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The results of more careful

Conductivity Data for Metals at 0°C One free electron per atom is assumed: A is

factor of ...

The results of more careful

**calculations**are given in Table 10.1. Table 10.1.Conductivity Data for Metals at 0°C One free electron per atom is assumed: A is

**calculated**by using Eq. (10.17); values after Mott and Jones, with an error of afactor of ...

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concept of an effective mass is discussed in the next chapter. Table 10.6.

Ultraviolet Transmission of Alkalis X0 (

Effective ...

**Calculated**values are also given in the table, using effective masses m*. Theconcept of an effective mass is discussed in the next chapter. Table 10.6.

Ultraviolet Transmission of Alkalis X0 (

**calculated**, free electrons, mass m) (A)Effective ...

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observed and

metals is reproduced from this paper in Table 11.3. The Table 11.3. Comparison

of Observed and

observed and

**calculated**values of the conductivity of a number of monovalentmetals is reproduced from this paper in Table 11.3. The Table 11.3. Comparison

of Observed and

**Calculated**Values of the Electrical Conductivity at 0°C, in 104 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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