## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The flux of

molecules; in equilibrium there is a flux of equal magnitude in the opposite

direction. The < • • • > denote average value. If c is the heat capacity of a

then ...

The flux of

**particles**in the x direction is гл(|tfx|>> where n is the concentration ofmolecules; in equilibrium there is a flux of equal magnitude in the opposite

direction. The < • • • > denote average value. If c is the heat capacity of a

**particle**,then ...

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The theory of the Fermi liquid is due to Landau.8 The object of the theory is to

give a unified account of the effect of interactions between

properties of a system of fermions. The results of the theory are expressed in

terms of ...

The theory of the Fermi liquid is due to Landau.8 The object of the theory is to

give a unified account of the effect of interactions between

**particles**on theproperties of a system of fermions. The results of the theory are expressed in

terms of ...

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In strengthening by the addition of small

considered: either the

that the

traversed ...

In strengthening by the addition of small

**particles**there are two cases to beconsidered: either the

**particle**can be deformed with the matrix, which requiresthat the

**particle**can be traversed by the dislocation, or the**particle**cannot betraversed ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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