## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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BRILLOUIN

Appendix L , that the energy discontinuities in ... The line segments are known as

Brillouin

BRILLOUIN

**ZONES**We have seen , from the Kronig - Penney problem and fromAppendix L , that the energy discontinuities in ... The line segments are known as

Brillouin

**zones**; the segment – a / a < k < a / a is the first Brillouin**zone**; the two ...Page 261

The outer boundary of the second

1 , obtaining the equations of the four ... A method of treating other lattices is

given in Appendix N , along with a brief mention of the

the ...

The outer boundary of the second

**zone**is determined by setting ni = + 1 , n2 = +1 , obtaining the equations of the four ... A method of treating other lattices is

given in Appendix N , along with a brief mention of the

**zone**theory explanation ofthe ...

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8 suggests that the electrons might begin to populate states in the second

or band before filling the corners of the first

free electron model , we find that the kinetic energy of an electron at a corner of ...

8 suggests that the electrons might begin to populate states in the second

**zone**or band before filling the corners of the first

**zone**. If we estimate energies on thefree electron model , we find that the kinetic energy of an electron at a corner of ...

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### Contents

LATTICE ENERGY OF IONIC CRYSTALS | 29 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 43 |

LATTICE VIBRATIONS | 60 |

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