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Roy. Soc. (London) A202, 103 (1950)].

11.1) and the Kronig-Penney problem, that the energy discontinuities in the

monatomic one-dimensional lattice occur when the wave number satisfies (11.93

) k ...

Roy. Soc. (London) A202, 103 (1950)].

**BRILLOUIN ZONES**We have seen, from (11.1) and the Kronig-Penney problem, that the energy discontinuities in the

monatomic one-dimensional lattice occur when the wave number satisfies (11.93

) k ...

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We are therefore led to consider the second

Fig. 12.1. First and second

structure. There is no discontinuity in energy across the top and bottom faces of

the first ...

We are therefore led to consider the second

**Brillouin zone**. The second (a) (b)Fig. 12.1. First and second

**Brillouin zones**for the hexagonal close-packedstructure. There is no discontinuity in energy across the top and bottom faces of

the first ...

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The observed electron concentration of the 3 phase (bcc) is close to the

concentration 1.48 for which the inscribed Fermi sphere makes contact with the

zone ...

The observed electron concentration of the 3 phase (bcc) is close to the

concentration 1.48 for which the inscribed Fermi sphere makes contact with the

**Brillouin zone**surface for the bec lattice. Contact of the Fermisphere with thezone ...

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