## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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320 230 4 237 85 Fe Ge 225 Pt Ta 398 245 The values of

data at low temperatures are in quite good ... 474 315 370 FeS2 630 DIATOMIC

LATTICE One can

320 230 4 237 85 Fe Ge 225 Pt Ta 398 245 The values of

**obtained**from thermaldata at low temperatures are in quite good ... 474 315 370 FeS2 630 DIATOMIC

LATTICE One can

**obtain**an exact expression for the heat capacity of a diatomic ...Page 95

The dielectric loss may be

resonance . ... and here one often measures essentially the wavelength of the

microwave radiation in the specimen ,

relation ...

The dielectric loss may be

**obtained**from the sharpness of the tuning nearresonance . ... and here one often measures essentially the wavelength of the

microwave radiation in the specimen ,

**obtaining**the dielectric constant from therelation ...

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4 , 1948 . The value of 0 is

+ 0 ) to the susceptibility above the actual transition temperature Tc . In recent

literature the transition or Curie temperature is sometimes referred to as the Néel

...

4 , 1948 . The value of 0 is

**obtained**by fitting an expression of the form x = C / ( T+ 0 ) to the susceptibility above the actual transition temperature Tc . In recent

literature the transition or Curie temperature is sometimes referred to as the Néel

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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