## Introduction to solid state physics |

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102 I / •□ ' □ •>_•-; motion around the nucleus even in the lowest electronic state

, and at any instant * of time there is likely to be a nonvanishing electric

moment from this motion.3 An instantaneous

102 I / •□ ' □ •>_•-; motion around the nucleus even in the lowest electronic state

, and at any instant * of time there is likely to be a nonvanishing electric

**dipole**moment from this motion.3 An instantaneous

**dipole**moment of magnitude p\ on ...Page 449

It is this local field which determines the

The polarization P is defined as the

over the volume of a crystal cell. The total

It is this local field which determines the

**dipole**moment of the atom. PolarizationThe polarization P is defined as the

**dipole**moment per unit volume, averagedover the volume of a crystal cell. The total

**dipole**moment is defined (Fig. 1) as p ...Page 701

The polarizability of an oscillator is electric

intensity /? by the argument of Chap. 13. Thus Arj=-ftwo^=--C , (ID where C = ft«

oa2- This is the van der Waals interaction of Eq. (3.3). The interaction is a

quantum ...

The polarizability of an oscillator is electric

**dipole**moment _ e2 . . electric fieldintensity /? by the argument of Chap. 13. Thus Arj=-ftwo^=--C , (ID where C = ft«

oa2- This is the van der Waals interaction of Eq. (3.3). The interaction is a

quantum ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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