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Several values of the linear expansion

6.7 . LINEAR

TEMPERATURE le 1 , ( 1 + Bt ) 106 XB 106 XB Substance ( per deg C )

Substance ( per ...

Several values of the linear expansion

**coefficient**are given in Table 6.7 Table6.7 . LINEAR

**COEFFICIENTS**OF THERMAL EXPANSION NEAR RoomTEMPERATURE le 1 , ( 1 + Bt ) 106 XB 106 XB Substance ( per deg C )

Substance ( per ...

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On this argument we should expect the thermal expansion

rather abruptly as the temperature drops below the characteristic temperature of

the oscillator and to go to zero as T 0 ° K ; this is indeed the observed ...

On this argument we should expect the thermal expansion

**coefficient**to decreaserather abruptly as the temperature drops below the characteristic temperature of

the oscillator and to go to zero as T 0 ° K ; this is indeed the observed ...

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V . Now the linear expansion

/ aV ) t ( K / 3 ) ( ap / at ) , = Ky ( ' , / 31 " , where K is now the compressibility .

V . Now the linear expansion

**coefficient**B is one - third of the volume expansion**coefficient**, so that ( 6.73 ) B = ( 1 / 3V ) ( aV / aT ' ) p = - ( 1 / 3V ) ( ap / aT ) v / ( ap/ aV ) t ( K / 3 ) ( ap / at ) , = Ky ( ' , / 31 " , where K is now the compressibility .

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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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