## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Thus the stress component X . represents a force

unit area of a plane whose normal lies in ... Demonstration that number of

independent stress components Yo = Xy in order that the is reduced to six by

Thus the stress component X . represents a force

**applied**in the x direction to aunit area of a plane whose normal lies in ... Demonstration that number of

independent stress components Yo = Xy in order that the is reduced to six by

**applying**to ...Page 89

Dielectric Properties In this chapter we discuss first the relationship between the

of the local field with the atom determines the polarization , yet the local field ...

Dielectric Properties In this chapter we discuss first the relationship between the

**applied**electric field and the local electric field acting on an atom . The interactionof the local field with the atom determines the polarization , yet the local field ...

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principal axes parallel to the

calculated from the polarization P by a relation of the form ( 6 . 3 ) E1 = - NP .

principal axes parallel to the

**applied**field , the polarization will be parallel to the**applied**field , as will the depolarization field E1 , which it is found may becalculated from the polarization P by a relation of the form ( 6 . 3 ) E1 = - NP .

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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