## Introduction to solid state physics |

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Derivation of Force Constants from Experimental

metals the effective forces may be of quite long range. Effects have been found

which connect planes of atoms separated by as many as twenty planes.11 It is

quite ...

Derivation of Force Constants from Experimental

**Dispersion Relation**In manymetals the effective forces may be of quite long range. Effects have been found

which connect planes of atoms separated by as many as twenty planes.11 It is

quite ...

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Figure 2a

The group velocity vs — du/dK is the slope of the dispersion curve. Although the

dielectric function is between zero and one, the group velocity is less than the ...

Figure 2a

**Dispersion relation**for transverse electromagnetic waves in a plasma.The group velocity vs — du/dK is the slope of the dispersion curve. Although the

dielectric function is between zero and one, the group velocity is less than the ...

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Problems. I. Magnon

27) for a span S on a simple cubic lattice, z — 6. Hint: Show first that (21a) is

replaced by dS,. |Hf)(«v-?o. where the central atom is at p and the six nearest ...

Problems. I. Magnon

**dispersion relation**. Derive the magnon**dispersion relation**(27) for a span S on a simple cubic lattice, z — 6. Hint: Show first that (21a) is

replaced by dS,. |Hf)(«v-?o. where the central atom is at p and the six nearest ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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