## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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4 ) for a

so that x2 = y2 = 7 ? . Then the diamagnetic susceptibility per unit volume is , if N

is the number of atoms per unit volume , ( 8 . 5 ) X = - Ze ' N _ 6mc2 " , which is

the ...

4 ) for a

**distribution**of charge which on the average is spherically symmetrical ,so that x2 = y2 = 7 ? . Then the diamagnetic susceptibility per unit volume is , if N

is the number of atoms per unit volume , ( 8 . 5 ) X = - Ze ' N _ 6mc2 " , which is

the ...

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Sketch of the Fermi - Dirac

temperature . The region over which the

of the order of KT in width . energetically accessible , and we therefore have in

the ...

Sketch of the Fermi - Dirac

**distribution**function , for absolute zero and for a lowtemperature . The region over which the

**distribution**is affected by temperature isof the order of KT in width . energetically accessible , and we therefore have in

the ...

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The potential 41 is that of a lattice with a Gaussian

at each lattice point , with signs the same as those of the real lattice . According to

the definition of the Madelung constant , the charge

The potential 41 is that of a lattice with a Gaussian

**distribution**of charge situatedat each lattice point , with signs the same as those of the real lattice . According to

the definition of the Madelung constant , the charge

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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