## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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

result with an approximate method of treatment due to Debye. The Debye theory

is then ...

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

**heat****capacity**of monatomic and diatomic lattices in one dimension and compare theresult with an approximate method of treatment due to Debye. The Debye theory

is then ...

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The values of 0 obtained from thermal data at low temperatures are in quite good

agreement with values of 0 calculated ... Representative Values of the Debye 0

DIATOMIC lattice One can obtain an exact expression for the

The values of 0 obtained from thermal data at low temperatures are in quite good

agreement with values of 0 calculated ... Representative Values of the Debye 0

DIATOMIC lattice One can obtain an exact expression for the

**heat capacity**of a ...Page 78

this as an approximation to the entire

(5-20) U = N e> JS"— i leads, on differentiation with respect to temperature, to the

this as an approximation to the entire

**heat capacity**of solids. The internal energy(5-20) U = N e> JS"— i leads, on differentiation with respect to temperature, to the

**heat capacity**(5.21) C„ = Nk(ho>/kTi2eK"/kT/(eiil"kT - l)2; the expression on 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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