Wave velocity in a continuous system

Any system whose particle motion are governed by classical wave equation is a system in which harmonic waves of any wavelength can travel with the speed v
The value of v depends on the elastic and inertial properties of the system under consideration.
(1) Transverse wave on a stretched string

Displacement of the string is governed by the equation

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Superconductors and Superconductivity

Phenomenon of superconductivity was first observed by Kamerlingh Onnes in Leiden in 1911 ,3 years after he first liquified helium gas. He observed that electrical resistivity of such as mercury, tin, lead completely disappear i.e., suddenly dropped to zero in a small range of temperature at a critical temperature TC which is the characterstics of the material.

Crystals

Many materials like carbon can exist in various forms for example it can exist as diamond in solid form and graphite is also one form of carbon and clearly dimond and graphite have different mechanical, thermal, optical and electrical properties. These properties of different forms of carbon can be understood in terms of carbon atoms in the solid structure.

Reverse breakdown in PN Junction

When a PN junction is reversed biased it allows very small current to flow through it. This current is due to the movement of minority charge carriers and it is almost independent of the voltage applied.
If reverse bias is made too high, the current through PN junction increases abruptly and the voltage at which this phenomenon occurs is called breakdown voltage .