## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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This result gives

polarizabilities of atoms . A lattice of N conducting spheres per unit volume has

dielectric constant e = 1 + 4nNa " , for Na « 1 ; this result has been used in the

construction of ...

This result gives

**values**of a of the order of magnitude of the observedpolarizabilities of atoms . A lattice of N conducting spheres per unit volume has

dielectric constant e = 1 + 4nNa " , for Na « 1 ; this result has been used in the

construction of ...

Page 168

In the experiments it is found that the apparent g

higher than the free electron g

terms the usual resonance relation ( 9 . 24 ) : ( 10 . 23 ) w = ( ge / 2mc ) H . It has

been ...

In the experiments it is found that the apparent g

**values**are often very muchhigher than the free electron g

**value**2 . 00 when the results are interpreted interms the usual resonance relation ( 9 . 24 ) : ( 10 . 23 ) w = ( ge / 2mc ) H . It has

been ...

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... 122 table , 240 in antiferroelectrics , 132 Meissner effect , 202 Lorenz number ,

definition , 245 Melting points of metals ,

2 , 6 Loss angle , 110 Metals , cohesive energy ,

... 122 table , 240 in antiferroelectrics , 132 Meissner effect , 202 Lorenz number ,

definition , 245 Melting points of metals ,

**values**of , 57 table , 246 Metallic bond ,2 , 6 Loss angle , 110 Metals , cohesive energy ,

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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