## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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A convenient way of choosing the unit cell is to choose an origin 0 and from it

draw the various

perpendicular to it . The region of space which can be reached from 0 without ...

A convenient way of choosing the unit cell is to choose an origin 0 and from it

draw the various

**vectors**nia + n2b + nzc and then bisect each**vector**with a planeperpendicular to it . The region of space which can be reached from 0 without ...

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Consider a crystal in the form of a cube of side L containing an edge dislocation

of Burgers

and lower faces in the direction of slip , show by considering energy balance that

...

Consider a crystal in the form of a cube of side L containing an edge dislocation

of Burgers

**vector**d . If the crystal is subjected to a shear stress o on the upperand lower faces in the direction of slip , show by considering energy balance that

...

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[ b X c ] Similar expressions obtain for the other

reciprocal ... ( ii ) The length of the

spacing of the planes ( hkl ) of the crystal lattice . As proof we note that ( a / h ) – (

b / k ) ...

[ b X c ] Similar expressions obtain for the other

**vectors**. The properties of thereciprocal ... ( ii ) The length of the

**vector**r * ( hkl ) is equal to the reciprocal of thespacing of the planes ( hkl ) of the crystal lattice . As proof we note that ( a / h ) – (

b / k ) ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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