## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The constant N is known as the depolarization factor or, more commonly, as the

demagnetization factor, and its value depends on the axial

exceptionally important in the field of magnetism. Values of N are plotted in Fig.

6.2 for ...

The constant N is known as the depolarization factor or, more commonly, as the

demagnetization factor, and its value depends on the axial

**ratio**. It isexceptionally important in the field of magnetism. Values of N are plotted in Fig.

6.2 for ...

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1o The concept of energy bands is discussed in Chapter 13. n This quantity,

which is useful for comparison with the microwave resonance experiments, is

sometimes called the gyromagnetic

1o The concept of energy bands is discussed in Chapter 13. n This quantity,

which is useful for comparison with the microwave resonance experiments, is

sometimes called the gyromagnetic

**ratio**, but strictly speaking the gyromagnetic**ratio**is ...Page 258

Experimental values of the effective mass

magnetic susceptibilities are shown in Fig. 13.6; it is seen that some of the

transition metals have abnormally high susceptibilities. Table 13.1. Effective

Mass

Experimental values of the effective mass

**ratio**are given in Table 13.1. Themagnetic susceptibilities are shown in Fig. 13.6; it is seen that some of the

transition metals have abnormally high susceptibilities. Table 13.1. Effective

Mass

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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