## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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STRESS COMPONENTS The

the stress . ... Z . , Zy , Zz . The capital letter indicates the direction of the

and the subscript indicates the normal to the plane to which the

STRESS COMPONENTS The

**force**acting on a unit area in the solid is defined asthe stress . ... Z . , Zy , Zz . The capital letter indicates the direction of the

**force**,and the subscript indicates the normal to the plane to which the

**force**is applied .Page 54

On comparison with ( 3 . 22 ) we see that our model leads to the following

expressions for the elastic coefficients : ( 3 . 34 ) C11 = a / a ; C12 = 0 ; 044 = B /

2a . . We note that with only nearest neighbor

assumption ( B ...

On comparison with ( 3 . 22 ) we see that our model leads to the following

expressions for the elastic coefficients : ( 3 . 34 ) C11 = a / a ; C12 = 0 ; 044 = B /

2a . . We note that with only nearest neighbor

**forces**on the central**force**assumption ( B ...

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essentially the same physical conditions as the coercive

the initial permeability Mo and the coercive

materials is shown in Fig . 10 . 15 . There is a very close correlation , materials ...

essentially the same physical conditions as the coercive

**force**. A comparison ofthe initial permeability Mo and the coercive

**force**H , for a wide range of magneticmaterials is shown in Fig . 10 . 15 . There is a very close correlation , materials ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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