## Introduction to solid state physics |

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If there are N atoms, the equilibrium number n of

vacant to filled sites: " = e-£v*sr . (2) N- n Un^N, then JL 3= e-Ey/kBT . (3) N If £F~

1 eV and T~ 1000°K, then n/N ~ <r12 ~ lO"5. The equilibrium concentration of ...

If there are N atoms, the equilibrium number n of

**vacancies**is given by the ratio ofvacant to filled sites: " = e-£v*sr . (2) N- n Un^N, then JL 3= e-Ey/kBT . (3) N If £F~

1 eV and T~ 1000°K, then n/N ~ <r12 ~ lO"5. The equilibrium concentration of ...

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m V**H • Figure 4 Production of lattice

to ensure electrical neutrality a positive ion

with each divalent cation Ca++. The two CI" ions of CaCl2 enter normal negative

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m V**H • Figure 4 Production of lattice

**vacancy**by the solution of CaCl2 in KC1:to ensure electrical neutrality a positive ion

**vacancy**is introduced into the latticewith each divalent cation Ca++. The two CI" ions of CaCl2 enter normal negative

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Breckenridge4 has noted that an associated pair of

exhibits an electric dipole moment. He has observed contributions to the

dielectric constant and dielectric loss at various frequencies in alkali halides

which he ...

Breckenridge4 has noted that an associated pair of

**vacancies**of opposite signexhibits an electric dipole moment. He has observed contributions to the

dielectric constant and dielectric loss at various frequencies in alkali halides

which he ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 43 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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