## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The zone boundaries are determined by the solutions of the equation (13.36)

kxni + kyn2 = t(tii2 + n22)/a, similar to (L.15). Here m, n2 are integers, and a ...

are ...

The zone boundaries are determined by the solutions of the equation (13.36)

kxni + kyn2 = t(tii2 + n22)/a, similar to (L.15). Here m, n2 are integers, and a ...

**Brillouin zones**of a simple square lattice in two dimensions. The first three zonesare ...

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The outer boundary of the second zone is determined by setting ni = ± 1, 7i2 = ±1

, obtaining the equations of the four lines (13.38) ... The allowed bands are

described by the ranges of the wave number k within the

in Fig.

The outer boundary of the second zone is determined by setting ni = ± 1, 7i2 = ±1

, obtaining the equations of the four lines (13.38) ... The allowed bands are

described by the ranges of the wave number k within the

**Brillouin zones**shownin Fig.

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valence electrons per atom; the band theory21 of the effect is related to the

overlap across a zone face. SOFT X-RAY EMISSION SPECTRA ... per atom.

PROBLEMS 13.1. Make a cut-out paper model of the first and second

valence electrons per atom; the band theory21 of the effect is related to the

overlap across a zone face. SOFT X-RAY EMISSION SPECTRA ... per atom.

PROBLEMS 13.1. Make a cut-out paper model of the first and second

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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