## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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It should be emphasized that the Bragg

periodicity of the structure, and the

composition or arrangement of the atoms associated with the reflecting planes.

The latter ...

It should be emphasized that the Bragg

**equation**results from the fundamentalperiodicity of the structure, and the

**equation**does not refer to the actualcomposition or arrangement of the atoms associated with the reflecting planes.

The latter ...

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which the potential energy V(r) of the electron is a function of the position r. In this

which is constant. The function W is the wave function or eigenfunction, and has

the ...

which the potential energy V(r) of the electron is a function of the position r. In this

**equation**• 0° - 6° , 6°. W* = Ör” + ŕy” + 02” h = h/21; and E is the total energy,which is constant. The function W is the wave function or eigenfunction, and has

the ...

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... 316 Junction rectification, 389 Kirkendall effect, 490 Kronig-Penney model, 280

KRS-5, 114 Landé g factor, 215 Langevin-Debye

diamagnetism,

paramagnetism, ...

... 316 Junction rectification, 389 Kirkendall effect, 490 Kronig-Penney model, 280

KRS-5, 114 Landé g factor, 215 Langevin-Debye

**equation**, 171 Langevindiamagnetism,

**equation**, 207 Langevin function, 170, 213 | Langevinparamagnetism, ...

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