Can you please recommend me some condensed matter physics study books and semi-conductor physics study books? Much Appreciated!
Some good options for beginners include "Introduction to Solid State Physics" by Charles Kittel, "Solid State Physics" by Neil W. Ashcroft and N. David Mermin, and "Condensed Matter Physics" by Michael P. Marder.
For graduate-level studies, "Semiconductor Physics and Devices" by Donald A. Neamen, "The Physics of Semiconductors" by Marius Grundmann, and "Fundamentals of Semiconductor Physics and Devices" by Rolf E. Hummel are highly recommended.
Yes, there are several textbooks that cover both topics, such as "Semiconductor Physics: An Introduction" by Karlheinz Seeger, "Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science: An Introduction" by John P. McEvoy, and "Condensed Matter Physics" by Michael P. Marder.
Yes, there are many online resources available such as lecture notes, video lectures, and online courses on platforms like Coursera and edX. Some recommended resources include MIT OpenCourseWare, Khan Academy, and NPTEL.
For understanding the practical applications, some good books include "Introduction to Semiconductor Physics" by Holger T. Grahn, "Semiconductor Physics and Applications" by M. Balkanski, and "Semiconductor Devices: Basic Principles" by Jasprit Singh.