Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed matter physics deals with many-body interacting systems. However, it builds on, and in turn contributes to, other fields. It requires knowledge of the fundamental force laws between atoms and molecules and the properties of small groups of these particles; it thus builds on atomic and molecular physics as well as on classical and quantum mechanics. Since it focuses on macroscopic properties rather than trajectories of individual particles, condensed matter physics requires an understanding of how things behave under different averaging processes; it builds on statistical mechanics and thermodynamics. Probably the most important unifying concept to emerge from the study of condensed matter physics is that macroscopic properties are governed by conservation laws and broken symmetries.

  • Solid state physics
  • Crystallography
  • Quantum mechanics
  • Superconductivity and super fluidity
  • Fluid mechanics

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