## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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59 ) 0 / T . = ( +

CURIE POINT We consider two ... is nearly independent of the direction of the

field relative to the domain axis . ( b ) For

59 ) 0 / T . = ( +

**c**) / ( a – 6 ) . 6 that , if ithin m M . :SUSCEPTIBILITY BELOW THECURIE POINT We consider two ... is nearly independent of the direction of the

field relative to the domain axis . ( b ) For

**H I**MA , Mg we can calcu - Fig . 10 . 22 .Page 211

11 ) Gn = G , ( 0 ) +

normal state and is essentially ... T ( CH ) This relation is in satisfactory

agreement with these experimental measurements : 14 ( dH

calc ) AC ...

11 ) Gn = G , ( 0 ) +

**Hi**? , 8T where Gn is the Gibbs free energy density of thenormal state and is essentially ... T ( CH ) This relation is in satisfactory

agreement with these experimental measurements : 14 ( dH

**c**/ dT ) r = T . AC (calc ) AC ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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