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In the spirit of the Debye approximation we may suppose that the

In the spirit of the Debye approximation we may suppose that the

**dependence**of Fp on the volume V is adequately described by specifying the**dependence**of the Debye temperature on V. Thus , 26 Low temperature measurements on fused quartz ...Page 284

We can broaden the scope of the treatment by observing that the really important part of the result is the quadratic

We can broaden the scope of the treatment by observing that the really important part of the result is the quadratic

**dependence**of the energy on the wave vector . We can carry over all the results even if the constant of proportionality ...Page 304

The values of the conductivity for T » calculated in this way from ( 11.89 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the correct temperature

The values of the conductivity for T » calculated in this way from ( 11.89 ) are of the correct order of magnitude for monovalent metals and have the correct temperature

**dependence**. The extension of the theory to the region T « is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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