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The

determined by Fermi-surface geometry. Thus, this

an irrational fraction of the reciprocal lattice vectors of the undistorted structure.

The

**wave vector**of the Kohn anomaly, and of the Peierls distortion if it occurs, isdetermined by Fermi-surface geometry. Thus, this

**wave vector**will, in general, bean irrational fraction of the reciprocal lattice vectors of the undistorted structure.

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In this equation the periodic A functions must have an argument which is an

integral multiple of 2n/a in order to guarantee translational invariance. Let us now

suppose that the row of atoms is subjected to a periodic distortion of

q0 ...

In this equation the periodic A functions must have an argument which is an

integral multiple of 2n/a in order to guarantee translational invariance. Let us now

suppose that the row of atoms is subjected to a periodic distortion of

**wave vector**q0 ...

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The

where a is the bcc lattice constant. Thus, while a bcc reflection might have integer

Miller indices (h,k,l), the superlattice reflections related to this bcc reflection would

...

The

**wave vectors**of the latter are given by t = T0 + q0 = To + $(2jt/a)(l,l,1) (61)where a is the bcc lattice constant. Thus, while a bcc reflection might have integer

Miller indices (h,k,l), the superlattice reflections related to this bcc reflection would

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