## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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CRYSTAL WITH DIRECT GAP CRYSTAL WITH INDIRECT GAP Absorption

Absorption Transparent region Onset of indirect photon

photon

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CRYSTAL WITH DIRECT GAP CRYSTAL WITH INDIRECT GAP Absorption

Absorption Transparent region Onset of indirect photon

**transition**Onset of directphoton

**transition**- Onset of direct**transition**hwe Eg + hl Evert Photon energy hw...

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10 An example of a first-order phase

order phase

distinguished ...

10 An example of a first-order phase

**transition**is given by the liquid-vapor**transition**at constant pressure (the boiling of water). A ferroelectric with a first-order phase

**transition**between the ferroelectric and the paraelectric state isdistinguished ...

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5i F(T) = \y(T-T0v2 - J lejp4 + l«6p6 T>Tr Figure 9 Landau free energy function

versus ( polarization | - in a first-order

At Tc the Landau function has equal minima at P = 0 and at a finite P as shown.

5i F(T) = \y(T-T0v2 - J lejp4 + l«6p6 T>Tr Figure 9 Landau free energy function

versus ( polarization | - in a first-order

**transition**, at representative temperatures.At Tc the Landau function has equal minima at P = 0 and at a finite P as shown.

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CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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