## Electronic structure and properties |

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The calculated

cases represent the average of several independent calculations. The empirical

The calculated

**values**of A are taken from Grimvall's (1976) review and in mostcases represent the average of several independent calculations. The empirical

**values**(Aemp) were also taken from Grimvall's compilation except for the alkalis ...Page 196

The variation in (I2), the Fermi surface average of the electronic part of the

electron- phonon matrix elements, is complex since it depends on the details of

the pseudopotential, and especially on its

pointed ...

The variation in (I2), the Fermi surface average of the electronic part of the

electron- phonon matrix elements, is complex since it depends on the details of

the pseudopotential, and especially on its

**value**near q = 2kF. McMillan (1968)pointed ...

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It should be noted from columns 5 and 6 that the experimental d\nK/dT can be

completely accounted for by the volume thermal expansion, i.e., the intrinsic (d\

nK/dT)

v ...

It should be noted from columns 5 and 6 that the experimental d\nK/dT can be

completely accounted for by the volume thermal expansion, i.e., the intrinsic (d\

nK/dT)

**values**are not significantly different from zero. The calculated (d\nc44/dT)v ...

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### Contents

Illustrative Examples | 25 |

Photoelectron Spectroscopy as an Electronic | 99 |

ValenceElectron Studies XPS | 125 |

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