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15 ) , F ( hkl ) = fs , where S is called the geometrical

by ( 1 . 17 ) S = ei27 ( hu ; + kv ; + lw ; ) A body - centered cubic

identical atoms has atoms at 000 and } } } . We find ( 1 . 18 ) S = 1 + eir ( h + k + i )

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15 ) , F ( hkl ) = fs , where S is called the geometrical

**structure**factor and is givenby ( 1 . 17 ) S = ei27 ( hu ; + kv ; + lw ; ) A body - centered cubic

**structure**ofidentical atoms has atoms at 000 and } } } . We find ( 1 . 18 ) S = 1 + eir ( h + k + i )

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747558 which has been worked out for the sodium chloride

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

Values of Madelung constants for many different crystal

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 tabulatedby ...

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The

centers , and a Ti4 + ion at the body center . Below the Curie temperature the

The

**structure**is cubic , with Ba2 + ions at the cube corners , 02 - ions at the facecenters , and a Ti4 + ion at the body center . Below the Curie temperature the

**structure**is slightly deformed with respect to that described here . The prototype ...### 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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