## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The

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

interactions. The

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 be lessthan it ...

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The Meissner effect contradicts this result and suggests that perfect

diamagnetism and

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

1933).

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Consider for example (H.5) (Ux\eV\Uy) = / xy\f(r)\*\Ax2 + By2 - (A + B)z2) dxdydz;

the integrand is an odd function of x (and also of y) and therefore the integral

must be

...

Consider for example (H.5) (Ux\eV\Uy) = / xy\f(r)\*\Ax2 + By2 - (A + B)z2) dxdydz;

the integrand is an odd function of x (and also of y) and therefore the integral

must be

**zero**. The energy levels are then given by the diagonal matrix elements:...

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LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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