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The highest ultrasonic

and this is very considerably below the limiting

constants and

The highest ultrasonic

**frequency**yet generated in the laboratory is 10° in quartz ,and this is very considerably below the limiting

**frequency**. Estimates of elasticconstants and

**frequency**distribution of normal modes at**frequencies**...Page 134

complex , peaking at a number of intermediate

the distribution curves would be parabolic , one curve for longitudinal waves and

...

**frequency**spectrum of metallic sodium . It is seen that the spectrum is quitecomplex , peaking at a number of intermediate

**frequencies**. On the Debye theorythe distribution curves would be parabolic , one curve for longitudinal waves and

...

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m a = 2 – w ? where wo is the resonance

that the polarizability of a conducting metallic sphere of radius a is a = a * ; this

result is most easily obtained by noting that E = 0 inside the sphere and then

using ...

m a = 2 – w ? where wo is the resonance

**frequency**of the electron . 7 . 4 . Showthat the polarizability of a conducting metallic sphere of radius a is a = a * ; this

result is most easily obtained by noting that E = 0 inside the sphere and then

using ...

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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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