## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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If we write the

) the following expressions for the strain components: du dv dw exx = —; eyy = —;

eĢ = — ; (3.9) dv du dw dv du dw dx 3i/ d?/ d2 dz dx We have written ...

If we write the

**displacement**as (3.8) p = uf + vg + wh, we have from (3.4) and (3.7) the following expressions for the strain components: du dv dw exx = —; eyy = —;

eĢ = — ; (3.9) dv du dw dv du dw dx 3i/ d?/ d2 dz dx We have written ...

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The material on one side of the cut is

vector distance d, which may be arbitrarily oriented relative to the surface. Forces

will be required to effect the

The material on one side of the cut is

**displaced**relative to that on the other by thevector distance d, which may be arbitrarily oriented relative to the surface. Forces

will be required to effect the

**displacement**. The medium is filled in or cut away ...Page 335

It is known experimentally that a large fraction of the strain

concentrated in regions called slip bands, which appear visually or under an

optical microscope as lines on the surface of the specimen defining the planes in

which ...

It is known experimentally that a large fraction of the strain

**displacement**isconcentrated in regions called slip bands, which appear visually or under an

optical microscope as lines on the surface of the specimen defining the planes in

which ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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