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Solid-state physics studies how macroscopic properties of solids (mechanical, electrical, optical, etc.) result from their microscopic structure. It usually deals with the scale where quantum properties of the particles are substantial.

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Just a heads up - please make this answer understandable to around 1st year degree level physics - not PhD research. So I can understand it - thanks. I was wondering why they Critical Temperature (Tc …
asked Nov 14 '14 by zordman
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Graphene is always in the news now a days and its key features are that it is; very strong, conductive and transparent. It is so transparent that each layer of graphene will only absorb 2% of Light pa …
asked Dec 6 '14 by zordman
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Just a heads up - please make this answer understandable to around 1st year degree level physics - not PhD research. So I can understand it - thanks. 1) In solid state physics, why is it that below a …
asked Oct 25 '14 by zordman
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What is the Difference Between BCS Theory and Ginzburg-Landau Theory? I have been studying Superconductivity and I know that Both of the theories (BCS Theory and Ginzburg-Landau Theory) can be used t …
asked Dec 1 '14 by zordman
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There has been a lot of news about Graphene since its discovery in 2004. And as we are all told it is a revolutionary material which is very strong, conductive and transparent. But what is it about t …
asked Dec 6 '14 by zordman