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**References**Crystallography F. C. Phillips , An introduction to crystallography , Longmans , London , 1946 . M. J. Buerger , Elementary crystallography , John Wiley & Sons , New York , 1956 . Atomic physics background Max Born ...Page 74

( + ) pij > where now , if we take the

( + ) pij > where now , if we take the

**reference**ion as a negative charge , the plus sign will be used for positive ions and the minus sign for negative ions . An equivalent definition is a ( + ) ( 3.6 ) RO ті where r ; is the distance ...Page 573

A At the origin r = 0 we have 41 ( A.9 ) va { G ) S ( G ) G - 20 - G2 / 4 " AG The potential to at the

A At the origin r = 0 we have 41 ( A.9 ) va { G ) S ( G ) G - 20 - G2 / 4 " AG The potential to at the

**reference**ion point i due to the central Gaussian distribution is ( A.10 ) yo = $ o * ( 4uro dr ) ( p / r ) 2qi ( n / a ) ' s ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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