## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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It is customary to test the applicability of the

0 as a function of temperature by fitting a

capacity curve at various temperatures. If Fig. 5.2. Heat capacity of a solid (in

three ...

It is customary to test the applicability of the

**Debye**approximation by calculating0 as a function of temperature by fitting a

**Debye**curve to the experimental heatcapacity curve at various temperatures. If Fig. 5.2. Heat capacity of a solid (in

three ...

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Now we may write approximately (5.28) F = U0(V) + FD(T,V), where U0(V) is the

internal energy at 0°K and F D is the contribution (in the

the lattice vibrations to the free energy. In the spirit of the

Now we may write approximately (5.28) F = U0(V) + FD(T,V), where U0(V) is the

internal energy at 0°K and F D is the contribution (in the

**Debye**approximation) ofthe lattice vibrations to the free energy. In the spirit of the

**Debye**approximation ...Page 387

... 111 Cyclotron frequency, 136 /^-centers, 313 Damage, radiation, 322

equation of state, 80

75 table, 77 variation with temperature, 75, 76

constants, ...

... 111 Cyclotron frequency, 136 /^-centers, 313 Damage, radiation, 322

**Debye**equation of state, 80

**Debye**relaxation time, 107**Debye**temperature, definition,75 table, 77 variation with temperature, 75, 76

**Debye**theory, of dielectricconstants, ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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