## 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

nearest

while a closest - packed structure would require twelve nearest

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

nearest

**neighbor**atoms . ... tetrahedral bond allows only four nearest**neighbors**,while a closest - packed structure would require twelve nearest

**neighbor**atoms .Page 35

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

nearest

chloride , CsCl 1 . 762670 Zinc blende , ZnS 1 . 6381 Wurtzite , ZnS 1 . 641 α The

...

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

nearest

**neighbor**distance . Structure Sodium chloride , NaCl 1 . 747558 Cesiumchloride , CsCl 1 . 762670 Zinc blende , ZnS 1 . 6381 Wurtzite , ZnS 1 . 641 α The

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If a is the nearest

strain U - Naa2 aa ... We note that with only nearest

central force assumption ( B = 0 ) the simple cubic lattice does not possess any

olim + 1 , n ...

If a is the nearest

**neighbor**distance , we may write for a homogeneous purestrain U - Naa2 aa ... We note that with only nearest

**neighbor**forces on thecentral force assumption ( B = 0 ) the simple cubic lattice does not possess any

olim + 1 , n ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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