## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We compare the calculated Coulomb energy with the

energy, and then estimate n on the basis of Eq. (2.5). U (Coulomb) Uo (

Substance (kcal/mole) (kcal/mole) NaCl 206 183 NaBr 195 173 NaI 180 166 KCl

...

We compare the calculated Coulomb energy with the

**observed**total bindingenergy, and then estimate n on the basis of Eq. (2.5). U (Coulomb) Uo (

**observed**)Substance (kcal/mole) (kcal/mole) NaCl 206 183 NaBr 195 173 NaI 180 166 KCl

...

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Reference to detailed theoretical calculations of the conductivity of metals are

given in the review by Bardeen.13 A comparison of

values of the conductivity of a number of monovalent metals is reproduced from

this ...

Reference to detailed theoretical calculations of the conductivity of metals are

given in the review by Bardeen.13 A comparison of

**observed**and calculatedvalues of the conductivity of a number of monovalent metals is reproduced from

this ...

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The situation is exhibited in Fig. 13.12, which is drawn for the K emission band of

sodium. It is important to

good measure of the width of the filled portion of the conduction band, although

the ...

The situation is exhibited in Fig. 13.12, which is drawn for the K emission band of

sodium. It is important to

**observe**that the width of emission band should be agood measure of the width of the filled portion of the conduction band, although

the ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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