## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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assumes implicitly that the field direction is an axis of symmetry of the system. In

most molecular systems this condition is not satisfied, and the general theory of

Van ...

**DIAMAGNETISM**OF MOLECULES The derivation of the Larmor equationassumes implicitly that the field direction is an axis of symmetry of the system. In

most molecular systems this condition is not satisfied, and the general theory of

Van ...

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Given an atom with a spherically symmetrical charge distribution in an external

field H, show that the field at the nucleus caused by the

= -(eff/3mc2M0), where »(0) is the electrostatid potential produced at the nucleus

...

Given an atom with a spherically symmetrical charge distribution in an external

field H, show that the field at the nucleus caused by the

**diamagnetic**current is Aff= -(eff/3mc2M0), where »(0) is the electrostatid potential produced at the nucleus

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... 197 Magnetic susceptibility, antiferromag- netism, 191, 198 definition, 134

Magnetism, antiferromagnetism, 187

ferromagnetism, ...

... 197 Magnetic susceptibility, antiferromag- netism, 191, 198 definition, 134

**diamagnetic**, 134 metals, 233, 257, 258 table, 236 paramagnetism, 143Magnetism, antiferromagnetism, 187

**diamagnetism**, 134 ferrite-type, 194ferromagnetism, ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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