## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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CONDUCTIVITY DATA FOR METALS AT 0°C One free electron per atom is

assumed ; A is

with an error of a factor of 2 in their A ' s corrected . Metal Free Observed

CONDUCTIVITY DATA FOR METALS AT 0°C One free electron per atom is

assumed ; A is

**calculated**by using Eq . ( 12 . 79 ) ; values after Mott and Jones ,with an error of a factor of 2 in their A ' s corrected . Metal Free Observed

**Calculated**...Page 262

The first

it is proportional to 7 - 5 . The agreement of the

The first

**calculations**were made by Bloch . In the high temperature region the**calculated**conductivity is proportional to T - 1 , and in the low temperature regionit is proportional to 7 - 5 . The agreement of the

**calculated**temperature ...Page 266

Reference to detailed theoretical

given in the review by Bardeen . 13 A comparison of observed and

values of the conductivity of a number of monovalent metals is reproduced from

this ...

Reference to detailed theoretical

**calculations**of the conductivity of metals aregiven in the review by Bardeen . 13 A comparison of observed and

**calculated**values of the conductivity of a number of monovalent metals is reproduced from

this ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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