## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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One expresses this situation by saying that the

Table 9.2. Effective Magneton Numbers for Iron Group Ions t Representative

values, t In this column g = p (exp)/[S(S + 1)]^. The basic reason for the difference

in ...

One expresses this situation by saying that the

**orbital**moments are "quenched."Table 9.2. Effective Magneton Numbers for Iron Group Ions t Representative

values, t In this column g = p (exp)/[S(S + 1)]^. The basic reason for the difference

in ...

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In quantum theory only one angular momentum component (usually taken as Lz)

and the square of the total

field. If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field, the ...

In quantum theory only one angular momentum component (usually taken as Lz)

and the square of the total

**orbital**angular momentum L2 are constant in a centralfield. If an inhomogeneous electric field is superposed on the central field, the ...

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The origin of the anisotropy energy is believed to be largely the result of the

combined effects of spin

angular momentum (by inhomogeneous crystalline electric fields and by

The origin of the anisotropy energy is believed to be largely the result of the

combined effects of spin

**orbit**interaction and the partial quenching of the**orbital**angular momentum (by inhomogeneous crystalline electric fields and by

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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