## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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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) u = (ge/2mc)H. It has been

shown,14 ...

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) u = (ge/2mc)H. It has been

shown,14 ...

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We therefore expect the transition metals to have

high electronic heat capacities and high magnetic susceptibilities. The observed

...

We therefore expect the transition metals to have

**values**of m*/m 1, and to havehigh electronic heat capacities and high magnetic susceptibilities. The observed

**values**are in agreement with this idea. Reference to Table 12.1 shows that many...

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... adiabatic demagnetization, 149 Luminescence, 315 M-centers, 313 Madelung

constant, 31, 32, 347

of alloys, 197 Magnetic susceptibility, antiferromag- netism, 191, 198 definition, ...

... adiabatic demagnetization, 149 Luminescence, 315 M-centers, 313 Madelung

constant, 31, 32, 347

**values**of, 35 Magnetic energy, 174, 355 Magnetic momentsof alloys, 197 Magnetic susceptibility, antiferromag- netism, 191, 198 definition, ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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