## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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It is convenient to dissect the total symmetry of a crystal into simple fundamental

symmetry

- two symmetry classes on the basis of the number and type of symmetry ...

It is convenient to dissect the total symmetry of a crystal into simple fundamental

symmetry

**elements**applied at a single point . Crystals may be classified into thirty- two symmetry classes on the basis of the number and type of symmetry ...

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Each symmetry

every unit cell contains an identical array . The

that each operation brings all

Each symmetry

**element**has a definite location and orientation in a unit cell , andevery unit cell contains an identical array . The

**elements**must be arranged sothat each operation brings all

**elements**into self - coincidence . We also require ...Page 206

The superconducting

Table 11 . 1 . The features to be noted are : ( a ) Monovalent metals are not

superconductors . ( b ) The ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic metals are not ...

The superconducting

**elements**and their transition temperatures are listed inTable 11 . 1 . The features to be noted are : ( a ) Monovalent metals are not

superconductors . ( b ) The ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic metals are not ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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