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If we had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane - polarized

radiation , the

selective absorption of one of the two circular components of a plane wave ; the

other ...

If we had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane - polarized

radiation , the

**ratio**would have been unity . The factor one - half represents theselective absorption of one of the two circular components of a plane wave ; the

other ...

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electron spin the magnetic moment is MB = eh / 2mc , and the angular ...

**ratio**of the magnetic moment to the angular momentum . It is useful to equate the**ratio**to g ' e / 2mc , where g ' is called the magnetomechanical factor . 11 For anelectron spin the magnetic moment is MB = eh / 2mc , and the angular ...

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13 ) 2r / b = G / 0 , showing that the

magnitude of the Burgers vector equals the

shear stress . Since this latter

most ...

13 ) 2r / b = G / 0 , showing that the

**ratio**of the diameter of the critical loop to themagnitude of the Burgers vector equals the

**ratio**of the shear modulus to theshear stress . Since this latter

**ratio**is of the order 103 or 104 for the yielding ofmost ...

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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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