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It is seen that the maximum frequency which can be propagated in the lattice is

wm = (40/ M)^, corresponding to the

limits do not give us anything new : for example, the motions of two successive ...

It is seen that the maximum frequency which can be propagated in the lattice is

wm = (40/ M)^, corresponding to the

**values**A;m = +ir/a.**Values**of k outside theselimits do not give us anything new : for example, the motions of two successive ...

Page 249

There is considerable interest in knowing the

function of the electron concentration N. The number of states having n less than

a certain

of ...

There is considerable interest in knowing the

**value**of the Fermi level as afunction of the electron concentration N. The number of states having n less than

a certain

**value**nF is simply 2 X (4ir/3)nF3, as there are two independent states (of ...

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We therefore expect the transition metals to have

have high electronic heat capacities and high paramagnetic susceptibilities. High

diamagnetic susceptibilities will occur when m*/m <C 1. The observations are in ...

We therefore expect the transition metals to have

**values**of m*/m >>> 1, and tohave high electronic heat capacities and high paramagnetic susceptibilities. High

diamagnetic susceptibilities will occur when m*/m <C 1. The observations are in ...

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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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