## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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thus far in the discussion of crystal symmetry made no reference to the periodic

structure of the crystals . In preparation for the description of crystal structures we

...

**SPACE**LATTICES AND MICROSCOPIC SYMMETRY PROPERTIES We havethus far in the discussion of crystal symmetry made no reference to the periodic

structure of the crystals . In preparation for the description of crystal structures we

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DIAMOND STRUCTURE The

I 1 i associated with each lattice point . The structure is shown in Fig . 14 . 4 . The

tetrahedral bonding is to be noted . Each atom has four nearest neighbors .

DIAMOND STRUCTURE The

**space**lattice of diamond is fcc with two atoms 000 ;I 1 i associated with each lattice point . The structure is shown in Fig . 14 . 4 . The

tetrahedral bonding is to be noted . Each atom has four nearest neighbors .

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There are 230 possible

possible in the

theory of

discussed ...

There are 230 possible

**space**groups . A full discussion of**space**groups is notpossible in the

**space**available here . We shall not require knowledge of thetheory of

**space**groups in order to understand the crystal structures explicitlydiscussed ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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