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For the same nearest neighbor distance the cesium chloride structure has a

slightly ( ~ 1 % ) higher Coulomb

the value of the Madelung constant a is higher for cesium chloride ; however ,

each ...

For the same nearest neighbor distance the cesium chloride structure has a

slightly ( ~ 1 % ) higher Coulomb

**energy**than the sodium chloride structure , asthe value of the Madelung constant a is higher for cesium chloride ; however ,

each ...

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That is , there may arise a substantial region of

wave equation do not exist . Such

they are also called , are of decisive significance in determining whether a solid

is to ...

That is , there may arise a substantial region of

**energy**in which solutions of thewave equation do not exist . Such

**energy**gaps or forbidden**energy**bands , asthey are also called , are of decisive significance in determining whether a solid

is to ...

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The total exchange

$ o ? / N . If the total change of angle between domains is do = a , corresponding

to a reversal of magnetization direction on passing through the wall , the ...

The total exchange

**energy**of the line of N + 1 atoms is thus ( 15 . 37 ) Eex = JS ?$ o ? / N . If the total change of angle between domains is do = a , corresponding

to a reversal of magnetization direction on passing through the wall , the ...

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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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