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The distance between a positive ion and the nearest negative ion in

energy of the two ions by themselves is e2Ao = (4.8 X l(r10)7(2.8 X 1(T8) = 8 X ...

The distance between a positive ion and the nearest negative ion in

**sodium****chloride**is known to be 2.81 X 10~ 8 cm, so that the attractive part of the potentialenergy of the two ions by themselves is e2Ao = (4.8 X l(r10)7(2.8 X 1(T8) = 8 X ...

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Structure a

Zinc blende, ZnS 1.6381 Wurtzite, ZnS 1.641 The cesium chloride lattice is body-

centered cubic and may be easily visualized. We consider (Fig. 3.7) cesium ions

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Structure a

**Sodium chloride**, NaCl 1.747558 Cesium chloride, CsCl 1 .762670Zinc blende, ZnS 1.6381 Wurtzite, ZnS 1.641 The cesium chloride lattice is body-

centered cubic and may be easily visualized. We consider (Fig. 3.7) cesium ions

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Calculate the value of X in Eq. (3.1) for

and R0 = 2.81 X 10-8 cm. Ana. X = 0.7 X 10-88 ergs cm10. 3.3. Show for the

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Calculate the value of X in Eq. (3.1) for

**sodium chloride**, taking n = 10; Aio - 6.43;and R0 = 2.81 X 10-8 cm. Ana. X = 0.7 X 10-88 ergs cm10. 3.3. Show for the

**sodium chloride**structure that a = 1.75; use the Evjen method as discussed in 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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