## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The structure factor can cancel some reflections allowed by the space lattice ,

and the missing reflections help us in the determination of the structure . Structure

Factor of the bcc Lattice . The basis of the bcc structure

...

The structure factor can cancel some reflections allowed by the space lattice ,

and the missing reflections help us in the determination of the structure . Structure

Factor of the bcc Lattice . The basis of the bcc structure

**referred**to the usual cubic...

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One curve gives the excitation energy to add an electron or to add a hole to the

Fermi sea of the normal metal,

The other curve gives the excitation energy of a quasiparticle in a superconductor

...

One curve gives the excitation energy to add an electron or to add a hole to the

Fermi sea of the normal metal,

**referred**to the Fermi level as the zero of energy.The other curve gives the excitation energy of a quasiparticle in a superconductor

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arbitrary direction with direction cosines oti, a^, 013

we are guided by cubic symmetry. The expression for the anisotropy energy must

be an even power29 of each at, and it must be invariant under interchanges of ...

arbitrary direction with direction cosines oti, a^, 013

**referred**to the cube edgeswe are guided by cubic symmetry. The expression for the anisotropy energy must

be an even power29 of each at, and it must be invariant under interchanges of ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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