## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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approximation dk/da> is simply \/vq, and we have (5.11) U / w>7 , do irvq Jo e "/kt

— 1 The upper limit to the integral, um, is here to be determined by the condition

that the ...

**tion**co = vok (cf. 4.9) valid for the equivalent homogeneous line. In thisapproximation dk/da> is simply \/vq, and we have (5.11) U / w>7 , do irvq Jo e "/kt

— 1 The upper limit to the integral, um, is here to be determined by the condition

that the ...

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transverse field when its frequency is equal to the precessional frequency. We

may equally well think of the macroscopic vector representing the total spin of the

entire ...

**tion**of the static magnetic field, and energy is absorbed strongly from the r-ftransverse field when its frequency is equal to the precessional frequency. We

may equally well think of the macroscopic vector representing the total spin of the

entire ...

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Charles Kittel.

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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