© 1972

Chemical Bonds in Solids

Volume 4: Semiconductor Crystals, Glasses, and Liquids

  • Academician N. N. Sirota

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Semiconducting Properties and Chemical Bonds

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. O. G. Karpinskii, B. A. Evseev
      Pages 3-7
    3. B. K. Voronov, L. D. Dudkin, N. N. Trusova
      Pages 8-15
    4. Ya. A. Ugai, V. Z. Anokhin, E. M. Averbakh
      Pages 16-20
    5. B. K. Voronov, L. D. Dudkin, N. N. Trusova
      Pages 21-26
    6. G. V. Lashkarev, L. A. Ivanchenko, V. A. Obolonchik, T. M. Mikhlina, V. I. Lazorenko
      Pages 39-44
    7. N. N. Sirota, Ts. Z. Vitkina, É. I. Bolvanovich
      Pages 49-51
  3. Complex Semiconductors

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 53-53
    2. L. V. Kradinova, A. A. Vaipolin, N. A. Goryunova
      Pages 69-72
    3. S. I. Radautsan, V. F. Zhitar’, V. E. Tézlévan, F. G. Donika
      Pages 73-77
    4. V. I. Rigin, S. S. Batsanov
      Pages 78-80
    5. G. K. Averkieva, A. A. Vaipolin, N. A. Goryunova, V. D. Prochukhan
      Pages 81-85
    6. N. A. Goryunova, V. S. Grigor’eva, L. V. Kradinova, V. D. Prochukhan
      Pages 86-91

About this book


The present four volumes, published under the collective title of "Chemical Bonds in Solids," are the translation of the two Russian books "Chemical Bonds in Crystals" and "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors." These contain the papers presented at the Conference on Chemical Bonds held in Minsk between May 28 and June 3, 1967, together with a few other papers (denoted by an asterisk) which have been specially incorporated. Earlier collections (also published by the Nauka i Tekhnika Press of the Belorussian Academy of Sciences) were entitled "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors and Solids" (1965) and "Chemical Bonds in Semiconductors and Thermody­ namics" (1966) and are available in English editions from Consultants Bureau, New York (pub­ lished in 1967 and 1968, respectively). The subject of chemical bonds in crystals, including semiconductors, has recently become highly topical and has attracted the interest of a wide circle of physicists, chemists, and engineers. Until recently, the most successful description of the properties of solids (including semi­ conductors) has been provided by the band theory, which still dominates the physics of solids. Nevertheless, it is clear that the most universal approach is that based on the general theory of chemical bonds in crystals, in which details of the electron distributions between atoms and of the wave functions appear quite explicitly.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Academician N. N. Sirota
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Solids and SemiconductorsAcademy of Sciences of the Belorussian SSRMinskBelarus

Bibliographic information

  • Book Title Chemical Bonds in Solids
  • Book Subtitle Volume 4: Semiconductor Crystals, Glasses, and Liquids
  • Authors Academician N. N. Sirota
  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Consultants Bureau, New York 1972
  • Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Hardcover ISBN 978-0-306-17154-3
  • Softcover ISBN 978-1-4684-8684-1
  • eBook ISBN 978-1-4684-8682-7
  • Edition Number 1
  • Number of Pages XIII, 165
  • Number of Illustrations 0 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
  • Topics Physical Chemistry
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