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Thus the relation ( 4.29 ) is the condition that the crystal should be elastically isotropic ; that is , that waves should propagate in all directions with

Thus the relation ( 4.29 ) is the condition that the crystal should be elastically isotropic ; that is , that waves should propagate in all directions with

**equal**velocities . However , the longitudinal wave velocity is not necessarily ...Page 180

Note : If the applied field is in the x direction , then the x component of the field of the nucleus at the displaced position of the electron orbit must be

Note : If the applied field is in the x direction , then the x component of the field of the nucleus at the displaced position of the electron orbit must be

**equal**to the applied field . The correct quantum - mechanical result is larger ...Page 341

If there are N atoms A and N atoms B in the alloy , the long range order parameter S is defined so that the number of A's on lattice a is

If there are N atoms A and N atoms B in the alloy , the long range order parameter S is defined so that the number of A's on lattice a is

**equal**to * ( 1 + S ) N . When S +1 , the order is perfect and each lattice contains only one type ...### 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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