## Introduction to solid state physics |

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Figure 16

temperature, after R. N. Sinclair and B. N. Brockhouse, Phys. Rev. 120, 1638 (

1960). The solid line is the best-fit theoretical curve. The results shown do not

extend very far ...

Figure 16

**Magnon**spectrum of a fee cobalt alloy (92 Co 8 Fe) at roomtemperature, after R. N. Sinclair and B. N. Brockhouse, Phys. Rev. 120, 1638 (

1960). The solid line is the best-fit theoretical curve. The results shown do not

extend very far ...

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(60b Equations (60ab) have a solution if uex — w wex cos ka uex cos ka w„ + w

Thus w2 = w2x(l — cos2 ka) ; w = wM|sin ka\ . (62 = 0 . (61 The dispersion

relation (62) for

(60b Equations (60ab) have a solution if uex — w wex cos ka uex cos ka w„ + w

Thus w2 = w2x(l — cos2 ka) ; w = wM|sin ka\ . (62 = 0 . (61 The dispersion

relation (62) for

**magnons**in an antiferromagnet is quiti different from (25) for**magnons**...Page 572

Problems. I.

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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