## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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If this increase exceeds the energy gap Eq , superconductivity will be destroyed .

The critical value qo of the modulation wavevector is defined by h2 kpo = E , : ( 29

) We define an intrinsic coherence

If this increase exceeds the energy gap Eq , superconductivity will be destroyed .

The critical value qo of the modulation wavevector is defined by h2 kpo = E , : ( 29

) We define an intrinsic coherence

**length**to related to the ciritical modulation ...Page 427

Table 5 Calculated intrinsic coherence

absolute zero (After R. Meservey and B. B. Schwartz) 427 Figure 22 A schematic

variation of the penetration depth X and the coherence

Table 5 Calculated intrinsic coherence

**length**and London penetration depth, atabsolute zero (After R. Meservey and B. B. Schwartz) 427 Figure 22 A schematic

variation of the penetration depth X and the coherence

**length**£ as functions of ...Page 444

In the London equation A or B should be a weighted average over the coherence

London penetration depth A^; the intrinsic coherence

In the London equation A or B should be a weighted average over the coherence

**length**£. ... Three important**lengths**enter the theory of superconductivity: theLondon penetration depth A^; the intrinsic coherence

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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