## Introduction to solid state physics |

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T'» do this we first express the wave

the potential ...

T'» do this we first express the wave

**equation**as a set of linear algebraic**equations**in the Cs. We substitute the Fourier expansion (14) into the wave**equation**(13). The kinetic energy term is 2m r T 2m \ dx/ rv ' 2m dx2 2m , v ' andthe potential ...

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which is a very useful form of the wave

because a set of algebraic

differential

or ...

which is a very useful form of the wave

**equation**(13). It appears unfamiliar7 onlybecause a set of algebraic

**equations**has emerged in place of the usualdifferential

**equation**. The differential**equation**itself is hard to handle in a physicalor ...

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London

susceptibility X= — 1/4tt in CGS in the superconducting state or, in SI, x= — 1.

This sweeping assumption tends to cut off further discussion, and it does not

account for the ...

London

**Equation**We saw that the Meissner effect implies a magneticsusceptibility X= — 1/4tt in CGS in the superconducting state or, in SI, x= — 1.

This sweeping assumption tends to cut off further discussion, and it does not

account for the ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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