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However, one can deduce many properties of the band structure of the periodic

potential U by appealing only to very general properties of t and r. Because v is

even, \pr(x) = ipd - x) is also a

...

However, one can deduce many properties of the band structure of the periodic

potential U by appealing only to very general properties of t and r. Because v is

even, \pr(x) = ipd - x) is also a

**solution**to the Schrodinger equation with energy 6...

Page 676

(32.7) If «/'o(>") and ^t(r) are the two

energies 60 < 6i, then the symmetric

two-electron Schrodinger equation (32.5) is W*i.r2)= Wr.lW'i). £S = 2E0, (32.8)

and ...

(32.7) If «/'o(>") and ^t(r) are the two

**solutions**to (32.7) of lowest energy, withenergies 60 < 6i, then the symmetric

**solution**of lowest energy to the approximatetwo-electron Schrodinger equation (32.5) is W*i.r2)= Wr.lW'i). £S = 2E0, (32.8)

and ...

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If we nevertheless make the mean field approximation, then the magnetization

density is given by the

magnetization density in the field H at temperature T, calculated in the absence of

magnetic ...

If we nevertheless make the mean field approximation, then the magnetization

density is given by the

**solution**to M = M0 W.i (33.59) where M0 is themagnetization density in the field H at temperature T, calculated in the absence of

magnetic ...

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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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