## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The actual atomic nature of the line affects the propagation when k becomes

comparable with km . π / α Fig . 4 . 2 . Plot of

monatomic linear lattice . The phase velocity is a function of the wave number

and ...

The actual atomic nature of the line affects the propagation when k becomes

comparable with km . π / α Fig . 4 . 2 . Plot of

**frequency**w vs . wave number k for amonatomic linear lattice . The phase velocity is a function of the wave number

and ...

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DIPOLE RELAXATION AND DIELECTRIC LOSSES The principal part of the

difference between the low

dielectric constant as measured by the square of the optical refractive index may

be ...

DIPOLE RELAXATION AND DIELECTRIC LOSSES The principal part of the

difference between the low

**frequency**dielectric constant and the high**frequency**dielectric constant as measured by the square of the optical refractive index may

be ...

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For light of

a single electron bound to a nucleus is e / m a wo ? - w2 where wo is the

resonance

conducting ...

For light of

**frequency**w show that the classical expression for the polarizability ofa single electron bound to a nucleus is e / m a wo ? - w2 where wo is the

resonance

**frequency**of the electron . 6 . 4 . Show that the polarizability of aconducting ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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