## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Sketch of the Fermi - Dirac distribution

temperature . The region over which the distribution is affected by temperature is

of the order of KT in width . energetically accessible , and we therefore have in

the ...

Sketch of the Fermi - Dirac distribution

**function**, for absolute zero and for a lowtemperature . The region over which the distribution is affected by temperature is

of the order of KT in width . energetically accessible , and we therefore have in

the ...

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In order to obtain a handier equation we represent the potential by a periodic

delta

transcendental equation must have a solution for a in order that wave

the ...

In order to obtain a handier equation we represent the potential by a periodic

delta

**function**, passing to the limit where b ... 19 ) et cos aa = cos ka . αα Thistranscendental equation must have a solution for a in order that wave

**functions**ofthe ...

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The total current j is related to the total electronic momentum by j = eP / m .

Suppose that the lowest state carries a momentum Po , and that + ( X1 , X2 , X3 , •

• . ) is the exact wave

= ei ...

The total current j is related to the total electronic momentum by j = eP / m .

Suppose that the lowest state carries a momentum Po , and that + ( X1 , X2 , X3 , •

• . ) is the exact wave

**function**for this state . Consider the wave**function**( K . 2 ) 6= ei ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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