, Volume 10, Issue 12, pp 23–38 | Cite as

Electrons in condensed matter

  • T. V. Ramakrishnan


Quantized Hall Effect Pauli Exclusion Principle Fractional Quantum Outer Electron Hall Resistance 
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Suggested reading

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    W Hume Rothery.Electrons, Atoms, Metals and Alloys. 3rd Edn. Dover Publication. New York, 1963. A book in the form of a dialogue between an older metallurgist and a younger scientist on the relevance of quantum behaviour of electrons to metallurgical phenomena.Google Scholar
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    T V Ramakrishnan and C N R Rao.Superconductivity Today. Wiley Eastern. New Delhi. 1992. An elementary introduction.Google Scholar
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    C Kittel.Introduction to Solid State Physics. Seventh Edition. (Wiley, New York. 1994. A standard text notable for its attention to phenomena and physical explanation.Google Scholar
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    PW Anderson.Physics Today. October 1997. A stimulating essay on the unusual ways of electrons in condensed matter, by a master.Google Scholar
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    R Srinivasan,Resonance, Vol.1. No.12, Vol.2. No.2, No.6, No.10.Google Scholar

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© Indian Academy of Sciences 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsIndian Institute of ScienceBangaloreIndia

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