## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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12 + | l | */ GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg

equations determine the reflections (hkl) which are possible for a

lattice, but the relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the

contents of the ...

12 + | l | */ GEOMETRICAL STRUCTURE FACTOR The Laue and Bragg

equations determine the reflections (hkl) which are possible for a

**given**crystallattice, but the relative intensities of the various reflections depend on the

contents of the ...

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c 11 —, -H C44 V → -H → p0 11 64% 44 dy” Öz” 6°r 0°w ) C C - - - - - - + (c12 + "(.

.., to One solution is

r cube edge; from (4.25) -w"po - – k"c. 1, so that the velocity is (4.26) w = w/k ...

c 11 —, -H C44 V → -H → p0 11 64% 44 dy” Öz” 6°r 0°w ) C C - - - - - - + (c12 + "(.

.., to One solution is

**given**by a longitudinal wave, 74 = ocio-ko, moving along ther cube edge; from (4.25) -w"po - – k"c. 1, so that the velocity is (4.26) w = w/k ...

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Representative values of E+ are

frequency v4 as (17.19) wi = vole-or", it is found that vol has a value close to 10”

secT' for NaCl and KCl. One expects atomic vibrational frequencies to be of this

order ...

Representative values of E+ are

**given**in Table 17.1. If we express the jumpfrequency v4 as (17.19) wi = vole-or", it is found that vol has a value close to 10”

secT' for NaCl and KCl. One expects atomic vibrational frequencies to be of this

order ...

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