## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Calculated heat capacity of a one - dimensional monatomic lattice , in the

continuum

that hwmax = k® , with = 200°K , on both calculations . ( After M . Blackman , Proc

. Roy .

Calculated heat capacity of a one - dimensional monatomic lattice , in the

continuum

**approximation**, and on the exact theory . The curves are adjusted sothat hwmax = k® , with = 200°K , on both calculations . ( After M . Blackman , Proc

. Roy .

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In this

TTVO Jo chwkt – 1 dw . The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be

determined by the condition that the number of states considered should come

out equal to ...

In this

**approximation**dk / dw is simply 1 / vo , and we have ( 5 . 11 ) U - Lm hwTTVO Jo chwkt – 1 dw . The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be

determined by the condition that the number of states considered should come

out equal to ...

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We then treat the N degrees of freedom of the acoustical branch in the Debye

FUNCTION The heat capacity of a system of simple harmonic oscillators of the ...

We then treat the N degrees of freedom of the acoustical branch in the Debye

**approximation**, ( 5 . 11 ) or ( 5 . 16 ) . W 20 Mg 230 & Na 159 63 Cu Ni EINSTEINFUNCTION The heat capacity of a system of simple harmonic oscillators of the ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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