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In summary, there are several recommended books for beginners in Solid State Physics, including "Introduction to Solid State Physics" by Charles Kittel and "Solid State Physics: Principles and Applications" by John P. McKelvey and John A. Karkheck. For those looking for a focus on mathematical understanding, "Solid State Physics: An Introduction" by Philip Hofmann is highly recommended. Additionally, "Solid State Physics: Problems and Solutions" by Laszlo Mihaly and Michael C. Martin includes practical examples and problem-solving exercises. There are also online resources available, such as the companion website for "Solid State Physics: Essential Concepts" by David W. Snoke.

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I liked Kaxiras's book http://books.google.com/books?id=WTL_vgbWpHEC&source=gbs_navlinks_s .

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Kittel is good one for upper divison use Ashcroft Solid State Physics.

The best book for beginners in Solid State Physics is "Introduction to Solid State Physics" by Charles Kittel. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject with clear explanations and examples.

Yes, "Solid State Physics: Principles and Applications" by John P. McKelvey and John A. Karkheck is a great resource for both theoretical concepts and real-world applications of Solid State Physics.

"Solid State Physics: An Introduction" by Philip Hofmann is a highly recommended book for those looking to develop a strong mathematical understanding of Solid State Physics. It covers the subject in depth with a focus on mathematical concepts and equations.

"Solid State Physics: Problems and Solutions" by Laszlo Mihaly and Michael C. Martin includes numerous practical examples and problem-solving exercises to help readers apply their knowledge of Solid State Physics in real-life situations.

Yes, "Solid State Physics: Essential Concepts" by David W. Snoke has a companion website that includes additional resources such as interactive simulations, practice problems, and lecture slides. It is a great supplement to the book for further understanding of the subject.

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