## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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condenser filled with the substance Specimen CM 2000 wo F VI ( C , + C ) Fig . 6

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**MEASUREMENT**OF DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS The usual methods of**measuring**dielectric constants are based on a comparison of the capacity ( " ' of acondenser filled with the substance Specimen CM 2000 wo F VI ( C , + C ) Fig . 6

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METHOD OF

another on the force exerted on a specimen by a non - uniform magnetic field .

METHOD OF

**MEASUREMENT**OF SUSCEPTIBILITIES The usual methods of**measuring**diamagnetic and paramagnetic susceptibilities depend in one way oranother on the force exerted on a specimen by a non - uniform magnetic field .

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Electromagnet Specimen Tor - f supply and circuit for

circuito de Hses Aliti Hx4 H static ) H ... The r - f power absorbed in the specimen

is determined by electrical

Electromagnet Specimen Tor - f supply and circuit for

**measuring**losses - andcircuito de Hses Aliti Hx4 H static ) H ... The r - f power absorbed in the specimen

is determined by electrical

**measurements**, as by**measuring**the Q of the coil .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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