## 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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Let d be the

Let d be the

**distance**between the centers of neighboring positive and negative ions , so that d = a / 2 in the sodium chloride structure , and a 3/2 in the cesium chloride structure ( see Figure 19.4 ) . Table 19.1 lists the values of d ...Page 390

Consider two atoms ( 1 and 2 ) separated by a

Consider two atoms ( 1 and 2 ) separated by a

**distance**r . Although the average charge distribution in a single rare gas atom is spherically symmetric , at any instant there may be a net dipole moment ( whose time - averaged value must ...Page 403

We again measure all interionic

We again measure all interionic

**distances**in terms of the nearest - neighbor**distance**r = a / 2 : R - a ( R ) r , Red Q ( R + d ) r . ( 20.14 ) It is then tempting to proceed as in the earlier case , writing the total potential energy ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

The Drude Theory of Metals | 1 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

Crystal Lattices | 63 |

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Solid State Physics Neil W. Ashcroft,AshcroftNeil W.,il W. Ashcroft,N. David Mermin Snippet view - 1976 |

Solid State Physics Neil W. Ashcroft,AshcroftNeil W.,il W. Ashcroft,N. David Mermin Snippet view - 1976 |

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