## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Calculation of the atomic scattering

S. between radii r and r + dr, we have (1.11) Jo nr for the atomic scattering

It is the ratio of the radiation amplitude scattered by the charge distribution in an ...

Calculation of the atomic scattering

**factor**/. The normal to the scattering plane isS. between radii r and r + dr, we have (1.11) Jo nr for the atomic scattering

**factor**.It is the ratio of the radiation amplitude scattered by the charge distribution in an ...

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The constant N is known as the depolarization

demagnetization

exceptionally important in the field of magnetism. Values of N are plotted in Fig.

6.2 for ...

The constant N is known as the depolarization

**factor**or, more commonly, as thedemagnetization

**factor**, and its value depends on the axial ratio. It isexceptionally important in the field of magnetism. Values of N are plotted in Fig.

6.2 for ...

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Łot2 = - — w tan 5, 4ir 4t where the loss angle or power

tan 5 = t2/ti. The Q

Q average energy loss per radian which in the dielectric case reduces to (6.50) ...

Łot2 = - — w tan 5, 4ir 4t where the loss angle or power

**factor**is defined as (6.48)tan 5 = t2/ti. The Q

**factor**of a system is defined as maximum stored energy (6.49)Q average energy loss per radian which in the dielectric case reduces to (6.50) ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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