## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The elastic constants are of interest because of the insight they

nature of the binding forces in solids , and they are also of importance for the

thermal properties of solids . We

of ...

The elastic constants are of interest because of the insight they

**give**into thenature of the binding forces in solids , and they are also of importance for the

thermal properties of solids . We

**give**first a review of the formal phenomenologyof ...

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5 . 6 . Writing Or = hw / k , find the limiting form at low temperatures of the Einstein

heat capacity ( 5 . 21 ) .

way the heat capacities on the Einstein and Debye theories approach zero . 5 .

5 . 6 . Writing Or = hw / k , find the limiting form at low temperatures of the Einstein

heat capacity ( 5 . 21 ) .

**Give**a qualitative physical reason for the difference in theway the heat capacities on the Einstein and Debye theories approach zero . 5 .

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More exact quantum statistics

lattice ( z = 6 ) with S = į various calculations

shown in most texts on quantum theory ; see also J . H . Van Vleck , Revs .

Modern ...

More exact quantum statistics

**give**somewhat different results . For a simple cubiclattice ( z = 6 ) with S = į various calculations

**give**the results below. 8 This isshown in most texts on quantum theory ; see also J . H . Van Vleck , Revs .

Modern ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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