## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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jxe-v/kTdx s $e-"1,kT[x + (gx*/kT) + (fx6/kT)]dx = (g/kT)(kT/c)*(3T»/4); $e-v/kTdx9

*$e-exVkT dx = (xlbT/c)**; so that (5.24) I = ZkTg/4c2, giving a constant value of

the temperature

...

jxe-v/kTdx s $e-"1,kT[x + (gx*/kT) + (fx6/kT)]dx = (g/kT)(kT/c)*(3T»/4); $e-v/kTdx9

*$e-exVkT dx = (xlbT/c)**; so that (5.24) I = ZkTg/4c2, giving a constant value of

the temperature

**coefficient**of thermal expansion. Values of the linear expansion...

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Now the linear expansion

dT)v = KyCJZV, where K is the compressibility. The relation (5.36) /3 = KyC,/3V ...

Now the linear expansion

**coefficient**0 is one-third of the volume expansion**coefficient**, so that (5.35) (t = (l/3V)(dV/dT)p = -(l/dV)(dp/6T)v/(dp/dV)T = (K/3)(dp/dT)v = KyCJZV, where K is the compressibility. The relation (5.36) /3 = KyC,/3V ...

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the condition (12.80) eEy = - vxHz = jxHz/Nc, c where jx is the current density.

The ratio Ey 1 (12.81) RH = . jxHz Nee is called the Hall

negative for free electrons. In esu the Hall

magnitude 10-24.

the condition (12.80) eEy = - vxHz = jxHz/Nc, c where jx is the current density.

The ratio Ey 1 (12.81) RH = . jxHz Nee is called the Hall

**coefficient**and isnegative for free electrons. In esu the Hall

**coefficient**for metals is of themagnitude 10-24.

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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