## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We

not changed on reflection. Inelastic scattering (scattering accompanied by the

excitation of elastic waves in the crystal) is treated in Chapter 5.

series ...

We

**consider**elastic scattering, so that the wavelength of the photon or neutron isnot changed on reflection. Inelastic scattering (scattering accompanied by the

excitation of elastic waves in the crystal) is treated in Chapter 5.

**Consider**aseries ...

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atom having a polarizability a. Find the relation between a and a for such a

system to be ferroelectric. Hint: The dipolar field is strongest along the axis of the

dipole.

**Consider**a system of two neutral atoms separated by a fixed distance a, eachatom having a polarizability a. Find the relation between a and a for such a

system to be ferroelectric. Hint: The dipolar field is strongest along the axis of the

dipole.

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Equivalent electrical circuit

with a resistance Bo; show if the coil is completely filled with a spin system

characterized by the susceptibility components x'^) and x"^) that the inductance at

...

Equivalent electrical circuit

**Consider**an empty coil of inductance Lo in a serieswith a resistance Bo; show if the coil is completely filled with a spin system

characterized by the susceptibility components x'^) and x"^) that the inductance at

...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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