## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We now enumerate the fundamental macroscopic symmetry elements : rotation

Rotation

be ...

We now enumerate the fundamental macroscopic symmetry elements : rotation

**axes**, reflection planes , inversion centers , and rotation - reflection**axes**.Rotation

**axis**. If a crystal possesses a rotation**axis**of symmetry , the crystal canbe ...

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Rotation - reflection

into self - coincidence by combined rotation and reflection in a plane

perpendicular to the

four - , or six ...

Rotation - reflection

**axis**. A crystal has a rotation - reflection**axis**if it is broughtinto self - coincidence by combined rotation and reflection in a plane

perpendicular to the

**axis**of rotation . Crystals can possess one - , two - , three - ,four - , or six ...

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The anisotropy energy tends to make the magnetization of a domain line up

along certain crystallographic

to saturate a specimen along an arbitrary

The anisotropy energy tends to make the magnetization of a domain line up

along certain crystallographic

**axes**. ... larger amount of energy may be requiredto saturate a specimen along an arbitrary

**axis**than along one of the preferred**axes**.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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