## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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principal axes

applied field , as will the depolarization field E1 , which it is found may be

calculated from the polarization P by a relation of the form ( 6 . 3 ) E1 = - NP .

principal axes

**parallel**to the applied field , the polarization will be**parallel**to theapplied field , as will the depolarization field E1 , which it is found may be

calculated from the polarization P by a relation of the form ( 6 . 3 ) E1 = - NP .

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It is found by X - ray methods that the crystal structure becomes slightly deformed

in the direction of the spontaneous polarization , and in the region between 0°C

and 118°C the polarization is

It is found by X - ray methods that the crystal structure becomes slightly deformed

in the direction of the spontaneous polarization , and in the region between 0°C

and 118°C the polarization is

**parallel**to a side of the unit cube of the crystal ...Page 191

6 that , if ithin m M . :SUSCEPTIBILITY BELOW THE CURIE POINT We consider

two cases on a twosublattice model : first , with the applied magnetic field

perpendicular to the axis of the spins ; and , second , with the field

axis of ...

6 that , if ithin m M . :SUSCEPTIBILITY BELOW THE CURIE POINT We consider

two cases on a twosublattice model : first , with the applied magnetic field

perpendicular to the axis of the spins ; and , second , with the field

**parallel**to theaxis of ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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