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important physical properties of some metals, in particular the simple monovalent

metals, in terms of the

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**Free Electron**Model of Metals It is possible to understand a number ofimportant physical properties of some metals, in particular the simple monovalent

metals, in terms of the

**free electron**model. According to this model the valence ...Page 266

Ultraviolet Transmission of Alkalis X0 (calculated,

Effective mass ratio m*/m, according to Brooks (see Chapter 11) X„ (calculated for

m*) (A) X0 observed (A) Li 1550 1.40 1840 1550 Na 2090 0.98 2070 2100 K

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Ultraviolet Transmission of Alkalis X0 (calculated,

**free electrons**, mass m) (A)Effective mass ratio m*/m, according to Brooks (see Chapter 11) X„ (calculated for

m*) (A) X0 observed (A) Li 1550 1.40 1840 1550 Na 2090 0.98 2070 2100 K

2870 ...

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good deal of insight into several of the physical properties of metals, yet there are

other properties for which the

The

**free electron**model of metals developed in the preceding chapter gives us agood deal of insight into several of the physical properties of metals, yet there are

other properties for which the

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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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