## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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A shear

shear

CRYSTALS By considering the forces acting on an element of volume in the

crystal we ...

A shear

**wave**propagates along a cube axis with velocity ( C44 / p ) " , while ashear

**wave**with particle motion along a 170 ... ELASTIC**WAVES**IN CUBICCRYSTALS By considering the forces acting on an element of volume in the

crystal we ...

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There is also a solution given by a shear

particle motion in the x direction . In general there are three types of

for a given direction of propagation in the crystal , but only for a few special ...

There is also a solution given by a shear

**wave**moving in the z direction withparticle motion in the x direction . In general there are three types of

**wave**motionfor a given direction of propagation in the crystal , but only for a few special ...

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where B is the amplitude ; 10 we suppose that r is sufficiently far from ro so that in

the vicinity of r the scattered

direction k . The amplitude B will be proportional to the strength of the incident

where B is the amplitude ; 10 we suppose that r is sufficiently far from ro so that in

the vicinity of r the scattered

**wave**may ' be treated as a plane**wave**in thedirection k . The amplitude B will be proportional to the strength of the incident

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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