## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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MILLER INDICES The position and orientation of a crystal plane is

giving the coordinates of three atoms lying in the plane . If each of the atoms lies

on a crystal axis , the plane may be specified by giving the positions of the ...

MILLER INDICES The position and orientation of a crystal plane is

**determined**bygiving the coordinates of three atoms lying in the plane . If each of the atoms lies

on a crystal axis , the plane may be specified by giving the positions of the ...

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The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be

the number of states considered should come out equal to N = L / a . Now km = a

/ a as before , so that wm = vokm = Tvo / a . In Fig . 5 . 1 we compare the results ...

The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be

**determined**by the condition thatthe number of states considered should come out equal to N = L / a . Now km = a

/ a as before , so that wm = vokm = Tvo / a . In Fig . 5 . 1 we compare the results ...

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REVERSIBLE PERMEABILITY The extent of the range of field strength over

which the permeability is reversible is

a domain boundary may move without passing over a peak in the curve of wall ...

REVERSIBLE PERMEABILITY The extent of the range of field strength over

which the permeability is reversible is

**determined**by the distance through whicha domain boundary may move without passing over a peak in the curve of wall ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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