## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Charles Kittel. Figure 23 (left above) Construction of the first

oblique lattice in two dimensions. The crystal lattice is similar to that of Fig. 19.

We first draw a number of vectors from O to nearby points in the reciprocal lattice.

Charles Kittel. Figure 23 (left above) Construction of the first

**Brillouin zone**for anoblique lattice in two dimensions. The crystal lattice is similar to that of Fig. 19.

We first draw a number of vectors from O to nearby points in the reciprocal lattice.

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We construct the reciprocal lattice of the crystal " (L. Brillouin, 1930)

CONSTRUCTION OF FERMI SURFACES With ... the midpoint of G. The first

bisectors of Gi and of ...

We construct the reciprocal lattice of the crystal " (L. Brillouin, 1930)

CONSTRUCTION OF FERMI SURFACES With ... the midpoint of G. The first

**Brillouin zone**of the square lattice is the area enclosed by the perpendicularbisectors of Gi and of ...

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Brill cniin zones of rectangular lattice. Make a plot of the first two

of a primitive rectangular two-dimensional lattice with axes a, b = 3a. 2.

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Brill cniin zones of rectangular lattice. Make a plot of the first two

**Brillouin zones**of a primitive rectangular two-dimensional lattice with axes a, b = 3a. 2.

**Brillouin****zone**, square lattice, (a) Construct the fourth zone of the square lattice, (b) For the...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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