## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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19 ) P = 2wo % a3 \ m ' which gives directly the Born

wo ? a ? Im This exhibits the connection of Ae with the residual ray frequency wo

. Values of Ae calculated by using this

19 ) P = 2wo % a3 \ m ' which gives directly the Born

**equation**2me ? / 1 ( 6 . 20 )wo ? a ? Im This exhibits the connection of Ae with the residual ray frequency wo

. Values of Ae calculated by using this

**equation**are in fairly good agreement ...Page 155

MACROSCOPIC

process in terms of the magnetic ... M for the magnetization ( magnetic moment /

volume ) and J for the angular momentum density , the classical

MACROSCOPIC

**EQUATIONS**It is sometimes useful to consider the resonanceprocess in terms of the magnetic ... M for the magnetization ( magnetic moment /

volume ) and J for the angular momentum density , the classical

**equation**of ...Page 213

F . and H . London 16 therefore suggested that the acceleration

abandoned , and that we should take instead as the fundamental

22 ) c curl Aj = - H , which is postulated to replace Ohm ' s law in superconductors

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F . and H . London 16 therefore suggested that the acceleration

**equation**beabandoned , and that we should take instead as the fundamental

**equation**( 11 .22 ) c curl Aj = - H , which is postulated to replace Ohm ' s law in superconductors

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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