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Prove this statement by considering a vector a taken to be the smallest non -

vanishing translation of the lattice , and

shorter than a , where a ' , a ' are vectors obtained from a by rotations of + 26 / 5 .

Prove this statement by considering a vector a taken to be the smallest non -

vanishing translation of the lattice , and

**show**that the vector a " – a ' would beshorter than a , where a ' , a ' are vectors obtained from a by rotations of + 26 / 5 .

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( a )

hydrogen atom gives a = an , where an is the Bohr radius . ( b ) Consider a

semiclassical model of the ground state of the hydrogen atom in an electric field

normal to the ...

( a )

**Show**that the expression ( 7 . 14 ) applied to the first Bohr orbit of thehydrogen atom gives a = an , where an is the Bohr radius . ( b ) Consider a

semiclassical model of the ground state of the hydrogen atom in an electric field

normal to the ...

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susceptibility of atomic hydrogen ( - 2 . ... Given an atom with a spherically

symmetrical charge distribution in an external field H ,

nucleus caused ...

**Show**that for this state p2 = 3ao ? , and calculate the molar diamagneticsusceptibility of atomic hydrogen ( - 2 . ... Given an atom with a spherically

symmetrical charge distribution in an external field H ,

**show**that the field at thenucleus caused ...

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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