## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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An equivalent definition is where r,- is the distance of the jth ion from the

reference ion and is always to be taken as

value of the Madelung constant for an infinite line of ions of alternating sign, as

shown in Fig ...

An equivalent definition is where r,- is the distance of the jth ion from the

reference ion and is always to be taken as

**positive**. We shall first compute thevalue of the Madelung constant for an infinite line of ions of alternating sign, as

shown in Fig ...

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cube surrounding a negative reference ion intercepts six

cube faces, twelve negative charges on cube edges, and eight

at cube corners — a resultant of one

cube surrounding a negative reference ion intercepts six

**positive**charges oncube faces, twelve negative charges on cube edges, and eight

**positive**chargesat cube corners — a resultant of one

**positive**charge according to the present ...Page 267

HALL EFFECT It was seen in Table 12.7 that beryllium, zinc, and cadmium have

HALL EFFECT It was seen in Table 12.7 that beryllium, zinc, and cadmium have

**positive**values of the Hall constant, suggesting that the transport of charge is by**positive**carriers. The**positive**sign is explained on band theory as resulting from ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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