## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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If then we suppose tentatively that there are N = 10 %

boundary energy in a crystal cube 1 cm on each edge will be of the order of 103

ergs and the magnetic energy will also be of the order of 103 ergs .

N N N N N N S S ...

If then we suppose tentatively that there are N = 10 %

**domains**/ cm , the totalboundary energy in a crystal cube 1 cm on each edge will be of the order of 103

ergs and the magnetic energy will also be of the order of 103 ergs .

N N N N N N S S ...

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If then we suppose tentatively that there are N = 10 %

boundary energy in a crystal cube 1 cm on each edge will be of the order of 10 %

ergs and the magnetic energy will also be of the order of 10 % ergs . N N N N N N

...

If then we suppose tentatively that there are N = 10 %

**domains**/ cm , the totalboundary energy in a crystal cube 1 cm on each edge will be of the order of 10 %

ergs and the magnetic energy will also be of the order of 10 % ergs . N N N N N N

...

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crystal which act to complete the flux circuit . The energy required to form a

is called ...

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**domains**of closure ” for the**domains**near the surfaces of thecrystal which act to complete the flux circuit . The energy required to form a

**domain**of closure in a uniaxial crystal such as cobalt comes principally from whatis called ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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