## Introduction to solid state physics |

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Figure 16 Definition of the

wavevector W = k by (5) , and the direction of k7 may be defined as the direction

of R. Thus ...

Figure 16 Definition of the

**scattering**vector Ak such that k + Ak = k'. In elastic**scattering**the magnitudes satisfy V = k. by use of ( 10) . But the**scattered**wavevector W = k by (5) , and the direction of k7 may be defined as the direction

of R. Thus ...

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atoms, labeled the second plane in the figure, which is equal in

to the other planes. Situated midway between them, it gives a reflection retarded

in phase by w with respect to the first plane, thereby canceling the contribution ...

atoms, labeled the second plane in the figure, which is equal in

**scattering**powerto the other planes. Situated midway between them, it gives a reflection retarded

in phase by w with respect to the first plane, thereby canceling the contribution ...

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INELASTIC

crystal lattice chiefly by interaction with the nuclei of the atoms. The kinematics of

the

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INELASTIC

**SCATTERING**OF NEUTRONS BY PHONONS A neutron sees thecrystal lattice chiefly by interaction with the nuclei of the atoms. The kinematics of

the

**scattering**of a neutron beam by a crystal lattice are described by the general...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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