## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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21 ) it follows , taking the cube edges as the x , y , z directions , that - deau + C12 I

deny dez | dexy toe pü = C11 - + t - - 02 + C44 1 ay nax axe ax which reduces ,

using ( 3 . 9 ) , ( 8 . 25 ) mü = color tour content ) + ( ( n + cw ) One

21 ) it follows , taking the cube edges as the x , y , z directions , that - deau + C12 I

deny dez | dexy toe pü = C11 - + t - - 02 + C44 1 ay nax axe ax which reduces ,

using ( 3 . 9 ) , ( 8 . 25 ) mü = color tour content ) + ( ( n + cw ) One

**solution**is ...Page 64

We suppose that the particles n = 0 and n = N at the ends of the line are held

fixed ; the allowed modes , which are constructed by taking linear combinations

of the running wave

then ...

We suppose that the particles n = 0 and n = N at the ends of the line are held

fixed ; the allowed modes , which are constructed by taking linear combinations

of the running wave

**solutions**Un = ger ( wi + kna ) of the previous section , arethen ...

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21 ) admits the particular

at t = 0 ; but we know from the Meissner effect that we cannot have frozen - in

fields . It is apparent that ( 11 . 21 ) has more general

21 ) admits the particular

**solution**H = Ho , where H , is an arbitrary field existingat t = 0 ; but we know from the Meissner effect that we cannot have frozen - in

fields . It is apparent that ( 11 . 21 ) has more general

**solutions**than allowed by ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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