solid-state physics(redirected from Solid-state physicist)
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The branch of condensed matter physics that deals with the physical properties of solids, especially the electromagnetic, thermodynamic, and structural properties of crystalline solids, such as semiconductors.
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(General Physics) (functioning as singular) the branch of physics concerned with experimental and theoretical investigations of the properties of solids, such as superconductivity, photoconductivity, and ferromagnetism
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The branch of physics that specializes in the study of solids, especially in the electric and magnetic properties of solid crystalline materials, such as semiconductors.
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|Noun||1.||solid-state physics - the branch of physics that studies the properties of materials in the solid state: electrical conduction in crystals of semiconductors and metals; superconductivity; photoconductivity|
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