## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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24 ) T = 3kTg / 4c ? , giving a constant value of the temperature

thermal expansion . Values of the linear expansion

5 . 3 . TABLE 5 . 3 . LINEAR

24 ) T = 3kTg / 4c ? , giving a constant value of the temperature

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

**coefficients**are given in Table5 . 3 . TABLE 5 . 3 . LINEAR

**COEFFICIENTS**OF THERMAL EXPANSION NEAR ...Page 242

81 ) Roche - Nee is called the Hall

In esu the Hall

obtained for metals , using Fermi - Dirac statistics and taking care to distinguish ...

81 ) Roche - Nee is called the Hall

**coefficient**and is negative for free electrons .In esu the Hall

**coefficient**for metals is of the magnitude 10 - 24 . The resultobtained for metals , using Fermi - Dirac statistics and taking care to distinguish ...

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HALL EFFECT IN SEMICONDUCTORS If only one type of charge carrier is

present , the Hall

plus sign applies to n - type and the minus sign to p - type material , under the ...

HALL EFFECT IN SEMICONDUCTORS If only one type of charge carrier is

present , the Hall

**coefficient**is expressed ( 14 . 28 ) R , = + 37 / 8Nec , where theplus sign applies to n - type and the minus sign to p - type material , under the ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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