## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg equations

determine the reflections ( hkl ) which are possible for a

the relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the contents of the unit

cell ...

GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg equations

determine the reflections ( hkl ) which are possible for a

**given**crystal lattice , butthe relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the contents of the unit

cell ...

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1 we compare the results

calculated from the exact expression ( 5 . 10 ) for the internal energy of a one -

dimensional crystal , and as calculated from the “ Debye approximation ” ( 5 . 11 )

. DEBYE ...

1 we compare the results

**given**by Blackman ' for the heat capacities ascalculated from the exact expression ( 5 . 10 ) for the internal energy of a one -

dimensional crystal , and as calculated from the “ Debye approximation ” ( 5 . 11 )

. DEBYE ...

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... in this limit is ( 9 . 9 ) x = N ( g ? / 4 ) MB ? / KT . This equation for an electron

spin with g = 2 appears to differ from the classical result ( 9 . 3 ) by a factor of 3 ;

however , in quantum mechanics the total spin angular moment is

+ ...

... in this limit is ( 9 . 9 ) x = N ( g ? / 4 ) MB ? / KT . This equation for an electron

spin with g = 2 appears to differ from the classical result ( 9 . 3 ) by a factor of 3 ;

however , in quantum mechanics the total spin angular moment is

**given**by ( S ( S+ ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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