## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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3 An elementary

Born , Atomic physics , Hafner , New York , 5th ed . , 1951 . 4 For a

the hydrogen bond , see L . Pauling , ref . 1 . 8 A full

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3 An elementary

**discussion**of the theory of van der Waals forces is given in M .Born , Atomic physics , Hafner , New York , 5th ed . , 1951 . 4 For a

**discussion**ofthe hydrogen bond , see L . Pauling , ref . 1 . 8 A full

**discussion**is given by R . W...

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A full

shall not require knowledge of the theory of space groups in order to understand

the crystal structures explicitly discussed in this book . Among the books cited at ...

A full

**discussion**of space groups is not possible in the space available here . Weshall not require knowledge of the theory of space groups in order to understand

the crystal structures explicitly discussed in this book . Among the books cited at ...

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VDEBYE RELAXATION TIME Debyeli has given an elegant

dielectric relaxation in polar liquids and in solutions of polar molecules in non -

polar solvents ; his central result is that the orientational part of the polarizability

depends ...

VDEBYE RELAXATION TIME Debyeli has given an elegant

**discussion**ofdielectric relaxation in polar liquids and in solutions of polar molecules in non -

polar solvents ; his central result is that the orientational part of the polarizability

depends ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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