## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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which is a common form of the relation between the

atomic polarizabilities; (6.11) may be rewritten as the Clausius- Mossotti equation

(or, with t = ra2, the Lorenz-Lorentz equation), Mt - 1 Pf + 2 (6.12) = yLa- where M

...

which is a common form of the relation between the

**dielectric constant**and theatomic polarizabilities; (6.11) may be rewritten as the Clausius- Mossotti equation

(or, with t = ra2, the Lorenz-Lorentz equation), Mt - 1 Pf + 2 (6.12) = yLa- where M

...

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Dielectric Data for Alkali Halides Having the Sodium Chloride Structures and Test

of the Szigeti Relations It is seen from ... The problem of the

water is that the static

Dielectric Data for Alkali Halides Having the Sodium Chloride Structures and Test

of the Szigeti Relations It is seen from ... The problem of the

**dielectric constant**ofwater is that the static

**dielectric constant**is 81 (at room temperature), whereas ...Page 111

A lattice of N conducting spheres per unit volume has

+ 4iriVa3, for Na* <C 1 ; this result has been used in the construction of artificial

dielectrics for use in microwave lenses [W. E. Kock, Bell System Tech. J. 27, 58 ...

A lattice of N conducting spheres per unit volume has

**dielectric constant**e »□ 1+ 4iriVa3, for Na* <C 1 ; this result has been used in the construction of artificial

dielectrics for use in microwave lenses [W. E. Kock, Bell System Tech. J. 27, 58 ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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