## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The discussion of the general subject of x - rays , crystal structure , and crystal

symmetry is very much shorter than its ... as a minimum program for graduate

students intending to do research in the field , a course in

and a ...

The discussion of the general subject of x - rays , crystal structure , and crystal

symmetry is very much shorter than its ... as a minimum program for graduate

students intending to do research in the field , a course in

**x**-**ray crystallography**and a ...

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Discuss the major experimental differences between x - ray , electron , and

neutron diffraction from the standpoint of the observed diffraction patterns ( see ,

for ... M . J . Buerger ,

1942 .

Discuss the major experimental differences between x - ray , electron , and

neutron diffraction from the standpoint of the observed diffraction patterns ( see ,

for ... M . J . Buerger ,

**X**-**ray crystallography**, John Wiley & Sons , New York ,1942 .

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The reciprocal lattice is very widely used in

quantum theory of metals . We let a , b , c be the primitive translations of the

crystal lattice . We define the primitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal

lattice by ...

The reciprocal lattice is very widely used in

**x**-**ray crystallography**and in thequantum theory of metals . We let a , b , c be the primitive translations of the

crystal lattice . We define the primitive translations a * , b * , c * of the reciprocal

lattice by ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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