## Solid State PhysicsThis book provides an introduction to the field of solid state physics for undergraduate students in physics, chemistry, engineering, and materials science. |

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79 ) ( h ) As a concrete example , one often

( x ) , where 8 ( x ) is the Dirac delta function ( a special case of ... ( b )

band in which , for sufficiently small k , E , ( k ) = Ep + ( h2 / 2 ) ( k 2 / mx + k , ?

79 ) ( h ) As a concrete example , one often

**considers**the case in which v ( x ) = g( x ) , where 8 ( x ) is the Dirac delta function ( a special case of ... ( b )

**Consider**aband in which , for sufficiently small k , E , ( k ) = Ep + ( h2 / 2 ) ( k 2 / mx + k , ?

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We can derive the continuum theory of elasticity from the theory of lattice

vibrations , by

We only

to cell .

We can derive the continuum theory of elasticity from the theory of lattice

vibrations , by

**considering**only lattice deformations that vary slowly ... 69 ) * RRWe only

**consider**displacements u ( R ) that have a very slight variation from cellto cell .

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from the deformation of their electronic shells by the field . We begin by ignoring

the atomic polarization ( rigid - ion approximation ) . To simplify the discussion we

also

from the deformation of their electronic shells by the field . We begin by ignoring

the atomic polarization ( rigid - ion approximation ) . To simplify the discussion we

also

**consider**only crystals with two ions per primitive cell , of charges e and - e .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

The Drude Theory of Metals | 1 |

Free electron densities and ra | 5 |

Thermal conductivities | 21 |

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