## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Hafner , New York , 5th ed . , 1951 . Elementary texts W . Kleber , Angewandte

Gitterphysik , W . de Gruyter & Co . , Berlin , 2nd ed . , 1949 . F . O . Rice and E .

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**References**Atomic physics background Max Born , Atomic physics ,Hafner , New York , 5th ed . , 1951 . Elementary texts W . Kleber , Angewandte

Gitterphysik , W . de Gruyter & Co . , Berlin , 2nd ed . , 1949 . F . O . Rice and E .

Teller ...

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In the crystal each ion is surrounded by six nearest neighbors of the opposite

charge and twelve next nearest neighbors of the same charge as the

ion . We suppose that the Nation carries a single positive charge , so that the ...

In the crystal each ion is surrounded by six nearest neighbors of the opposite

charge and twelve next nearest neighbors of the same charge as the

**reference**ion . We suppose that the Nation carries a single positive charge , so that the ...

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6 ) where r ; is the distance of the sth ion from the

be taken as positive . We shall first compute the value of the Madelung constant

for an infinite line of ions of alternating sign , as shown in Fig . 2 . 2 . We pick a ...

6 ) where r ; is the distance of the sth ion from the

**reference**ion and is always tobe taken as positive . We shall first compute the value of the Madelung constant

for an infinite line of ions of alternating sign , as shown in Fig . 2 . 2 . We pick a ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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