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10a ) on the surface in K space of the selected

element of volume between the

right cylinder of base dsw and altitude dKı , so that 1 d3K = S ds . dk · shell Here

dK , is ...

10a ) on the surface in K space of the selected

**constant**frequency w . Theelement of volume between the

**constant**frequency surfaces w and w + dw is aright cylinder of base dsw and altitude dKı , so that 1 d3K = S ds . dk · shell Here

dK , is ...

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r Surface w + dw =

area ds on a

surfaces of

r Surface w + dw =

**constant**CO dK Surface w =**constant**Figure 10a Element ofarea ds on a

**constant**frequency surface in K space . The volume between twosurfaces of

**constant**frequency at w and w + dw is equal to s ds . dw / | kwl .Page 288

Charles Kittel. We can measure this transverse electric field. It is known as the

Hall field. The quantity F UB (41) is called the Hall

our simple model we substitute (40) in the first line of (38). We have ...

Charles Kittel. We can measure this transverse electric field. It is known as the

Hall field. The quantity F UB (41) is called the Hall

**constant**. To evaluate (41) onour simple model we substitute (40) in the first line of (38). We have ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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