## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We suppose that the Curie point is determined approximately by the

energy of a dipole with the local internal electric ... as E will be of the order of — P

„, the

We suppose that the Curie point is determined approximately by the

**interaction**energy of a dipole with the local internal electric ... as E will be of the order of — P

„, the

**interaction**energy is of the order of i(3 X 10-18)(5 X 104) = 8 X 10-14 ergs.Page 148

When the spin orbit

on the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may carry some

orbital moment along with it. If the sign of the spin orbit

...

When the spin orbit

**interaction**energy is introduced as an additional perturbatioron the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may carry some

orbital moment along with it. If the sign of the spin orbit

**interaction**favors parallel...

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The exchange

but the A — B

B lattices are individually ferromagnetic but with the magnetizations MA, MB ...

The exchange

**interactions**A — A, B — B, and A — B are all anti- ferromagnetic,but the A — B

**interaction**is usually considerably the strongest, so that the A andB lattices are individually ferromagnetic but with the magnetizations MA, MB ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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