## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We need not, however, attempt to calculate the product \An, which involves

through X the quantum- mechanical solution of the repulsive potential problem, if

we are content to substitute in our theory the observed value of the

We need not, however, attempt to calculate the product \An, which involves

through X the quantum- mechanical solution of the repulsive potential problem, if

we are content to substitute in our theory the observed value of the

**lattice****constant**.Page 42

Show that the constant An in Eq. (2.2) has the value 9.56(4) for the cesium

chloride lattice for n = 10. 2.4. Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic

charges on the

chloride; ...

Show that the constant An in Eq. (2.2) has the value 9.56(4) for the cesium

chloride lattice for n = 10. 2.4. Discuss the probable effect of doubling the ionic

charges on the

**lattice constant**, compressibility, and binding energy of sodiumchloride; ...

Page 70

Show that the differential equation governing transverse waves on a mona- tomio

linear

transverse phase velocity in terms of the force

...

Show that the differential equation governing transverse waves on a mona- tomio

linear

**lattice**is similar to that for longitudinal waves. Find an expression for thetransverse phase velocity in terms of the force

**constant**0 for the change of length...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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