## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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CLASSIFICATION OF MACROSCOPIC

found experimentally to possess

physical properties in different directions , such as elastic and optical constants

and ...

CLASSIFICATION OF MACROSCOPIC

**SYMMETRY**PROPERTIES Crystals arefound experimentally to possess

**symmetry**in the values of their macroscopicphysical properties in different directions , such as elastic and optical constants

and ...

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If one half of the crystal is the reflection of the other half in a plane drawn through

the center of the crystal , the crystal possesses a reflection plane as a

element . Center of inversion . A crystal possesses a center of inversion if the ...

If one half of the crystal is the reflection of the other half in a plane drawn through

the center of the crystal , the crystal possesses a reflection plane as a

**symmetry**element . Center of inversion . A crystal possesses a center of inversion if the ...

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The space

two atoms ( 000 ; } } } ) obtain in this way a pattern or space group associated with

each lattice possessing the full

The space

**symmetry**operations of the lattice . We lattice is simple hexagonal withtwo atoms ( 000 ; } } } ) obtain in this way a pattern or space group associated with

each lattice possessing the full

**symmetry**of the lattice . point . ( By permission ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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