## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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fcc lattice is

of the unit cube. We may think of a bcc lattice as made up of two interpenetrating

sc lattices, and of a fcc lattice as made up of four interpenetrating sc lattices.

fcc lattice is

**shown in Fig**. 1.8 and is a rhombohedron of volume one- quarter thatof the unit cube. We may think of a bcc lattice as made up of two interpenetrating

sc lattices, and of a fcc lattice as made up of four interpenetrating sc lattices.

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The level scheme for a single electron spin is

radiation of frequency such that will induce transitions between neighboring

magnetic levels according to the selection rule Am, = ± 1 for magnetic dipole ...

The level scheme for a single electron spin is

**shown in Fig**. 9.2. Electromagneticradiation of frequency such that will induce transitions between neighboring

magnetic levels according to the selection rule Am, = ± 1 for magnetic dipole ...

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The effect of applying a voltage to the contact is

conduction band is raised on one side, favoring Fig. 14.13. Effect of an applied

voltage on the current flow through the contact of Fig. 14.12, exhibiting the origin

of ...

The effect of applying a voltage to the contact is

**shown in Fig**. 14.13. In (a) theconduction band is raised on one side, favoring Fig. 14.13. Effect of an applied

voltage on the current flow through the contact of Fig. 14.12, exhibiting the origin

of ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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