## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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MACROSCOPIC ELECTRIC FIELD One

body is that of the applied electric field, defined as E0 = field produced by fixed

charges external to the body. (6) The other

MACROSCOPIC ELECTRIC FIELD One

**contribution**to the electric field inside abody is that of the applied electric field, defined as E0 = field produced by fixed

charges external to the body. (6) The other

**contribution**to the electric field is the ...Page 456

... Figure 8 Calculation of the field in a spherical cavity in a uniformly polarized

medium. The

atom caused by the dipole moments of all the other atoms in the specimen: (CGS

) ...

... Figure 8 Calculation of the field in a spherical cavity in a uniformly polarized

medium. The

**contribution**Ei + E2 + E3 to the local field is the total field at oneatom caused by the dipole moments of all the other atoms in the specimen: (CGS

) ...

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... Y3Fe5012, after S. Shinozab, Phys. Rev. 122, 388 (1961). A plot of C/T3'2

versus T3'2 will be a straight line if the heat capacity is of the form C = aT3'2 +

bT3, where aT3'2 is the magnon

... Y3Fe5012, after S. Shinozab, Phys. Rev. 122, 388 (1961). A plot of C/T3'2

versus T3'2 will be a straight line if the heat capacity is of the form C = aT3'2 +

bT3, where aT3'2 is the magnon

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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