## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The analysis is much simpler in these special directions than in general

directions.5

classic methods for the measurement of the elastic constants of crystals are

described by ...

The analysis is much simpler in these special directions than in general

directions.5

**EXPERIMENTAL**DETERMINATION OF ELASTIC CONSTANTS Theclassic methods for the measurement of the elastic constants of crystals are

described by ...

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temperature and very much below the Fermi temperature, the heat capacity of

metals at constant volume may be written as the sum of electronic and lattice ...

**Experimental**Heat Capacity of Metals At temperatures much below the Debyetemperature and very much below the Fermi temperature, the heat capacity of

metals at constant volume may be written as the sum of electronic and lattice ...

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Table 4

and thermal processes.

Table 4 are in good agreement wit (56). On purely classical theory with a ...

Table 4

**Experimental**Lorenz numbers relaxation times°are identical for electricaland thermal processes.

**Experiment**) values of L at 0°C and at 100°C as given inTable 4 are in good agreement wit (56). On purely classical theory with a ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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