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The Debye model , shortly to be discussed ,

The Debye model , shortly to be discussed ,

**gives**a satisfactory account of the T3 variation , 6 5 Cp , cal / mole - deg d 1 ... The Einstein model does , however ,**give**a fairly good representation of the drop in heat capacity at low ...Page 142

This type of collision , which Peierls called an Umklapp process ,

This type of collision , which Peierls called an Umklapp process ,

**gives**rise to thermal resistance . ... order of G / 2 in order for the collision ( 6.51 ) to occur and**give**rise at low temperatures to a cool or low energy phonon 3.Page 356

and so the substitution of wo from ( 13.20 )

and so the substitution of wo from ( 13.20 )

**gives**( 13.23 ) en ? h ? / e m * * r = for the orbital radius . Substitution of ( 13.22 ) in ( 13.21 )**gives**e2 ( 13.24 ) E = 2er Eliminating r with the help of ( 13.23 ) , we have for the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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