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11.2(a) we have indicated the general nature of the variation of the electrostatic

potential energy of a conduction electron in the field of the positive ion cores of a

monatomic linear lattice. We expect the ion cores to bear a positive

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11.2(a) we have indicated the general nature of the variation of the electrostatic

potential energy of a conduction electron in the field of the positive ion cores of a

monatomic linear lattice. We expect the ion cores to bear a positive

**charge**, as V,...

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where n is the surface concentration of free

the dielectric constant of the crystal as unity-. Thus n = l/47re ~ 2 X 10s electrons/

cm2. This figure is comparable with the amount of

where n is the surface concentration of free

**charge**. In this estimate we are takingthe dielectric constant of the crystal as unity-. Thus n = l/47re ~ 2 X 10s electrons/

cm2. This figure is comparable with the amount of

**charge**piled up by a current ...Page 571

We shall consider a lattice made up of ions with positive or negative

shall assume that the ions are spherical and do not overlap. We compute the total

potential at an ion as the sum of two distinct but related potentials.

We shall consider a lattice made up of ions with positive or negative

**charges**andshall assume that the ions are spherical and do not overlap. We compute the total

potential at an ion as the sum of two distinct but related potentials.

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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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