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problem , that the energy discontinuities in the monatomic one - dimensional

lattice occur when the wave number satisfies ( 11.93 ) k = ni / a , where n is any

positive or ...

**BRILLOUIN ZONES**We have seen , from ( 11.1 ) and the Kronig - Penneyproblem , that the energy discontinuities in the monatomic one - dimensional

lattice occur when the wave number satisfies ( 11.93 ) k = ni / a , where n is any

positive or ...

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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 ...

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 ...

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

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

**Brillouin zone**surface for the bcc lattice . Contact of the Fermi sphere with thezone ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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