## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The cube faces of a cubic crystal are (100); (010); (001); (100); (010); and (001).

Planes equivalent by symmetry are denoted by curly brackets (braces) around

Miller indices; the cube faces are {100}. The indices of a

...

The cube faces of a cubic crystal are (100); (010); (001); (100); (010); and (001).

Planes equivalent by symmetry are denoted by curly brackets (braces) around

Miller indices; the cube faces are {100}. The indices of a

**direction**in a crystal are...

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A cubic crystal is subject to tension in the [100

Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio in terms of the elastic compliances or

stiffnesses. 4.5. Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear wave moving

along a ...

A cubic crystal is subject to tension in the [100

**direction**. Find expressions forYoung's modulus and Poisson's ratio in terms of the elastic compliances or

stiffnesses. 4.5. Show that the velocity of propagation of a shear wave moving

along a ...

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It is found experimentally to require the expenditure of a certain, and often

considerable, amount of energy to magnetize a crystal to saturation in a hard

easy ...

It is found experimentally to require the expenditure of a certain, and often

considerable, amount of energy to magnetize a crystal to saturation in a hard

**direction**, referred to the lower energy required to saturate along a**direction**ofeasy ...

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