## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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747558 which has been worked out for the sodium

Ewald method . The Ewald method is derived and discussed in Appendix B .

Values of Madelung constants for many different crystal structures are tabulated

by ...

747558 which has been worked out for the sodium

**chloride**structure by theEwald method . The Ewald method is derived and discussed in Appendix B .

Values of Madelung constants for many different crystal structures are tabulated

by ...

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Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic charges on the lattice constant ,

compressibility , and binding energy of sodium

to be taken as unchanged . 2 . 5 . * Calculate by the Ewald method given in ...

Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic charges on the lattice constant ,

compressibility , and binding energy of sodium

**chloride**; the repulsive potential isto be taken as unchanged . 2 . 5 . * Calculate by the Ewald method given in ...

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For sodium

values of the numbers in front of the exponentials suggest that the conduction is ...

For sodium

**chloride**o = 3 . 5 X 106e - 23 , 600 / 7 cm - 1 ohm - 1 , while for silver**chloride**Koch and Wagner find o = 3 X 104 - 9250 / 7 cm - 1 ohm - 1 ; the relativevalues of the numbers in front of the exponentials suggest that the conduction is ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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