## Introduction to solid state physics |

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where Q is the flux of

time). The form of the equation (54) which defines the conductivity implies that the

process of

where Q is the flux of

**thermal**energy (energy transmitted across unit area per unittime). The form of the equation (54) which defines the conductivity implies that the

process of

**thermal**energy transfer is a random process. The energy does not ...Page 226

Therefore the

Figure 21b The usual definition of

situation where no mass flow is permitted. Here the tube is closed at both ends,

preventing ...

Therefore the

**thermal**resistivity is zero and the**thermal**conductivity is infinite.Figure 21b The usual definition of

**thermal**conductivity in a gas refers to asituation where no mass flow is permitted. Here the tube is closed at both ends,

preventing ...

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To vacuum pump- Radiation baffle Superconducting

Superconducting - solenoids CuK2(S04)2-6H20- cooling salt - To pressure

measuring apparatus -Wire for operation of mechanical

pressure bulb ...

To vacuum pump- Radiation baffle Superconducting

**thermal**switchSuperconducting - solenoids CuK2(S04)2-6H20- cooling salt - To pressure

measuring apparatus -Wire for operation of mechanical

**thermal**switch - Vaporpressure bulb ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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