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(4.3) Figure 4.6 Three primitive vectors, specified in Eq. (4.3), for the body-

centered cubic Bravais lattice. The lattice is formed by taking all linear

combinations of the primitive vectors with integral coefficients. The point P, for

(4.3) Figure 4.6 Three primitive vectors, specified in Eq. (4.3), for the body-

centered cubic Bravais lattice. The lattice is formed by taking all linear

combinations of the primitive vectors with integral coefficients. The point P, for

**example**, is P = — a ...Page 112

For

only on the existence of three primitive direct lattice vectors a,, and not on any

special relations that may hold among them.1 The translational symmetries are

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For

**example**, the existence and basic properties of the reciprocal lattice dependonly on the existence of three primitive direct lattice vectors a,, and not on any

special relations that may hold among them.1 The translational symmetries are

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At the extreme right of the table are the column VIII elements, which afford the

best

crystallize in monatomic fee Bravais lattices. The electronic configuration of each

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At the extreme right of the table are the column VIII elements, which afford the

best

**example**of molecular solids. The solid noble gases (except for helium) allcrystallize in monatomic fee Bravais lattices. The electronic configuration of each

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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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