## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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For the same nearest neighbor distance the cesium chloride structure has a

slightly (~1%) higher Coulomb

value of the Madelung constant a is higher for cesium chloride; however, each

ion ...

For the same nearest neighbor distance the cesium chloride structure has a

slightly (~1%) higher Coulomb

**energy**than the sodium chloride structure, as thevalue of the Madelung constant a is higher for cesium chloride; however, each

ion ...

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(a) Show for a simple square lattice (two dimensions) that the kinetic

free electron at a corner of the first zone is higher than that of an electron at the

midpoint of a side face of the zone by a factor of 2. (b) What is the corresponding

...

(a) Show for a simple square lattice (two dimensions) that the kinetic

**energy**of afree electron at a corner of the first zone is higher than that of an electron at the

midpoint of a side face of the zone by a factor of 2. (b) What is the corresponding

...

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Since the exchange

15.37), the wall might spread out until it filled a sizable proportion of the crystal,

were it not for the restraining effect of the anisotropy

the ...

Since the exchange

**energy**of a wall is inversely proportional to the thickness (15.37), the wall might spread out until it filled a sizable proportion of the crystal,

were it not for the restraining effect of the anisotropy

**energy**, which acts to limitthe ...

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