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where at, a2, and a, are any three vectors not all in the same plane, and Ģi. n2,

and n3 range through all integral ... The vectors a, appearing in definition (b) of a

Bravais lattice are called

where at, a2, and a, are any three vectors not all in the same plane, and Ģi. n2,

and n3 range through all integral ... The vectors a, appearing in definition (b) of a

Bravais lattice are called

**primitive vectors**and are said to generate or span the ...Page 72

It also follows from the definition of a

cells of arbitrary shape, it is possible to cut the first up into pieces, which, when

translated through appropriate lattice

It also follows from the definition of a

**primitive**cell that, given any two**primitive**cells of arbitrary shape, it is possible to cut the first up into pieces, which, when

translated through appropriate lattice

**vectors**, can be reassembled to give the ...Page 88

IMPORTANT EXAMPLES The simple cubic Bravais lattice, with cubic primitive

cell of side a, has as its reciprocal a simple cubic lattice with cubic primitive ...

This can be seen by applying the construction (5.3) to the fee

4.5).

IMPORTANT EXAMPLES The simple cubic Bravais lattice, with cubic primitive

cell of side a, has as its reciprocal a simple cubic lattice with cubic primitive ...

This can be seen by applying the construction (5.3) to the fee

**primitive vectors**(4.5).

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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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