## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The formation of the (110), (111), and (322) planes of an fee crystal structure,

starting from (100) planes of atoms, is shown in Figs. 21a, b, c on p. 24. The

indices of a

...

The formation of the (110), (111), and (322) planes of an fee crystal structure,

starting from (100) planes of atoms, is shown in Figs. 21a, b, c on p. 24. The

indices of a

**direction**in a crystal are expressed as the set of the smallest integers...

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Figure 4 Stress component X, is a force applied in the x

a plane whose normal lies in the x

unit area of a plane whose normal lies in the y

...

Figure 4 Stress component X, is a force applied in the x

**direction**to a unit area ofa plane whose normal lies in the x

**direction**; X„ is applied in the x**direction**to aunit area of a plane whose normal lies in the y

**direction**. Figure 5 Demonstration...

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Waoes in the [100]

u = uo exp [i(Kac — лг)] •, (33) where u is the x component of the particle

displacement. Both the wavevector and the particle motion are along the x cube

edge.

Waoes in the [100]

**Direction**One solution of (32a) is given by a longitudinal waveu = uo exp [i(Kac — лг)] •, (33) where u is the x component of the particle

displacement. Both the wavevector and the particle motion are along the x cube

edge.

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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