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**calculations**are given in Table 10.1 . TABLE 10.1 . CONDUCTIVITY DATA FOR METALS AT 0 ° C One free electron per atom is assumed : A is**calculated**by using Eq . ( 10.17 ) ; values after Mott and Jones ...Page 266

**Calculated**values are also given in the table , using effective masses m * . The concept of an effective mass is discussed in the next chapter . Table 10.6 . ULTRAVIOLET TRANSMISSION OF ALKALIS Li Na K Rb Cs lo (**calculated**...Page 301

We note that , if E = E. - 1 ( ho / 2m * ) k , then hon = – hk / m * and m * in + 8

We note that , if E = E. - 1 ( ho / 2m * ) k , then hon = – hk / m * and m * in + 8

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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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