## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Frequency

titanate , from smoothed data of von Hippel and Powles and Jackson . The theory

of ferroelectric domains has not been worked out ; the theory of ferromagnetic ...

Frequency

**dependence**of the real part of the dielectric constant in bariumtitanate , from smoothed data of von Hippel and Powles and Jackson . The theory

of ferroelectric domains has not been worked out ; the theory of ferromagnetic ...

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52 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the

correct temperature

® is indicated in Appendix 0 . It has been found by Grüneisen 11 that the

observed ...

52 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the

correct temperature

**dependence**. The extension of the theory to the region T . «® is indicated in Appendix 0 . It has been found by Grüneisen 11 that the

observed ...

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... with scattering angle 0 . The number of phonons at low temperatures is

proportional to T3 on the Debye theory . The combined effect of the T3

temperature

APPENDIX.

... with scattering angle 0 . The number of phonons at low temperatures is

proportional to T3 on the Debye theory . The combined effect of the T3

temperature

**dependence**of the number of phonons and the T2**dependence**370APPENDIX.

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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