## Electronic structure and properties |

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Physically, one may picture the electronic mass enhancement as arising from the

fact that an electron polarizes the lattice (i.e., causes small displacements of

nearby

cloud ...

Physically, one may picture the electronic mass enhancement as arising from the

fact that an electron polarizes the lattice (i.e., causes small displacements of

nearby

**ions**) and must move more slowly due to this encumbering polarizationcloud ...

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A force exerted on an

lattice causing displacements of the other

harmonic lattice is a standard problem in the theory of lattice dynamics (see, e.g.,

...

A force exerted on an

**ion**at lattice site / and time t will propagate through thelattice causing displacements of the other

**ions**. The calculation of this effect for aharmonic lattice is a standard problem in the theory of lattice dynamics (see, e.g.,

...

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Ve is the electrostatic

Ewald's method for any given configuration of lattice

because of the addition of a proton and its evaluation assumes a particular

equilibrium ...

Ve is the electrostatic

**ion**-**ion**interaction energy and can be evaluated byEwald's method for any given configuration of lattice

**ions**. This term will changebecause of the addition of a proton and its evaluation assumes a particular

equilibrium ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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