## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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9 ) valid for the

upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be determined by the condition that the

number of states considered should come out

as ...

9 ) valid for the

**equivalent**homogeneous line . In this approximation dk ... Theupper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be determined by the condition that the

number of states considered should come out

**equal**to N = L / a . Now km = a / aas ...

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in electron - phonon collisions will be

Tep with tpp , we see that under the conditions specified phonons in a metal may

have considerably shorter relaxation times than phonons in a dielectric solid .

in electron - phonon collisions will be

**equal**to rep as just estimated . ComparingTep with tpp , we see that under the conditions specified phonons in a metal may

have considerably shorter relaxation times than phonons in a dielectric solid .

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When S = 0 , each lattice contains

no long range order . We consider now that part of the internal energy associated

with AA , AB , and BB nearest neighbor bond energies , with the ultimate object ...

When S = 0 , each lattice contains

**equal**numbers of A and B atoms and there isno long range order . We consider now that part of the internal energy associated

with AA , AB , and BB nearest neighbor bond energies , with the ultimate object ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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