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If the induced polarization is neglected , the Onsager model

1 + 3x + 3 ( 1 + x + x2 ) " ] , x = 41Np2 / 3kT . It is easily seen that this expression ,

which is derived in Appendix D , does not

If the induced polarization is neglected , the Onsager model

**gives**( 6 . 32 ) E = { [1 + 3x + 3 ( 1 + x + x2 ) " ] , x = 41Np2 / 3kT . It is easily seen that this expression ,

which is derived in Appendix D , does not

**gives**a critical point . Further ...Page 227

This

Lagrangian multiplier a is determined by the condition Eni = N . We may

determine the constant B by the observation that at very high temperatures ni / gi

must be « 1 ...

This

**gives**gi – ni = ea + BW i , ni or ( 12 . 16 ) _ _ 9i ni = . ea + Bw ; + 1 TheLagrangian multiplier a is determined by the condition Eni = N . We may

determine the constant B by the observation that at very high temperatures ni / gi

must be « 1 ...

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... if r is measured from the nucleus , and in mononuclear systems

to paramagnetism . The * J . Pirenne , Helv . Phys . Acta 22 , 479 ( 1949 ) .

second term

353.

... if r is measured from the nucleus , and in mononuclear systems

**gives**rise onlyto paramagnetism . The * J . Pirenne , Helv . Phys . Acta 22 , 479 ( 1949 ) .

second term

**gives**for a spherically symmetric system a diamagnetic APPENDIX353.

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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