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Dielectric Properties In this chapter we discuss first the relationship between the

applied electric

of the local

Dielectric Properties In this chapter we discuss first the relationship between the

applied electric

**field**and the local electric**field**acting on an atom . The interactionof the local

**field**with the atom determines the polarization , yet the local**field**...Page 158

If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen , we may , according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory , calculate the

surface ...

If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen , we may , according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory , calculate the

**field**of the specimen as equal to the**field**of asurface ...

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external

nearest neighbor distance . We may therefore expect a line width of the order of

AH ~ N , which for electrons may be ~ ( 10 - 20 ) ( 1023 ) = 1000 oersteds , and

for ...

external

**field**plus a random**field**of the order of AH ~ ula ? ~ 4N , where a is thenearest neighbor distance . We may therefore expect a line width of the order of

AH ~ N , which for electrons may be ~ ( 10 - 20 ) ( 1023 ) = 1000 oersteds , and

for ...

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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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