## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The region of space which can be reached from 0 without crossing any of the

and orientation of a crystal

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The region of space which can be reached from 0 without crossing any of the

**planes**then satisfies the requirements for a unit ... MILLER INDICES The positionand orientation of a crystal

**plane**is determined by giving the coordinates of three...

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matical construction and may be spoken of as the reflecting

angle s makes with so , then 0 is the angle of incidence , and from the figure we

see that S = 2 sin 0 , as s and so are unit vectors . The phase difference ® is 27 /

1 ...

matical construction and may be spoken of as the reflecting

**plane**. If 20 is theangle s makes with so , then 0 is the angle of incidence , and from the figure we

see that S = 2 sin 0 , as s and so are unit vectors . The phase difference ® is 27 /

1 ...

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elementary

proportional to h / a , k / b , 1 / C . Therefore the lattice

parallel to the reflecting

scattering ...

elementary

**plane**geometry the direction cosines of the normal to ( hkl ) areproportional to h / a , k / b , 1 / C . Therefore the lattice

**planes**( hkl ) must beparallel to the reflecting

**plane**, and the diffraction maxima occur when thescattering ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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