## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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**cube**surrounding a negative reference ion intercepts six positive charges on**cube**faces, twelve negative charges on**cube**edges, and eight positive chargesat

**cube**corners — a resultant of one positive charge according to the present ...Page 47

ENERGY DENSITY We calculate the increment of work SW done by the stress

system in straining a small

Sg ...

ENERGY DENSITY We calculate the increment of work SW done by the stress

system in straining a small

**cube**of side L, with the origin at one corner of the**cube**and the coordinate axes parallel to the**cube**edges. We have (3.15) tW = F •Sg ...

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A shear wave propagates along a

wave with particle motion along a 110 direction propagates along a 110 direction

with velocity [(cn — ci%)/2p^i. The first two results are derived below, and the ...

A shear wave propagates along a

**cube**axis with velocity (c44/p)M, while a shearwave with particle motion along a 110 direction propagates along a 110 direction

with velocity [(cn — ci%)/2p^i. The first two results are derived below, and the ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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