## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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DIAMOND STRUCTURE The space

I 1 i associated with each

fourteen space close - packed structure .

DIAMOND STRUCTURE The space

**lattice**of diamond is fcc with two atoms 000 ;I 1 i associated with each

**lattice**point . ... The hexagonal Taking each one of thefourteen space close - packed structure .

**lattices**, we can associate with every ...Page 311

Appendix A . INTERFERENCE CONDITIONS AND THE RECIPROCAL

The conditions for an x - ray beam to be diffracted by a crystal may be expressed

in an elegant form with the help of the reciprocal

Appendix A . INTERFERENCE CONDITIONS AND THE RECIPROCAL

**LATTICE**The conditions for an x - ray beam to be diffracted by a crystal may be expressed

in an elegant form with the help of the reciprocal

**lattice**transformation .Page 312

If h , k , l have a common factor n , the diffracted ray may be considered either as

an nth order reflection from

order reflection from a set of planes parallel to the true

If h , k , l have a common factor n , the diffracted ray may be considered either as

an nth order reflection from

**lattice**planes with their true spacing , or else as a firstorder reflection from a set of planes parallel to the true

**lattice**planes but with a ...### 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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