## Introduction to solid state physics |

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We

dw dz (6) using (5). The other strain components e^, eyz, ezz are

of the changes in angle between the axes: using (1) we may

We

**define**the strain components exx^en„ e„ by the relations €xx €rr — du dx - dvdw dz (6) using (5). The other strain components e^, eyz, ezz are

**defined**in termsof the changes in angle between the axes: using (1) we may

**define**(7) We may ...Page 183

Here t(0) is the static dielectric constant and t(oo) is the high frequency dielectric

function, but

results are shown in Fig. 19b. ZEROS AND POLES OF THE DIELECTRIC

FUNCTION ...

Here t(0) is the static dielectric constant and t(oo) is the high frequency dielectric

function, but

**defined**to include the core electron contribu- ion. Experimentalresults are shown in Fig. 19b. ZEROS AND POLES OF THE DIELECTRIC

FUNCTION ...

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The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is

CD where B is the macroscopic magnetic field intensity. In both systems of units X

is dimensionless. We shall sometimes for convenience refer to M/B as the ...

The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is

**defined**as (CCS) x = ^; (si) x = -^,CD where B is the macroscopic magnetic field intensity. In both systems of units X

is dimensionless. We shall sometimes for convenience refer to M/B as the ...

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CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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