## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The solid curve is

superposition of

due to the expansion of charge distributions in the crystal, and part is due to an ...

The solid curve is

**calculated**from the observed / values; the dashed curve is thesuperposition of

**calculated**free atom charge densities. Part of the difference isdue to the expansion of charge distributions in the crystal, and part is due to an ...

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33). COVALENT CRYSTALS The covalent bond is the classical electron pair 3 ...

**Calculated**from B and fio. using Eqs. (24) and (31); for the NaCl structure z = 6. f**Calculated**from B and fio. using Eq. (31). |**Calculated**from B and fio, using Eq. (33). COVALENT CRYSTALS The covalent bond is the classical electron pair 3 ...

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We see that the accurate values of the Hall constant for the monovalent metals

sodium and potassium are in excellent agreement with the values

one valence electron per atom, using (42). Notice next the values for the trivalent

...

We see that the accurate values of the Hall constant for the monovalent metals

sodium and potassium are in excellent agreement with the values

**calculated**forone valence electron per atom, using (42). Notice next the values for the trivalent

...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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