## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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approximation dk / dw is simply 1 / vo , and we have ( 5 . 11 ) U - Lm hw TTVO Jo

chwkt – 1 dw . The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be determined by

the ...

**tion**w = vok ( cf . 4 . 9 ) valid for the equivalent homogeneous line . In thisapproximation dk / dw is simply 1 / vo , and we have ( 5 . 11 ) U - Lm hw TTVO Jo

chwkt – 1 dw . The upper limit to the integral , wm , is here to be determined by

the ...

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9 ) di = pi / Emoci where the subscript i refers to a particular type of atom .

then P = 2 El Nidi , The polarizawhere Ni is the number per unit volume of atoms

of type i . If the local field is connected with the applied field by the Lorentz ...

9 ) di = pi / Emoci where the subscript i refers to a particular type of atom .

**tion**isthen P = 2 El Nidi , The polarizawhere Ni is the number per unit volume of atoms

of type i . If the local field is connected with the applied field by the Lorentz ...

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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

...

**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

...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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