## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Effective

quadratic function of the wave numbers , so that by analogy with the expression

W = ( h2 / 2m ) k2 for free electrons we may define an effective

32W ...

Effective

**mass**. Near the top or bottom of a band the energy is generally aquadratic function of the wave numbers , so that by analogy with the expression

W = ( h2 / 2m ) k2 for free electrons we may define an effective

**mass**m * such that32W ...

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Susceptibility per gram of several transition metals . have unusually large

electronic heat capacities , suggesting that the effective

the order of 10 or more . Experimental values of the effective

in Table ...

Susceptibility per gram of several transition metals . have unusually large

electronic heat capacities , suggesting that the effective

**mass**ratio m * / m is ofthe order of 10 or more . Experimental values of the effective

**mass**ratio are givenin Table ...

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Quantity Value Avogadro ' s number , L ( 6 . 025438 + 0 . 000107 ) X 1023 g mol -

1 ( phys . ) Electronic charge , e - ( 4 . 802233 + 0 . 000071 ) X 10 - 10 esu

Electron rest

constant ...

Quantity Value Avogadro ' s number , L ( 6 . 025438 + 0 . 000107 ) X 1023 g mol -

1 ( phys . ) Electronic charge , e - ( 4 . 802233 + 0 . 000071 ) X 10 - 10 esu

Electron rest

**mass**, m ( 9 . 107208 + 0 . 000246 ) X 10 - 28 grams Planck ' sconstant ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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