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The allowed αα values of the energy W are given by those

h2 ] % for which the function lies between + 1 and - 1 . ( After Kronig and Penney

... values of aa are allowed for which the left side falls in this

...

The allowed αα values of the energy W are given by those

**ranges**of a = ( 2mW /h2 ] % for which the function lies between + 1 and - 1 . ( After Kronig and Penney

... values of aa are allowed for which the left side falls in this

**range**. The allowed...

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8 ) , finding 4NSV + 2NKTS = 0 , so that the transition temperature Long

order S is ( 15 . 9 ) To = – 2V / k . 1 . 0 LONG AND SHORT

We have defined the long

8 ) , finding 4NSV + 2NKTS = 0 , so that the transition temperature Long

**range**order S is ( 15 . 9 ) To = – 2V / k . 1 . 0 LONG AND SHORT

**RANGE**ORDER 0 . 5We have defined the long

**range**T / Tc order parameter s so that the Fig . 15 . 6 .Page 306

8 ) , finding 4NSV + 2NkTS = 0 , so that the transition temperature Long

order S ( 15 . 9 ) To = – 2V / k . 1 . 0 LONG AND SHORT

have defined the long

8 ) , finding 4NSV + 2NkTS = 0 , so that the transition temperature Long

**range**order S ( 15 . 9 ) To = – 2V / k . 1 . 0 LONG AND SHORT

**RANGE**ORDER 0 . 5 Wehave defined the long

**range**T / TC order parameter S so that the Fig . 15 . 6 .### 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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