## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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removed , so that the specimen follows the isoentropic path BC , ending up at

natural splitting of ...

removed , so that the specimen follows the isoentropic path BC , ending up at

**temperature**T 2 . ULTIMATE**TEMPERATURE**REACHED The lowest**temperature**reached in adiabatic demagnetization is largely limited by thenatural splitting of ...

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A more detailed study of the quantum theory of transport processes in metals

shows that the Lorenz number is expected to be independent of

above the Debye

A more detailed study of the quantum theory of transport processes in metals

shows that the Lorenz number is expected to be independent of

**temperature**onlyabove the Debye

**temperatures**, 13 as the differences between the types of ...Page 305

Free energy of an AB alloy as a function of the degree of order S , for various

requirement that the free energy F = U – TS be a minimum with respect to the

order ...

Free energy of an AB alloy as a function of the degree of order S , for various

**temperatures**. ... The order is determined as a function of**temperature**by therequirement that the free energy F = U – TS be a minimum with respect to the

order ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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