## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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dynamics is to consider the vibration of a

practical exercise than one might think, since many of the features of the lattice ...

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**linear**chain of point masses. ionic? The standard introduction to latticedynamics is to consider the vibration of a

**linear**chain of point masses. It is a morepractical exercise than one might think, since many of the features of the lattice ...

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1) can be expanded, yielding h* - h eHSw 1 e3H2 e* v ' 2m* Y im* c d<p 8m* o8 v

3 ' r x,r r y Equation (IV.2) contains both first and second powers of H and hence

both the

1) can be expanded, yielding h* - h eHSw 1 e3H2 e* v ' 2m* Y im* c d<p 8m* o8 v

3 ' r x,r r y Equation (IV.2) contains both first and second powers of H and hence

both the

**linear**and quadratic Zeeman effects can be obtained from it. From a ...Page 330

Experiments have been carried out on Si in the region of the

these are shown in the diagram. The splitting of the 2p± levels is quite apparent

from the figure (Fig. 54), whereas -5 i5 CD □TJ 00658 Pig. 54. - Zeeman

spectrum ...

Experiments have been carried out on Si in the region of the

**linear**splitting andthese are shown in the diagram. The splitting of the 2p± levels is quite apparent

from the figure (Fig. 54), whereas -5 i5 CD □TJ 00658 Pig. 54. - Zeeman

spectrum ...

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