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A thermodynamic treatment of the antiferroelectric transition is given in

references 14 and 19 . PROBLEMS 8 . 1 .

atoms separated by a fixed distance a , each dipole having a polarizability a .

Find the relation ...

A thermodynamic treatment of the antiferroelectric transition is given in

references 14 and 19 . PROBLEMS 8 . 1 .

**Consider**a system consisting of 2atoms separated by a fixed distance a , each dipole having a polarizability a .

Find the relation ...

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In order to compute DB and Dp for grain - boundary diffusion , they

incoherent grain boundary to be a thin slab of low - resistance material , SA thick ,

of diffusivity DB . They similarly

In order to compute DB and Dp for grain - boundary diffusion , they

**consider**anincoherent grain boundary to be a thin slab of low - resistance material , SA thick ,

of diffusivity DB . They similarly

**consider**each dislocation in a low - angle grain ...Page 576

Onsager has carried out an approximate treatment of the latter situation by

molecule . If we

inside it ...

Onsager has carried out an approximate treatment of the latter situation by

**considering**a very small spherical cavity , just large enough to contain onemolecule . If we

**consider**this cavity real , we may ask what is the value of the fieldinside it ...

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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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