measures for chaotic systems.