## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Charles Kittel. After deformation the particle is at ( 3 . 6 ) r ' = xf ' + yg ' + zh ' , so

that the

– h ) . If we write the

Charles Kittel. After deformation the particle is at ( 3 . 6 ) r ' = xf ' + yg ' + zh ' , so

that the

**displacement**is given by ( 3 . 7 ) 0 = r ' – 5 = x ( f ' – f ) + y ( g ' - g ) + z ( h '– h ) . If we write the

**displacement**as ( 3 . 8 ) Q = uf + vg + wh , we have from ( 3 .Page 265

73 ) , ( 13 . 49 ) o = ( ) ( e h2 / mvp ? d ? Q . ) , where p = hk is the electronic

momentum , and we have assumed one conduction electron per atom . We now

calculate the mean square value of the ionic

motion ...

73 ) , ( 13 . 49 ) o = ( ) ( e h2 / mvp ? d ? Q . ) , where p = hk is the electronic

momentum , and we have assumed one conduction electron per atom . We now

calculate the mean square value of the ionic

**displacement**d caused by thermalmotion ...

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... surface bounded by the line .

by d relative to the other side ; d is a fixed vector called the Burgers vector . In

regions where d is not parallel to the surface this relative

...

... surface bounded by the line .

**Displace**the material on one side of this surfaceby d relative to the other side ; d is a fixed vector called the Burgers vector . In

regions where d is not parallel to the surface this relative

**displacement**will either...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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