## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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In one of the shears , planes of the material normal to the x axis slide in the y

COMPONENTS The force acting on a unit area in the solid is defined as the

stress .

In one of the shears , planes of the material normal to the x axis slide in the y

**direction**; in the other shear , planes normal to y slide in the x**direction**. STRESSCOMPONENTS The force acting on a unit area in the solid is defined as the

stress .

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A cubic crystal is subject to tension in the ( 100 )

Young ' s modulus and Poisson ' s ratio in terms of the elastic compliances or

stiffnesses . 3 . 5 . Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear wave moving ...

A cubic crystal is subject to tension in the ( 100 )

**direction**. Find expressions forYoung ' s modulus and Poisson ' s ratio in terms of the elastic compliances or

stiffnesses . 3 . 5 . Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear wave moving ...

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10 . 15 . Correlation between the initial permeability and coercive force of a wide

range of magnetic materials . the magnetization tends to be directed along

certain definite crystallographic axes which , accordingly , are called

easy ...

10 . 15 . Correlation between the initial permeability and coercive force of a wide

range of magnetic materials . the magnetization tends to be directed along

certain definite crystallographic axes which , accordingly , are called

**directions**ofeasy ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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