## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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quite suggestive and leads us to calculate more closely the lattice energy of

crystallizes in the structure shown in Fig . 1 . la . The space lattice is fcc with one

Na + ...

quite suggestive and leads us to calculate more closely the lattice energy of

**sodium**chloride . LATTICE ENERGY OF**SODIUM**CHLORIDE**Sodium**chloridecrystallizes in the structure shown in Fig . 1 . la . The space lattice is fcc with one

Na + ...

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747558 which has been worked out for the

Ewald method . The Ewald method is derived and discussed in Appendix B .

Values of Madelung constants for many different crystal structures are tabulated

by ...

747558 which has been worked out for the

**sodium**chloride structure by theEwald method . The Ewald method is derived and discussed in Appendix B .

Values of Madelung constants for many different crystal structures are tabulated

by ...

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Suppose that the energy required to remove a

vacancies at room temperature ( 300°K ) . If a neighboring

move over ...

Suppose that the energy required to remove a

**sodium**atom from the inside of a**sodium**crystal to the boundary is 1 ev . Calculate the number of Schottkyvacancies at room temperature ( 300°K ) . If a neighboring

**sodium**atom has tomove over ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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