## Introduction to solid state physics |

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By the geometrical periodicity of the ring the

for all s, so that the NKa must be an integral multiple of 2n. For N = 8 the allowed

independent values of K are 0, 2w/8a, 4w/8a, 6w/8a, and 8v/Sa. The value K = 0

...

By the geometrical periodicity of the ring the

**boundary**condition is that u#+, = o,for all s, so that the NKa must be an integral multiple of 2n. For N = 8 the allowed

independent values of K are 0, 2w/8a, 4w/8a, 6w/8a, and 8v/Sa. The value K = 0

...

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The observed limit of the fee phase occurs close o the electron concentration of

1.36 at which an inscribed Fermi sphere makes :ontact with the Brillouin zone

is ...

The observed limit of the fee phase occurs close o the electron concentration of

1.36 at which an inscribed Fermi sphere makes :ontact with the Brillouin zone

**boundary**for the fee lattice. The observed jlectron concentration of the bec phaseis ...

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Figure 12 Electron micrograph of dislocation structures in small-angle grain

Goodrich and C. Thomas.) have a [001] axis in common. Such a

called ...

Figure 12 Electron micrograph of dislocation structures in small-angle grain

**boundaries**in an Al-7% Mg solid solution. Magnification X 17,000 (Courtesy of R.Goodrich and C. Thomas.) have a [001] axis in common. Such a

**boundary**iscalled ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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