## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is defined as x = M / H , where M is

the magnetic moment per unit volume , or the magnetization , and H is the

referred ...

The magnetic susceptibility per unit volume is defined as x = M / H , where M is

the magnetic moment per unit volume , or the magnetization , and H is the

**magnetic field**intensity . Quite frequently the susceptibility may also be definedreferred ...

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... absence of an applied

defined as the spontaneous magnetic moment per unit volume . ... We consider

the Weiss field the equivalent of an effective

electron ...

... absence of an applied

**magnetic field**. The saturation magnetization M , isdefined as the spontaneous magnetic moment per unit volume . ... We consider

the Weiss field the equivalent of an effective

**magnetic field**H , acting on theelectron ...

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The currents have been observed by the associated

undiminished strength for days . In experiments at Leiden ' using a coil of 700

meters of lead wire it was impossible in a run of about 12 hr to detect any

decrease ...

The currents have been observed by the associated

**magnetic field**to persist withundiminished strength for days . In experiments at Leiden ' using a coil of 700

meters of lead wire it was impossible in a run of about 12 hr to detect any

decrease ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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