## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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8 - 29 — 25 62 90 64 d , as ahapter . . . think o nisotrops For nickel ,

10 . 33 ) does not give a very good fit to the observations , and an

involving four parameters instead of two is often used , as discussed by Becker

and ...

8 - 29 — 25 62 90 64 d , as ahapter . . . think o nisotrops For nickel ,

**expression**(10 . 33 ) does not give a very good fit to the observations , and an

**expression**involving four parameters instead of two is often used , as discussed by Becker

and ...

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Charles Kittel. for the equilibrium number of ionized donors . This

holds only when the ratio Ne / N , is « 1 . Exact values of Ne for a typical example

are given in Table 14 . 3 . At high temperatures the donors will become

completely ...

Charles Kittel. for the equilibrium number of ionized donors . This

**expression**holds only when the ratio Ne / N , is « 1 . Exact values of Ne for a typical example

are given in Table 14 . 3 . At high temperatures the donors will become

completely ...

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C . QUANTUM - MECHANICAL

compute the energy of interaction of an atomic system with an applied static

electric field and set this equal to the macroscopic

which is ...

C . QUANTUM - MECHANICAL

**EXPRESSION**FOR THE POLARIZABILITY Wecompute the energy of interaction of an atomic system with an applied static

electric field and set this equal to the macroscopic

**expression**for the energy ,which is ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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