## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Subscript d (dihedral) signifies the presence of a reflection plane bisecting the

angle between two two-fold

contains the inversion. Subscript s means that the group contains a reflection

plane.

Subscript d (dihedral) signifies the presence of a reflection plane bisecting the

angle between two two-fold

**axes**. Subscript i (inversion) means that the groupcontains the inversion. Subscript s means that the group contains a reflection

plane.

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If a, /3, y are the angles between the unit cell

specified by the changes Aa, A0, A7; Aa, Ab, Ac resulting from the deformation.

This is a good physical specification of strain, but for non-orthogonal

to ...

If a, /3, y are the angles between the unit cell

**axes**a, b, c, the strain may bespecified by the changes Aa, A0, A7; Aa, Ab, Ac resulting from the deformation.

This is a good physical specification of strain, but for non-orthogonal

**axes**it leadsto ...

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The

magnetization. Such

that a considerably larger amount of energy may be required to saturate a

bpecimen along an ...

The

**axes**thus favored are known as preferred**axes**, or**axes**of easymagnetization. Such

**axes**are well-established experimentally, and it is knownthat a considerably larger amount of energy may be required to saturate a

bpecimen along an ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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