## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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(a) The three planes of symmetry parallel to the faces of a

diagonal planes of symmetry in a

Crystal axes. CoNVENTIONAL UNIt CELLs Number Lengths of.

the ...

(a) The three planes of symmetry parallel to the faces of a

**cube**. (b) The sixdiagonal planes of symmetry in a

**cube**. (c) One of the tetrad axes of a Fig. 1.10.Crystal axes. CoNVENTIONAL UNIt CELLs Number Lengths of.

**cube**. (d) One ofthe ...

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We obtain in the sodium chloride structure nearly neutral groups by considering

the charges on

be treated as shared between two cells, on edges between four cells, and on ...

We obtain in the sodium chloride structure nearly neutral groups by considering

the charges on

**cubes**, with the understanding that charges on**cube**faces are tobe treated as shared between two cells, on edges between four cells, and on ...

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ENERGY DENSITY We calculate the increment of work 6W done by the stress

system in straining a small

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ENERGY DENSITY We calculate the increment of work 6W done by the stress

system in straining a small

**cube**of side L, with the origin at one corner of the**cube**and the coordinate axes parallel to the**cube**edges. We have (4.15) 6W = F- 39 ...

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