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PHYS 3610 - Solid State Physics (3)


(Formerly PHYS 361). A physical interpretation of the conductive properties of metal and semi-conductor materials based on the periodic nature of the crystalline solid, with applications including the transistor. Primarily for engineering, physics, or computer science students with junior standing. Required of all Physics majors. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 2120 , PHYS 2121   and either MATH 2110  or 2125. Offered in spring of odd-numbered years.