## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Thermal Properties of Solids We first discuss the exact theory of the

of monatomic and diatomic lattices in one dimension and compare the result with

an approximate method of treatment due to Debye . The Debye theory is then ...

Thermal Properties of Solids We first discuss the exact theory of the

**heat capacity**of monatomic and diatomic lattices in one dimension and compare the result with

an approximate method of treatment due to Debye . The Debye theory is then ...

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5 310 Be 1000 Li 328 - 430 235 C ( diamond ) 1860 290 NaCl 281 Mo 379 KCI

230 160 KBr 177 485 Ne CaF , 474 315 370 FeS2 630 DIATOMIC LATTICE One

can obtain an exact expression for the

5 310 Be 1000 Li 328 - 430 235 C ( diamond ) 1860 290 NaCl 281 Mo 379 KCI

230 160 KBr 177 485 Ne CaF , 474 315 370 FeS2 630 DIATOMIC LATTICE One

can obtain an exact expression for the

**heat capacity**of a diatomic lattice in one ...Page 78

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 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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