## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The magnetomechanical

the angular momentum . It is useful to equate the

called the magnetomechanical factor . 11 For an electron spin the magnetic ...

The magnetomechanical

**ratio**is defined as the**ratio**of the magnetic moment tothe angular momentum . It is useful to equate the

**ratio**to g ' e / 2mc , where g ' iscalled the magnetomechanical factor . 11 For an electron spin the magnetic ...

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WIEDEMANN - FRANZ

90 ) A relationship of this type was first observed by Wiedemann and Franz , and

the

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WIEDEMANN - FRANZ

**RATIO**We note from ( 12 . 79 ) and ( 12 . 89 ) that ( 12 .90 ) A relationship of this type was first observed by Wiedemann and Franz , and

the

**ratio**is named after them . The Lorenz number L is defined by ( 12 . 91 ) L = K...

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Experimental values of the effective mass

magnetic susceptibilities are shown in ... high susceptibilities . TABLE 13 . 1 .

EFFECTIVE Mass

and ...

Experimental values of the effective mass

**ratio**are given in Table 13 . 1 . Themagnetic susceptibilities are shown in ... high susceptibilities . TABLE 13 . 1 .

EFFECTIVE Mass

**RATIOS**Experimental Values ( from Seitz and from Estermannand ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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