## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The reciprocal lattice

planes 1 and 2 are drawn which are the perpendicular bisectors of Gc and Gp ,

respectively . Any

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The reciprocal lattice

**vector**Gc connects points OC ; and GD connects OD . Twoplanes 1 and 2 are drawn which are the perpendicular bisectors of Gc and Gp ,

respectively . Any

**vector**from the origin to the plane 1 , such as kį , will satisfy the...

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The material on one side of the cut is displaced relative to that on the other by

will be required to effect the displacement. The medium is filled in or cut away so

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The material on one side of the cut is displaced relative to that on the other by

**vector**distance b, which may be oriented arbitrarily relative to the surface. Forceswill be required to effect the displacement. The medium is filled in or cut away so

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TRANSFORMATION , AND QUANTIZATION OF ORBITS This section is included

because it is hard to find the magnetic

one place ...

**VECTOR**POTENTIAL , INCLUDING FIELD MOMENTUM , GAUGETRANSFORMATION , AND QUANTIZATION OF ORBITS This section is included

because it is hard to find the magnetic

**vector**potential A discussed thoroughly inone place ...

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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