## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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same indices, but this is not generally true in other crystal systems. The positions

of points in a unit cell are specified in terms of lattice coordinates, in which each ...

In

**cubic crystals**a direction [uvw] is perpendicular to a plane (uvw) having thesame indices, but this is not generally true in other crystal systems. The positions

of points in a unit cell are specified in terms of lattice coordinates, in which each ...

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For further details on the packing of spheres, see A. H. Boerdijk, Philips Research

Repts. 7, 303 (1952), and references cited therein. 1.2. Show that the Laue

equations for the incident beam parallel to the z cube edge of a simple

For further details on the packing of spheres, see A. H. Boerdijk, Philips Research

Repts. 7, 303 (1952), and references cited therein. 1.2. Show that the Laue

equations for the incident beam parallel to the z cube edge of a simple

**cubic****crystal**...Page 59

Show that the bulk modulus B = — V (dp/dV) in

2C12 B 3.4. A

expressions for Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio in terms of the elastic

compliances ...

Show that the bulk modulus B = — V (dp/dV) in

**cubic crystals**is given by Cll +2C12 B 3.4. A

**cubic crystal**is subject to tension in the [100] direction. Findexpressions for Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio in terms of the elastic

compliances ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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