## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The observed pattern may be available in the form of a map in reciprocal space

giving the

choose a set of translation vectors a, b, c for the assumed structure. The vectors ...

The observed pattern may be available in the form of a map in reciprocal space

giving the

**values**of Ak = k' — k for which diffracted beams are found. First: Wechoose a set of translation vectors a, b, c for the assumed structure. The vectors ...

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The

the input data B and R0, but the cohesive energy turns out to be relatively

insensitive19 to the

energy ...

The

**values**of the repulsive parameters A and p are very sensitive to the**values**ofthe input data B and R0, but the cohesive energy turns out to be relatively

insensitive19 to the

**value**adopted for p. The calculated**values**of the cohesiveenergy ...

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We see that the accurate

sodium and potassium are in excellent agreement with the

one valence electron per atom, using (42). Notice next the

...

We see that the accurate

**values**of the Hall constant for the monovalent metalssodium and potassium are in excellent agreement with the

**values**calculated forone valence electron per atom, using (42). Notice next the

**values**for the trivalent...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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