## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Vectors in the crystal lattice have the dimensions of [length]; vectors in the

reciprocal lattice have the dimen- sions of [length] -1. The crystal lattice is a lattice

in real or ordinary

Fourier ...

Vectors in the crystal lattice have the dimensions of [length]; vectors in the

reciprocal lattice have the dimen- sions of [length] -1. The crystal lattice is a lattice

in real or ordinary

**space**; the reciprocal lattice is a lattice in the associatedFourier ...

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Now by the dispersion relation for electromagnetic waves in free

<o' = ck' and to = ck, whence k' = k . (37) (b) The scattering condition on the

wavevector is that Ak = G, or k' = k + G , (38) by the definition (14) of Ak and the ...

Now by the dispersion relation for electromagnetic waves in free

**space**we have<o' = ck' and to = ck, whence k' = k . (37) (b) The scattering condition on the

wavevector is that Ak = G, or k' = k + G , (38) by the definition (14) of Ak and the ...

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This is an important relation: InacrystaL h dk/dt is equal t" the external force rmjhp

elertrpn In free

Newton's second law of motion: the electron in the crystal is subject to forces from

...

This is an important relation: InacrystaL h dk/dt is equal t" the external force rmjhp

elertrpn In free

**space**d(mv) /dt iTequal to the force. We have not overthrownNewton's second law of motion: the electron in the crystal is subject to forces from

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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