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This means (Figure 9.2a) that q must lie on the

bisecting the line joining the origin of k space to the reciprocal lattice point K. The

assertion S K only for K' = K requires that q lie only on this

that ...

This means (Figure 9.2a) that q must lie on the

**Bragg plane**(see Chapter 6)bisecting the line joining the origin of k space to the reciprocal lattice point K. The

assertion S K only for K' = K requires that q lie only on this

**Bragg plane**, and onthat ...

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When UK = 0, as k crosses a

the lower root of (9.26) to the upper, as illustrated in Figure 9.4b. When UK # 0,

this is no longer so. The energy only changes continuously with k, as the Bragg ...

When UK = 0, as k crosses a

**Bragg plane**the energy changes continuously fromthe lower root of (9.26) to the upper, as illustrated in Figure 9.4b. When UK # 0,

this is no longer so. The energy only changes continuously with k, as the Bragg ...

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Since

lattice, one can equally well define the first zone as the set of points that can be

reached from the origin without crossing any

Since

**Bragg planes**bisect the lines joining the origin to points of the reciprocallattice, one can equally well define the first zone as the set of points that can be

reached from the origin without crossing any

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### Contents

The Dmle Theory of Metals | 1 |

The Sommerfeld Theory of Metals | 29 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

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