## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The cells are usually drawn, however, with

space lattices the unit cells are so drawn as to have

certain faces or at the center of volume in addition to the points at the corners.

The cells are usually drawn, however, with

**lattice points**at all corners. In somespace lattices the unit cells are so drawn as to have

**lattice points**at the center ofcertain faces or at the center of volume in addition to the points at the corners.

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DIAMOND STRUCTURE The space lattice of diamond is fcc with two atoms 000 ;

i i i associated with each

tetrahedral bonding is to be noted. Each atom has four nearest neighbors.

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DIAMOND STRUCTURE The space lattice of diamond is fcc with two atoms 000 ;

i i i associated with each

**lattice point**. The structure is shown in Fig. 14.4. Thetetrahedral bonding is to be noted. Each atom has four nearest neighbors.

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the charge distribution to be considered is that originating on the

within the cell and also that of the tails of the distributions originating on all the

other

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the charge distribution to be considered is that originating on the

**lattice point**within the cell and also that of the tails of the distributions originating on all the

other

**lattice points**. It is easy to show, however, that the integral of the total charge...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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