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Table 4.4 ELEMENTS WITH THE

STRUCTURE Underlying the hep structure is a simple

given by stacking two-dimensional triangular nets15 directly above each other ...

Table 4.4 ELEMENTS WITH THE

**HEXAGONAL**CLOSE-PACKED CRYSTALSTRUCTURE Underlying the hep structure is a simple

**hexagonal**Bravais lattice,given by stacking two-dimensional triangular nets15 directly above each other ...

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ia Although the trigonal point group is contained in the

the trigonal Bravais lattice cannot be ... point group because the trigonal Bravais

lattice can be viewed as simple

ia Although the trigonal point group is contained in the

**hexagonal**point group,the trigonal Bravais lattice cannot be ... point group because the trigonal Bravais

lattice can be viewed as simple

**hexagonal**with a three-point basis consisting of ...Page 811

77 and close-packed spheres, 78 elements with, 77 vs. face-centered cubic

Bravais lattice, 78 and nearly free electrons, 167-168, 299-300 spin-orbit

coupling in, 169, 299 structure factor, 109 See also Simple

lattice ...

77 and close-packed spheres, 78 elements with, 77 vs. face-centered cubic

Bravais lattice, 78 and nearly free electrons, 167-168, 299-300 spin-orbit

coupling in, 169, 299 structure factor, 109 See also Simple

**hexagonal**Bravaislattice ...

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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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