## 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

plane 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**ni& + n2b + n3c and then bisect each**vector**with aplane perpendicular to it. The region of space which can be reached from 0

without ...

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Displace the material on one side of this surface by d relative to the other side; d

is a fixed

surface this relative displacement will either produce a gap or cause the two ...

Displace the material on one side of this surface by d relative to the other side; d

is a fixed

**vector**called the Burgers**vector**. In regions where d is not parallel to thesurface this relative displacement will either produce a gap or cause the two ...

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As proof we note that (a/h) — (b/k) is a

first result. Furthermore, if n is the unit normal to the plane, a . n/h is the

interplanar spacing, and, as n = r*/|r*|, d(hkl) = n . a/h = (r* . a)/fc|r*| = l/|r*|, using (

A.l) and ...

As proof we note that (a/h) — (b/k) is a

**vector**in the (hkl) plane. Then proving thefirst result. Furthermore, if n is the unit normal to the plane, a . n/h is the

interplanar spacing, and, as n = r*/|r*|, d(hkl) = n . a/h = (r* . a)/fc|r*| = l/|r*|, using (

A.l) and ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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