## Introduction to solid state physics |

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The region of K < \/a or X > a corresponds to the continuum approximation; here u

is directly proportional to K. First Brilloum zone The range — it to + it for the

Ka of the exponential eiKa covers all independent values of the exponential.

The region of K < \/a or X > a corresponds to the continuum approximation; here u

is directly proportional to K. First Brilloum zone The range — it to + it for the

**phase**Ka of the exponential eiKa covers all independent values of the exponential.

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As the temperature increases the diffusion rate increases and the line width

decreases. The abrupt decrease in line width above T = 230° K is not the result of

a

time ...

As the temperature increases the diffusion rate increases and the line width

decreases. The abrupt decrease in line width above T = 230° K is not the result of

a

**phase**transition in the metal; the decrease occurs when the diffusion hoppingtime ...

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he e

m the usual chemical valence of 1 for Cu and Ag; 2 for Zn and Cd; 3 for Al and ia;

4 for Si, Ge, and Sn. The Hume-Rothery rules find a simple expression in terms ...

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**phase**. Representative experimental values are collected in Table 3, basedm the usual chemical valence of 1 for Cu and Ag; 2 for Zn and Cd; 3 for Al and ia;

4 for Si, Ge, and Sn. The Hume-Rothery rules find a simple expression in terms ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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