## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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We

electronic configuration is identical with neon , and that the Clion carries a single

negative charge ( argon configuration ) . If di ; is the interaction energy between

ions i ...

We

**suppose**that the Nation carries a single positive charge , so that theelectronic configuration is identical with neon , and that the Clion carries a single

negative charge ( argon configuration ) . If di ; is the interaction energy between

ions i ...

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In the spirit of the Debye approximation we may

Fo on the volume V is adequately described by specifying the dependence of the

Debye temperature R on V . Thus , from ( 5 . 27 ) and ( 5 . 28 ) , ( 5 .

In the spirit of the Debye approximation we may

**suppose**that the dependence ofFo on the volume V is adequately described by specifying the dependence of the

Debye temperature R on V . Thus , from ( 5 . 27 ) and ( 5 . 28 ) , ( 5 .

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We

then the charges on neighboring ions located along the x , y , z axes will produce

an electrostatic potential V about the nucleus of the form ( H . 1 ) eV = Ax2 + By2 ...

We

**suppose**that the ion is embedded in a crystal of orthorhombic symmetry ;then the charges on neighboring ions located along the x , y , z axes will produce

an electrostatic potential V about the nucleus of the form ( H . 1 ) eV = Ax2 + By2 ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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