## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The essential difference between

for transformer cores lies in the coercive force , which may range from the value

of 600 oersteds in a loudspeaker magnet ( Alnico V ) and 20 , 000 in a special

high ...

The essential difference between

**material**for permanent magnets and**material**for transformer cores lies in the coercive force , which may range from the value

of 600 oersteds in a loudspeaker magnet ( Alnico V ) and 20 , 000 in a special

high ...

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Make a cut along any simple surface bounded by the line . Displace the

on one side of this surface by d relative to the other side ; d is a fixed vector called

the Burgers vector . In regions where d is not parallel to the surface this relative ...

Make a cut along any simple surface bounded by the line . Displace the

**material**on one side of this surface by d relative to the other side ; d is a fixed vector called

the Burgers vector . In regions where d is not parallel to the surface this relative ...

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The

with the particle spacing , each wiggle of the dislocation line must be carried

separately through the stress field of each precipitate particle . In this case the ...

The

**material**is soft in this condition . When the radius of curvature is comparablewith the particle spacing , each wiggle of the dislocation line must be carried

separately through the stress field of each precipitate particle . In this case the ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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