## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The

the interaction of the magnetic moments with each other , or by nuclear

interactions . The

less than it ...

The

**zero**field splitting may be caused by electrostatic effects ( Appendix H ) , bythe interaction of the magnetic moments with each other , or by nuclear

interactions . The

**zero**field splitting causes the entropy at T2 in Fig . 9 . 5 to beless than it ...

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The Meissner effect contradicts this result and suggests that perfect

diamagnetism and

superconducting state . 2 W . Meissner and R . Ochsenfeld , Naturwiss . 21 , 787 (

1933 ) .

The Meissner effect contradicts this result and suggests that perfect

diamagnetism and

**zero**resistivity are two independent essential properties of thesuperconducting state . 2 W . Meissner and R . Ochsenfeld , Naturwiss . 21 , 787 (

1933 ) .

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maximum spin component in quantum theory is S , whereas the magnitude of the

spin is ( SCS + 1 ) ] * The transverse spin components appear in spin wave

theory as a

THEOREM ...

maximum spin component in quantum theory is S , whereas the magnitude of the

spin is ( SCS + 1 ) ] * The transverse spin components appear in spin wave

theory as a

**zero**- point motion of the spin wave system . K . THE BLOCHTHEOREM ...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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