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this as an approximation to the entire

hw ( 5 . 20 ) chw / kt - 1 leads , on differentiation with respect to temperature , to

the

this as an approximation to the entire

**heat**capacity of solids . The internal energyhw ( 5 . 20 ) chw / kt - 1 leads , on differentiation with respect to temperature , to

the

**heat**capacity ( 5 . 21 ) Co = Nk ( hw / kT ) ? emw / kt / ( etw / kt – 1 ) ; the ...Page 88

where Cy is the

constant volume , B is the temperature coefficient of linear expansion , and K is

the compressibility . Estimate Co - C , for copper at 300°K and at 1000°K . 5 . 5 .

Derive ...

where Cy is the

**heat**capacity per unit volume at constant pressure , C , atconstant volume , B is the temperature coefficient of linear expansion , and K is

the compressibility . Estimate Co - C , for copper at 300°K and at 1000°K . 5 . 5 .

Derive ...

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ELEMENTARY THEORY OF ORDER We give now a simple statistical treatment

of the dependence of order on temperature for the case of an AB alloy with a bcc

structure . 8 . 32 0 . 26 OTTT C = 8 . 32R 7 . 68€ 0 . 24 ) 7 . 04 Specific

...

ELEMENTARY THEORY OF ORDER We give now a simple statistical treatment

of the dependence of order on temperature for the case of an AB alloy with a bcc

structure . 8 . 32 0 . 26 OTTT C = 8 . 32R 7 . 68€ 0 . 24 ) 7 . 04 Specific

**heat**( units...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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