## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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with a = b and angles a = B = 90° ; y = 120° . The relationship of the cell with a

prism with

**HEXAGONAL**SPACE LATTICE The**hexagonal**primitive cell is a parallelepipedwith a = b and angles a = B = 90° ; y = 120° . The relationship of the cell with a

prism with

**hexagonal**symmetry is shown by Fig . 1 . 9 . If four cells are packed ...Page 27

Show that the maximum proportion of the available volume which may be filled

by hard spheres arranged in various structures is Simple cubic Body - centered

cubic Face - centered cubic

Show that the maximum proportion of the available volume which may be filled

by hard spheres arranged in various structures is Simple cubic Body - centered

cubic Face - centered cubic

**Hexagonal**close - packed Diamond a / 6 ( = 0 .Page 390

... 279 superconductors , 208 Ions , diamagnetic susceptibilities , table , theory ,

82 , 245 136 Heisenberg theory of ferromagnetism , | Iron group ions ,

paramagnetism , 147 162 Isotope effect , superconductivity , 204 ,

close - packed ...

... 279 superconductors , 208 Ions , diamagnetic susceptibilities , table , theory ,

82 , 245 136 Heisenberg theory of ferromagnetism , | Iron group ions ,

paramagnetism , 147 162 Isotope effect , superconductivity , 204 ,

**Hexagonal**close - packed ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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