Condensed Matter Physics from Oxford University Press
Browse some of our newest condensed matter physics textbooks, specialising in soft matter, fluid dynamics, and crystallography. Read more on Riffle

Biomedical Fluid Dynamics: Flow and Form by Troy Shinbrot
The newest title in our Fluid Dynamics collection, this textbook studies fluid flow in biological systems which include flow through blood vessels, pulsatile flow, and pattern formation.
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Problems in Structural Inorganic Chemistry by WaiKee Li
The central theme running through the problems provided in this book is symmetry, bonding and structure: molecular or crystalline. Its 422 problems and their acceptable answers make it an ideal text for use on courses.
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The Oxford Handbook of Soft Condensed Matter (Oxford Handbooks) by
Part of the renowned Oxford Handbooks series, this text guides the reader through the key subjects of interest within the field of soft condensed matter.
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Electrical Properties of Materials by Laszlo Solymar
With an informal and highly accessible writing style, the tenth addition of this book illustrates a simple treatment of mathematics with a clear guide to applications, making it a classic text in electrical and electronic engineering.
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Fluid Mechanics: A Geometrical Point of View by S. G. Rajeev
This comprehensive textbook emphasizes general principles of physics illustrated by simple examples in fluid mechanics.
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The Lattice Boltzmann Equation: For Complex States of Flowing Matter by Sauro Succi
Capturing the complexities of fluid states of matter stands as one of the most prominent challenges of modern science. This book provides a unique description of a major technique, the Lattice Boltzmann method, to accomplish this task.
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Biological Small Angle Scattering: Theory and Practice (International Union of Crystallography Monographs on Crystallography) by Eaton E. Lattman
Small angle solution scattering (SAS) is increasingly being applied to biological problems. This book was written to guide structural biologists who may wish to adopt the technique, understand its strengths and weaknesses, and gain more insight into its potential.
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Introduction to Engineering Fluid Mechanics by Marcel Escudier
Fluid mechanics plays a central role in the education of students of mechanical engineering, as well as chemical engineers, aeronautical and aerospace engineers, and civil engineers. This book provides an introduction to this essential facet of engineering.
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Soft Matter Physics by Masao Doi
Many basic concepts, which are required in advanced courses of condensed matter physics, such as coarse graining, scaling, phase separation, orderdisorder transition, Brownian motion, and fluctuationdissipation theorem, are explained in detail in this thorough and engaging textbook.
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Fluid Dynamics: Part 1: Classical Fluid Dynamics by Anatoly I. Ruban
The first of a threepart series, Volume 1 discusses the classical theories of fluid dynamics in a readily understandable way.
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Fluid Dynamics: Part 2: Asymptotic Problems of Fluid Dynamics by Anatoly I. Ruban
In Volume 2 of this fluid dynamics series, the reader is introduced to asymptotic methods and their applications to fluid dynamics.
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Fluid Dynamics: Part 3 Boundary Layers by Anatoly I. Ruban
The notion of the boundary layer was introduced by Prandtl (1904) to describe thin viscous layers that form on a rigid body surface in highReynoldsnumber flows. Part 3 of this series begins with the classical theory of the boundarylayer flows, including the Blasius boundary layer on a flat plate and the FalknerSkan solutions for the boundary layer on a wedge surface.
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The Physics of Solids by J.B. Ketterson
This comprehensive text covers the basic physics of the solid state, starting at an elementary level suitable for undergraduates before advancing, in stages, to a graduate and advanced graduate level.
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