## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The stacking sequences in polytypism are not random, since a

repeated many times within a single crystal. Polytypism is encompassed in

classical crystallography, but it still surprises us to find it. Magnetic order. A

...

The stacking sequences in polytypism are not random, since a

**given**sequence isrepeated many times within a single crystal. Polytypism is encompassed in

classical crystallography, but it still surprises us to find it. Magnetic order. A

**given**...

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The momentum p is

fi2k2/2M„ is the kinetic energy of the incident neutron. If k7 is the wavevector of

the scattered neutron' the energy of the scattered neutron is h2k'2/2M„.

The momentum p is

**given**by ftk, where k is the wavevector of the neutron. Thusfi2k2/2M„ is the kinetic energy of the incident neutron. If k7 is the wavevector of

the scattered neutron' the energy of the scattered neutron is h2k'2/2M„.

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The probability that a

factor for thermal equilibrium at temperature T: p=e-Er/kBTt (i) where Ey is the

energy required to take an atom from a lattice site inside the crystal to a lattice

site ...

The probability that a

**given**lattice site is vacant is**given**simply by the Boltzmannfactor for thermal equilibrium at temperature T: p=e-Er/kBTt (i) where Ey is the

energy required to take an atom from a lattice site inside the crystal to a lattice

site ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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