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The precession of the electron

9.2 ) I = - ( Ze ) ( eH2mc ) 200 , in electromagnetic units . As the magnetic moment

u of a current loop is given by the product of the current by the area of the loop ...

The precession of the electron

**distribution**is equivalent to diamagnetic current (9.2 ) I = - ( Ze ) ( eH2mc ) 200 , in electromagnetic units . As the magnetic moment

u of a current loop is given by the product of the current by the area of the loop ...

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is very unlikely that an electron in this

temperature if it lies more than 0.1 ev below the l'ermi level , as the states within

an energy range of kТ of such an electron are almost entirely filled , and it is

generally not ...

is very unlikely that an electron in this

**distribution**will be excited at roomtemperature if it lies more than 0.1 ev below the l'ermi level , as the states within

an energy range of kТ of such an electron are almost entirely filled , and it is

generally not ...

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EFFECT OF FERMI - DIRAC

CONDUCTIVITY It is a somewhat surprising fact that the introduction of the

FermiDirac

usually has little ...

EFFECT OF FERMI - DIRAC

**DISTRIBUTION**ON THE ELECTRICALCONDUCTIVITY It is a somewhat surprising fact that the introduction of the

FermiDirac

**distribution**in place of the classical Maxwell - Boltzmann**distribution**usually has little ...

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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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