## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Where there are only two

equilibrium are N . еин / kт N ... 7 ) e - MH / kr N eHikt + e - ph / kti here N1 , N2

are the populations of the lower and upper

Where there are only two

**levels**in the magnetic field the populations in thermalequilibrium are N . еин / kт N ... 7 ) e - MH / kr N eHikt + e - ph / kti here N1 , N2

are the populations of the lower and upper

**levels**, and N = N1 + N2 is the total ...Page 146

6 ) for the ground state

terms , which tells us that for equivalent ... have shown that the experimental facts

are accounted for in a satisfactory way when the higher

6 ) for the ground state

**level**assignment predicted by the Hund theory of spectralterms , which tells us that for equivalent ... have shown that the experimental facts

are accounted for in a satisfactory way when the higher

**levels**are considered .Page 323

Let us now consider what will be the effect of the crystal field on the energy

of the model . The ground state has L = 1 , and in free space this

fold degenerate ; that is , it consists of the 2L + 1 magnetic sublevels which are ...

Let us now consider what will be the effect of the crystal field on the energy

**levels**of the model . The ground state has L = 1 , and in free space this

**level**is three -fold degenerate ; that is , it consists of the 2L + 1 magnetic sublevels which are ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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