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This is a direct consequence of the semiclassical analogue of Liouville's theorem,

which asserts the following:17 Given any region of six-dimensional

fl„ consider the point r', k' into which each point r, k in Q, is taken by the ...

This is a direct consequence of the semiclassical analogue of Liouville's theorem,

which asserts the following:17 Given any region of six-dimensional

**phase**spacefl„ consider the point r', k' into which each point r, k in Q, is taken by the ...

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Table 15.1 THE MONOVALENT METALS * The Fermi surface of lithium is not

well known because it has a so-called martensitic transformation to a mixture of

crystalline

high ...

Table 15.1 THE MONOVALENT METALS * The Fermi surface of lithium is not

well known because it has a so-called martensitic transformation to a mixture of

crystalline

**phases**at 77 K. Thus the bcc**phase**only exists at temperatures toohigh ...

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The

plane is given by the critical field curve, HJ^T) (Figure 34.3). (a) Deduce, from the

fact that G is continuous across the

The

**phase**boundary between the superconducting and normal states in the H- Tplane is given by the critical field curve, HJ^T) (Figure 34.3). (a) Deduce, from the

fact that G is continuous across the

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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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