## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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15 Imperfections in

role of structural imperfections, where we interpret the term imperfection to mean

any deviation from a perfect homogeneous crystal lattice. Imperfections are ...

15 Imperfections in

**Solids**: I Much recent work with**solids**is concerned with therole of structural imperfections, where we interpret the term imperfection to mean

any deviation from a perfect homogeneous crystal lattice. Imperfections are ...

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20, 218 (1952)]. 15.7. Discuss the physical changes resulting from radiation

damage in

fast charged particles through the material. [See F. Seitz, Discussions Faraday

Soc. No.

20, 218 (1952)]. 15.7. Discuss the physical changes resulting from radiation

damage in

**solids**. Radiation damage is caused by the passage of neutrons orfast charged particles through the material. [See F. Seitz, Discussions Faraday

Soc. No.

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DIFFUSION AND THE KIRKENDALL EFFECT13 It is possible to describe

diffusion in

relative probability of the several processes depends quite strongly on the values

of ...

DIFFUSION AND THE KIRKENDALL EFFECT13 It is possible to describe

diffusion in

**solids**in terms of the three basic processes pictured in Fig. 16.12. Therelative probability of the several processes depends quite strongly on the values

of ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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