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constants of single crystals. The

insight they give into the nature of the binding forces in solids, and they are also

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**Elastic**Constants of Crystals This chapter is concerned with the**elastic**constants of single crystals. The

**elastic**constants are of interest because of theinsight they give into the nature of the binding forces in solids, and they are also

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crystal classes has been given by Hearmon.1 In Fig. 4.3 the experimental values

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**elastic**constant data and of relationships among various coefficients for thecrystal classes has been given by Hearmon.1 In Fig. 4.3 the experimental values

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**elastic**constants of sodium chloride are plotted over a wide temperature ...Page 102

Find expressions for Young's modulus and l'oisson's ratio in terms of the

compliances or stiffnesses. 4.5. Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear

wave moving along a |1 10] direction with particle motion along a |ll0J direction in

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Find expressions for Young's modulus and l'oisson's ratio in terms of the

**elastic**compliances or stiffnesses. 4.5. Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear

wave moving along a |1 10] direction with particle motion along a |ll0J direction in

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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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