## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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SUBSTITUTIONAL

metal by

interesting effects directly related to band theory have been found in this way .

The Hume ...

SUBSTITUTIONAL

**ALLOYS**It is possible to vary the electron concentration of ametal by

**alloying**with elements of higher or lower valence . A number ofinteresting effects directly related to band theory have been found in this way .

The Hume ...

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The ferromagnetic properties of

some cases , as in NizMn , the disordered

ordered

The ferromagnetic properties of

**alloys**may be sensitive to the degree of order ; insome cases , as in NizMn , the disordered

**alloy**is weakly ferromagnetic and theordered

**alloy**is strongly ferromagnetic . ? ELEMENTARY THEORY OF ORDER ...Page 385

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ferromagnetism , 165 , 196 , 197 After - glow , 316 insulators , 261 Alkali halides ,

dielectric constants , metals , 249 table , 100 results , 268 infrared absorption ...

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**alloys**, 270 Activator atoms , 316 copper , 269 Adiabatic demagnetization , 149ferromagnetism , 165 , 196 , 197 After - glow , 316 insulators , 261 Alkali halides ,

dielectric constants , metals , 249 table , 100 results , 268 infrared absorption ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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