## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The

rather tedious, and instead we shall treat fairly completely the theory of crystals in

two dimensions, with a

in ...

The

**discussion**of the symmetry of crystals in three dimensions can becomerather tedious, and instead we shall treat fairly completely the theory of crystals in

two dimensions, with a

**discussion**of only a few important examples of structuresin ...

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diffraction from the standpoint of the observed diffraction patterns (see for

example, C. G. Shull and E. O. Wollan, Science 108, 69 (1948)). 2.6,

several of ...

**Discuss**the major experimental differences between x-ray, electron, and neutrondiffraction from the standpoint of the observed diffraction patterns (see for

example, C. G. Shull and E. O. Wollan, Science 108, 69 (1948)). 2.6,

**Discuss**several of ...

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has given an elegant

solutions of polar molecules in non-polar solvents; his central result is that the

orientational part of the polarizability depends on frequency as (7.35) o: = ---,

where t ...

has given an elegant

**discussion**of dielectric relaxation in polar liquids and insolutions of polar molecules in non-polar solvents; his central result is that the

orientational part of the polarizability depends on frequency as (7.35) o: = ---,

where t ...

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