## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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A shear wave propagates along a cube axis with velocity ( C44 / p ) " , while a

shear wave with particle

direction with velocity [ ( 011 – C12 ) / 2p ) " . The first two results are derived

below ...

A shear wave propagates along a cube axis with velocity ( C44 / p ) " , while a

shear wave with particle

**motion**along a 170 direction propagates along a 110direction with velocity [ ( 011 – C12 ) / 2p ) " . The first two results are derived

below ...

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DERIVATION OF THE LANGEVIN DIAMAGNETISM EQUATION The usual

derivation employs the Larmor theorem , which states that for an atom in a

magnetic field the

possible ...

DERIVATION OF THE LANGEVIN DIAMAGNETISM EQUATION The usual

derivation employs the Larmor theorem , which states that for an atom in a

magnetic field the

**motion**of the electrons is , to the first order in H , the same as apossible ...

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The magnetization of the crystal “ sees ” the crystal lattice through the agency of

the orbital

means of the spin orbit coupling , and the orbital

The magnetization of the crystal “ sees ” the crystal lattice through the agency of

the orbital

**motion**of the electrons ; the spin interacts with the orbital**motion**bymeans of the spin orbit coupling , and the orbital

**motion**in turn interacts with the ...### 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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