## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Show that the

chloride lattice for n = 10 . 2 . 4 . Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic

charges on the lattice

Show that the

**constant**An in Eq . ( 2 . 2 ) has the value 9 . 56 ( 4 ) for the cesiumchloride lattice for n = 10 . 2 . 4 . Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic

charges on the lattice

**constant**, compressibility , and binding energy of sodium ...Page 95

which is a common form of the relation between the dielectric

atomic polarizabilities ; ( 6 . 11 ) may be rewritten as the ClausiusMossotti

equation ( or , with e = n2 , the Lorenz - Lorentz equation ) , Me - 1 41 ( 6 . 12 ) pe

+ 2 = 3 ...

which is a common form of the relation between the dielectric

**constant**and theatomic polarizabilities ; ( 6 . 11 ) may be rewritten as the ClausiusMossotti

equation ( or , with e = n2 , the Lorenz - Lorentz equation ) , Me - 1 41 ( 6 . 12 ) pe

+ 2 = 3 ...

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In quantum theory only one angular momentum component ( usually taken as Lz

) and the square of the total orbital angular momentum L are

field . If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field , the ...

In quantum theory only one angular momentum component ( usually taken as Lz

) and the square of the total orbital angular momentum L are

**constant**in a centralfield . If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field , the ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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