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dipole having a polarizability a. Find the relation between a and a for such a

system to be ferroelectric. 7.2.

separated ...

**Consider**a system consisting of 2 dipoles separated by a fixed distance a, eachdipole having a polarizability a. Find the relation between a and a for such a

system to be ferroelectric. 7.2.

**Consider**a system consisting of 2 dipolesseparated ...

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Onsager has carried out an approximate treatment of the latter situation by

molecule. If we

inside it, ...

Onsager has carried out an approximate treatment of the latter situation by

**considering**a very small spherical cavity, just large enough to contain onemolecule. If we

**consider**this cavity real, we may ask what is the value of the fieldinside it, ...

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H. QUENCHING OF THE ORBITAL ANGULAR MOMENTUM BY CRYSTALLINE

ELECTRIC FIELDS The easiest way to understand quenching of the orbital

moment is to

electron ...

H. QUENCHING OF THE ORBITAL ANGULAR MOMENTUM BY CRYSTALLINE

ELECTRIC FIELDS The easiest way to understand quenching of the orbital

moment is to

**consider**the behavior of a simple model. We**consider**a singleelectron ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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