## Solid State PhysicsThis book provides an introduction to the field of solid state physics for undergraduate students in physics, chemistry, engineering, and materials science. |

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of the phonon

density of ions, where Z is the nominal valence, we find tt = -^7 Z^-. (23.30) c£h

24tc2 ...

**contribution**to the specific heat (Eq. (2.81)) by the low-temperature form (23.27)of the phonon

**contribution**, and note that the electronic density is Z times thedensity of ions, where Z is the nominal valence, we find tt = -^7 Z^-. (23.30) c£h

24tc2 ...

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Because of this difficulty in energy resolution, the characteristic structure of the

one-phonon processes is lost and their

scattered at any angle, cannot be simply distinguished from the

the ...

Because of this difficulty in energy resolution, the characteristic structure of the

one-phonon processes is lost and their

**contribution**to the total radiationscattered at any angle, cannot be simply distinguished from the

**contribution**ofthe ...

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For a rough estimate of the electronic

the

free electron gas equation of state is (see Eq. (2.101)) 2 U p = ^y (25-23> it

follows ...

For a rough estimate of the electronic

**contribution**to (dP/dT)v we simply add tothe

**contribution**from the lattice vibrations that of a free electron gas. Since thefree electron gas equation of state is (see Eq. (2.101)) 2 U p = ^y (25-23> it

follows ...

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### Contents

The Drude Theory of Metals | 1 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

The facecentered cubic elements | 72 |

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