## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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EXPERIMENTAL DIFFRACTION METHODS The Bragg law (4) requires that 6

and X be matched: x-rays of

an arbitrary angle of incidence will in general not be reflected. To satisfy the

Bragg ...

EXPERIMENTAL DIFFRACTION METHODS The Bragg law (4) requires that 6

and X be matched: x-rays of

**wavelength**\ striking a three-dimensional crystal atan arbitrary angle of incidence will in general not be reflected. To satisfy the

Bragg ...

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16 Å Intensity Intensity

electrons : ( b ) for the neutron beam emerging from a reactor with the

band selected ...

16 Å Intensity Intensity

**Wavelength**band Figure 7 ( a ) Intensity versus**wavelength**distribution for x - rays from a Mo target bombarded by 30 keyelectrons : ( b ) for the neutron beam emerging from a reactor with the

**wavelength**band selected ...

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LiFV«(0) NaFVe(0) 0.1 100 Figure 25

refraction of crystals of LiF and NaF. [After H. W. Hohls, Ann. Physik 29, 433 (

1937) . ] The

LiFV«(0) NaFVe(0) 0.1 100 Figure 25

**Wavelength**dependence of the index ofrefraction of crystals of LiF and NaF. [After H. W. Hohls, Ann. Physik 29, 433 (

1937) . ] The

**wavelength**corresponding to ut is known as the residual ray**wavelength**...### 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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applied approximation atoms band boundary calculated called cell Chapter charge components concentration condition conduction consider constant contribution crystal cubic defined density dependence determined direction discussed dislocation effect electric field electron energy energy gap equal equation excited experimental experiments factor Fermi surface Figure free electron frequency function given gives hole impurity increased interaction ions lattice length lower magnetic field mass mean measurements metal modes motion normal observed obtain orbital parallel particle periodic phase phonon Phys physics plane polarization positive potential primitive problem properties quantum reciprocal lattice referred reflection region relation resistivity resonance result scattering semiconductor shown in Fig solid solution space specimen sphere structure superconducting surface Table temperature theory thermal tion transition unit valence values vector volume wave wavevector zero zone