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Author: William H. Butler,Antonios Gonis
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Multiple Scattering in Solids (Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) by William H. Butler,Antonios Gonis



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Antonios Gonis William H. Butler. Multiple Scattering in Solids. With 44 Illustrations. Antonios Gonis Chemistry and Materials Science Group Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Livermore, CA 94551. USA. William H. Butler Metal and Ceramics Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, TN 37831. Graduate texts in contemporary physics). Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-4612-7080-5. ISBN 978-1-4612-1290-4 (eBook). 1. Multiple scattering (Physics) 2. Energy-band theory of solids.

Series: Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics. File: PDF, . 9 MB. Read online. p. cm. - (Graduate texts in contemporary physics) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-4612-7080-5 ISBN 978-1-4612-1290-4 (eBook) DOI 1. 4 1. The goal of this book is to present a self-contained exposition of MST within the computationally convenient angular-momentum representation.

by Antonios Gonis, William H. The book begins with an intuitive approach to scattering theory and then turns to partial waves and a formal development of multiple scattering theory, with applications to the solid state. The authors then present a variational derivation of the formalism and an augmented version of the theory, concluding with a discussion of the relativistic formalism and a discussion of the Poisson equation. Appendices discuss Green's functions, spherical functions, Moller operators and the Lippmann-Schwinger equation, irregular solutions, and singularities in Green's functions.

Multiple Scattering in Solids PDF. by Antonios Gonis, William H. Part of the Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics series. This approach has given rise to a large and growing list of applications both in classical and quantum physics. Presently, the method is being applied to the study of membranes and colloids, to acoustics, to electromagnetics, and to the solution of the quantum-mechanical wave equation. It is with this latter application, in particular, with the solution of the SchrOdinger and the Dirac equations, that this book is primarily concerned. We will also demonstrate that it provides a convenient technique for solving the Poisson equation in solid materials. These differential equations are important.

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A description of general techniques for solving linear partial differential equations by dividing space into regions to which the equations are independently applied and then assembling a global solution from the partial ones. Intended for researchers and graduates involved in calculations of the electronic structure of materials, this will also be of interest to workers in quantum chemistry, electron microscopy, acoustics, optics, and other fields. The book begins with an intuitive approach to scattering theory and then turns to partial waves and a formal development of multiple scattering theory, with applications to the solid state. The authors then present a variational derivation of the formalism and an augmented version of the theory, concluding with a discussion of the relativistic formalism and a discussion of the Poisson equation. Appendices discuss Green's functions, spherical functions, Moller operators and the Lippmann-Schwinger equation, irregular solutions, and singularities in Green's functions.