## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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A parallel three - dimensional net - like arrangement of points is by

space lattice , provided that the environment about any particular point is the

same as about any other . With each lattice point there may be associated a

group of ...

A parallel three - dimensional net - like arrangement of points is by

**definition**aspace lattice , provided that the environment about any particular point is the

same as about any other . With each lattice point there may be associated a

group of ...

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17 The coercive force is

induction B or the magnetization M to zero , starting in a saturated condition .

Usually the

When referred ...

17 The coercive force is

**defined**as the reverse field needed to reduce theinduction B or the magnetization M to zero , starting in a saturated condition .

Usually the

**definition**is understood to refer to B , except in theoretical work .When referred ...

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5 We have

. Long range order S ... a B on a , then ( 15 . 10 ) e r — W S = or + w ' this may be

considered an alternative but equivalent

5 We have

**defined**the long range T / TC order parameter S so that the Fig . 15 . 6. Long range order S ... a B on a , then ( 15 . 10 ) e r — W S = or + w ' this may be

considered an alternative but equivalent

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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