## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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°K 400 500 Figure 34 Temperature

of MoKct radiation reflected from the (800) planes of copper, after P. A. Flinn,

G. M. McManus, and J. A. Rayne, Phys. Rev. 123, 809(1961). Temperature ...

°K 400 500 Figure 34 Temperature

**dependence**of the integrated x-ray intensityof MoKct radiation reflected from the (800) planes of copper, after P. A. Flinn,

G. M. McManus, and J. A. Rayne, Phys. Rev. 123, 809(1961). Temperature ...

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The temperature

dominated by the exponential

concentration. This is the basis for the use of conductivity data in the

determination of the ...

The temperature

**dependence**of the conductivity in the intrinsic region will bedominated by the exponential

**dependence**exp ( — EJIksT) of the carrierconcentration. This is the basis for the use of conductivity data in the

determination of the ...

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... from the strain

coupling constants . Show that the total energy is a minimum when en _ B . [ C12

– a ; ? ( C11 + 2C12 ) ] . [ ( Cu – C12 ) ( Cu + 2C12 ) ] ( i + j ) . exy = - Bzajaj T44 ...

... from the strain

**dependence**of Ux ; here B , and B2 are called magnetoelasticcoupling constants . Show that the total energy is a minimum when en _ B . [ C12

– a ; ? ( C11 + 2C12 ) ] . [ ( Cu – C12 ) ( Cu + 2C12 ) ] ( i + j ) . exy = - Bzajaj T44 ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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