This book provides a concise but thorough introduction to important phenomena of low-temperature physics. It is ideally suited as a textbook for advanced undergraduates but will also be valuable to graduate students, scientists and engineers working in this field. Clear explanations of both theoretical and experimental approaches coupled with carefully selected problems will enable students to gain a firm understanding of even the most recent research developments.Surveys the fascinating historical development of the field. This book provides a concise but thorough introduction to important phenomena of low-temperature physics.
|Author||:||Christian Enss, Siegfried Hunklinger|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-04-05|