## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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That is, each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

examples of the tetrahedral covalent bond. The diamond structure is loosely

packed in ...

That is, each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

**nearest neighbor**atoms. Diamond (Fig. 14.4) and methane, CH4, are typicalexamples of the tetrahedral covalent bond. The diamond structure is loosely

packed in ...

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Typical values of a are listed below, based on unit charges and referred to the

chloride, CsCl 1 . 762670 Zinc blende, ZnS 1 . 6381 Wurtzite, ZnS 1.641 The ...

Typical values of a are listed below, based on unit charges and referred to the

**nearest neighbor**distance. Structure a Sodium chloride, NaCl 1 . 747558 Cesiumchloride, CsCl 1 . 762670 Zinc blende, ZnS 1 . 6381 Wurtzite, ZnS 1.641 The ...

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If a is the

U = ^ (fixx ~\~ Qyv ~\~ &zz ) "H 7 " (fij/z "I- <?zx ~\~ 6xy ). On comparison with (

3.22) we see that our model leads to the following expressions for the elastic ...

If a is the

**nearest neighbor**distance, we may write for a homogeneous pure strainU = ^ (fixx ~\~ Qyv ~\~ &zz ) "H 7 " (fij/z "I- <?zx ~\~ 6xy ). On comparison with (

3.22) we see that our model leads to the following expressions for the elastic ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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