## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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stress – X , ( x ) on the face at x , and Xx ( x + 1x ) = Xx ( x ) + Ax on the parallel

face at x + 1x . The net force is ( * ox ) Ay Az . Other forces in the x direction arise

from ...

**Volume**Ax Ay Az dr - X , ( x ) Figure 7 Cube of**volume**Ar Ay Az acted or by astress – X , ( x ) on the face at x , and Xx ( x + 1x ) = Xx ( x ) + Ax on the parallel

face at x + 1x . The net force is ( * ox ) Ay Az . Other forces in the x direction arise

from ...

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The

We want to find a general expression for Đ ( w ) , the number of modes per unit

frequency range , when we are given the phonon dispersion relation w ( K ) .

The

**volume**of the specimen is V = L3 . EXAMPLE : 5 General result for Đ ( w ) .We want to find a general expression for Đ ( w ) , the number of modes per unit

frequency range , when we are given the phonon dispersion relation w ( K ) .

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Figure 22 In many metals the

of the metal. For example, in sodium the

4.0 A3 and the atomic

Figure 22 In many metals the

**volume**of the ion cores is a small part of the**volume**of the metal. For example, in sodium the

**volume**of the ion core is approximately4.0 A3 and the atomic

**volume**is 38 A3. The potential energy is weaker and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE | 1 |

CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION AND THE RECIPROCAL LATTICE | 59 |

CRYSTAL BINDING | 95 |

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