Condensed matter physics deals with the macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter. The most familiar examples of condensed phases are solids and liquids, which arise from the bonding and electromagnetic force between atoms.
Frequently asked questions on Condensed Matter Physics, with a page where articles can be retrieved from various journals by typing their volume and page number.
arXiv.org e-print server. Free preprints of journal papers from 1992 onwards.
Links related to crystals, mathematical modeling, quantum liquids and the Hall effect, among others.
Wikipedia article about he macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter.
Provides general information about condensed matter physics featuring a blog and links to sources of funding and events.
This five week course is designed for students, postdoctoral and senior scientists in the field of Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation for condensed matter studies (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, Geosciences, Industrial applications).
A database of Fermi surfaces for elemental solids in VRML and gif. Stereo pictures, periodic table and Java program are also provided.
3D crystal structures in VRML of about 2000 compounds may be generated from a variety of standard crystallographic formats.
Theoretical condensed matter research at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Includes research details and information on seminars, publications and the history of the group.
Provided as a service to the international neutron scattering community by Argonne National Laboratory. Links to databases, software, research facilities, and information on conferences.
New developments in Condensed Matter Physics.
Boris Skoric introduces the subject of his dissertation on theoretical physics.
R.I.N.G.S. is a scientific code developed in Fortran90/MPI to analyze the results of molecular dynamics simulations. Its main feature is the analysis of the connectivity using ring statistics.
Thesis by Klaus-Friedhelm Schneider.
Crystallography software, applets and demos. Quasicrystals.
National Research Council report. Free to view and download.
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