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24 ) T = 3kTg / 4c ? , giving a constant value of the temperature coefficient of

5 . 3 . TABLE 5 . 3 . LINEAR COEFFICIENTS OF

24 ) T = 3kTg / 4c ? , giving a constant value of the temperature coefficient of

**thermal**expansion . Values of the linear expansion coefficients are given in Table5 . 3 . TABLE 5 . 3 . LINEAR COEFFICIENTS OF

**THERMAL**EXPANSION NEAR ...Page 84

an important mechanism in determining the mean free path , anharmonic

interaction is the only mechanism in solids whereby the frequency distribution of

phonons may be brought into

needs ...

an important mechanism in determining the mean free path , anharmonic

interaction is the only mechanism in solids whereby the frequency distribution of

phonons may be brought into

**thermal**equilibrium . In**thermal**conductivity oneneeds ...

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In glasses the

lowered ; this effect is present even at room temperature . Furthermore , the

values of the

In glasses the

**thermal**conductivity ( Fig . 5 . 5 ) decreases as the temperature islowered ; this effect is present even at room temperature . Furthermore , the

values of the

**thermal**conductivity at room temperature run about an order of ...### 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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