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The Cambridge Solid State Science Series aims to provide accounts of the properties of solids both from a phenomenological and a theoretical viewpoint. A primary aim is to relate macroscopic physical or chemical properties to the atomic and electronic theory of solids wherever this is possible, or to the crystalline or other structure where this is more feasible. The books cut across the boundaries of physics, chemistry, engineering and materials science, and include titles on polymers, semiconductors, metals, ceramics and glasses.

  • General Editors: D. R. Clarke, University of California, Santa Barbara, S. Suresh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, I. M. Ward, University of Leeds
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