## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The instantaneous electric field associated with the moment will induce a

moment in neighboring atoms. The average interaction of the original moment

and the induced moment gives rise to an attractive force between the atoms.

The instantaneous electric field associated with the moment will induce a

**dipole**moment in neighboring atoms. The average interaction of the original moment

and the induced moment gives rise to an attractive force between the atoms.

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The polarization is defined as the

moment P of the specimen as a whole being defined as P = Se^i. The sum is

extended over all charges in the system; on the supposition that the system is

neutral the ...

The polarization is defined as the

**dipole**moment per unit volume, the**dipole**moment P of the specimen as a whole being defined as P = Se^i. The sum is

extended over all charges in the system; on the supposition that the system is

neutral the ...

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... 17 Diffusion, 310, 340 self-, 309, 341 Diffusion coefficient, definition, 310

Dilation, 45 Diode theory of rectification, 298 Dipolar polarizability, 96, 100

... 17 Diffusion, 310, 340 self-, 309, 341 Diffusion coefficient, definition, 310

Dilation, 45 Diode theory of rectification, 298 Dipolar polarizability, 96, 100

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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