## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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MOLECULAR CRYSTALS Inert gas

together in the solid phase by weak electrostatic forces known as van der Waals

forces . These forces arise in the following way : even in an

MOLECULAR CRYSTALS Inert gas

**atoms**and saturated molecules are boundtogether in the solid phase by weak electrostatic forces known as van der Waals

forces . These forces arise in the following way : even in an

**atom**or molecule ...Page 304

in the alloy , the long range order parameter S is defined so that the number of A '

s on lattice a is equal to * ( 1 + ) N . When S = + 1 , the order is perfect and each ...

**atom**on one lattice lie on the other lattice . If there are N**atoms**A and N**atoms**Bin the alloy , the long range order parameter S is defined so that the number of A '

s on lattice a is equal to * ( 1 + ) N . When S = + 1 , the order is perfect and each ...

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The alloy is disordered if the A and B

15 . 1b . Many of ... degree of order . A common ordered arrangement is one in

which all the nearest neighbor

this ...

The alloy is disordered if the A and B

**atoms**are randomly arranged , as in Fig .15 . 1b . Many of ... degree of order . A common ordered arrangement is one in

which all the nearest neighbor

**atoms**of a B**atom**are A**atoms**, and vice versa ;this ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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