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Among the successes were the derivation of the functional form of Ohm's law connecting the electric current with the electric field and , in particular , the validity of the Wiedemann - Franz

Among the successes were the derivation of the functional form of Ohm's law connecting the electric current with the electric field and , in particular , the validity of the Wiedemann - Franz

**relation**between the electrical conductivity ...Page 239

We may introduce the mean free path A by the

We may introduce the mean free path A by the

**relation**( 10.17 ) where u is an appropriate average electron velocity . We shall see later in this chapter that the appropriate value of u for copper is A = TU , 3.0 2.0 1.5 Silver - = 520 A ...Page 596

... for further reading there are a number of specialized texts . We mention among the more elementary texts those by Zemansky and by Gurney . ? The first and second laws of thermodynamics lead to the

... for further reading there are a number of specialized texts . We mention among the more elementary texts those by Zemansky and by Gurney . ? The first and second laws of thermodynamics lead to 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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