## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The

molecular

we define a quantity A , having the character of a

equation ( 5 .

The

**mean**free path concept is suggested by analogy with the use of themolecular

**mean**free path in the kinetic theory of ... For a qualitative discussionwe define a quantity A , having the character of a

**mean**free path , by theequation ( 5 .

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064 150 X 10 - 8 † Parallel optic axis . PHONON

phonon

geometrical scattering and scattering by other phonons . If the forces between

atoms were purely ...

064 150 X 10 - 8 † Parallel optic axis . PHONON

**MEAN**FREE PATHS Thephonon

**mean**free path A is determined principally by two processes ,geometrical scattering and scattering by other phonons . If the forces between

atoms were purely ...

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2 zn W Pt ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY To orient ourselves we consider first the

elementary classical treatment of Drude . The current density is given by ( 12 . 70

) j = Neud , where vp is the

2 zn W Pt ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY To orient ourselves we consider first the

elementary classical treatment of Drude . The current density is given by ( 12 . 70

) j = Neud , where vp is the

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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