## Introduction to solid state physics |

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Bemardes has calculated

energy contributions; the corrections act to reduce the binding and amount to 28,

10, 6, and 4 percent of Eq. ( 10) for Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe, respectively. The heavier

the ...

Bemardes has calculated

**quantum**-mechanical corrections including kineticenergy contributions; the corrections act to reduce the binding and amount to 28,

10, 6, and 4 percent of Eq. ( 10) for Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe, respectively. The heavier

the ...

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ENERGY LEVELS AND DENSITY OF ORBITALS IN ONE DIMENSION We first

discuss the behavior of a free electron gas in a one-dimensional world, taking

account of

mass m ...

ENERGY LEVELS AND DENSITY OF ORBITALS IN ONE DIMENSION We first

discuss the behavior of a free electron gas in a one-dimensional world, taking

account of

**quantum**theory and of the Pauli principle. Consider an electron ofmass m ...

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Quantization of Spin Waves The values of the total spin

system of N spins S are NS, NS — 1, ATS — 2, ... , according to the

mechanics of angular momenta. In the ferromagnetic ground state the total spin ...

Quantization of Spin Waves The values of the total spin

**quantum**number of asystem of N spins S are NS, NS — 1, ATS — 2, ... , according to the

**quantum**mechanics of angular momenta. In the ferromagnetic ground state the total spin ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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