## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The particles can oscillate if connected by elastic springs . In a normal

displacement Ug of atoms s will be of the form sin ska or cos ska : these are

independent

condition ...

The particles can oscillate if connected by elastic springs . In a normal

**mode**thedisplacement Ug of atoms s will be of the form sin ska or cos ska : these are

independent

**modes**. By the geometrical periodicity of the ring the boundarycondition ...

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5 Figure 9 Density of phonon

nearest - neighbor interactions , after Eq . ( 27 ) , as compared with the density of

the ...

5 Figure 9 Density of phonon

**modes**( w ) for monatomic line of atoms withnearest - neighbor interactions , after Eq . ( 27 ) , as compared with the density of

**modes**in the Debye or continuum approximation calculated from Eq . ( 22 ) forthe ...

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These are just the

macroscopic elastic constants . The energy of short wavelength

high to allow them to be populated at low temperatures , according to ( 11 ) .

These are just the

**modes**that may be treated as in an elastic continuum withmacroscopic elastic constants . The energy of short wavelength

**modes**is toohigh to allow them to be populated at low temperatures , according to ( 11 ) .

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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