## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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If then a cubic crystal were elastically isotropic and the Cauchy

the velocity of the transverse waves would be equal to $ ? ? the velocity of the

longitudinal waves . The conditions for the validity of the Cauchy

If then a cubic crystal were elastically isotropic and the Cauchy

**relation**satisfied ,the velocity of the transverse waves would be equal to $ ? ? the velocity of the

longitudinal waves . The conditions for the validity of the Cauchy

**relations**are : 1 .Page 309

EINSTEIN

coefficients are closely related . We recall that the mobility is defined as the drift

velocity per unit electric field . If only one ion type , for example the interstitial

cations , is ...

EINSTEIN

**RELATION**The ionic conductivity , mobility , and self - diffusioncoefficients are closely related . We recall that the mobility is defined as the drift

velocity per unit electric field . If only one ion type , for example the interstitial

cations , is ...

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EINSTEIN

coefficients are closely related . We recall that the mobility is defined as the drift

velocity per unit electric field . If only one ion type , for example the interstitial

cations , is ...

EINSTEIN

**RELATION**The ionic conductivity , mobility , and self - diffusioncoefficients are closely related . We recall that the mobility is defined as the drift

velocity per unit electric field . If only one ion type , for example the interstitial

cations , is ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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