This title is designed for a course on electrical engineering materials. The author has not added or removed sections to render this edition a second edition. However, a number of sections, illustrations, examples and problems have been revised and updated in the current revised edition. The revisions have improved the rigour without sacrificing the original semiquantitative approach. For example, the thermoelectric effect now includes the Mott-Jones index (x) which is normally treated at the graduate level but has been introduced here through a semiquantitative discussion to explain the true sign of the Seebeck coefficient in metals (one of the most difficult graduate topics in quantum mechanics of metals). Overall, there are over some 300 individual changes to improve the textbook.
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