## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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A shear wave propagates along a cube axis with

wave with particle motion along a 110 direction propagates along a 110 direction

with

A shear wave propagates along a cube axis with

**velocity**(c44/p)M, while a shearwave with particle motion along a 110 direction propagates along a 110 direction

with

**velocity**[(cn — ci%)/2p^i. The first two results are derived below, and the ...Page 82

In this form the equation may be interpreted very simply: C(Ti — T%) is the

excess energy density at one end of the specimen with respect to the other end;

this excess is propagated down the specimen with an effective transport

which ...

In this form the equation may be interpreted very simply: C(Ti — T%) is the

excess energy density at one end of the specimen with respect to the other end;

this excess is propagated down the specimen with an effective transport

**velocity**which ...

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(b) Write down the integral expression for the flux of electrons escaping with an x

component of

those with a 2 component of

(b) Write down the integral expression for the flux of electrons escaping with an x

component of

**velocity**between vx and vz + dvx after escape. (c) Similarly forthose with a 2 component of

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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