## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The potential is that of a lattice with a Gaussian

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 is that of a lattice with a Gaussian

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

definition of the Madelung constant, the charge

**distribution**on the reference ...Page 348

B.l. (a) Charge

computed (it includes the dashed curve at the reference point), while fa is the

potential of the dashed curve alone, (b) Charge

B.l. (a) Charge

**distribution**used for computing potential fi; the potential \f/a iscomputed (it includes the dashed curve at the reference point), while fa is the

potential of the dashed curve alone, (b) Charge

**distribution**for potential i^2.Page 349

the charge

within the cell and also that of the tails of the

other lattice points. It is easy to show, however, that the integral of the total charge

...

the charge

**distribution**to be considered is that originating on the lattice pointwithin the cell and also that of the tails of the

**distributions**originating on all theother lattice points. It is easy to show, however, that the integral of the total charge

...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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