## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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theory predicts the lattice contribution to the molar

volume - - "..) (6.10) C, - ( 6T /, of a solid should be, for a mole of atoms, (6.11) C, -

3R = 6 calories/deg mole. This value, which is known as the Dulong and Petit

value, ...

theory predicts the lattice contribution to the molar

**heat capacity**at constantvolume - - "..) (6.10) C, - ( 6T /, of a solid should be, for a mole of atoms, (6.11) C, -

3R = 6 calories/deg mole. This value, which is known as the Dulong and Petit

value, ...

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If the conduction electrons behaved as free classical particles, they would make a

contribution U.1 = #Nk to the

electrons per unit volume. That is, one would be led to expect (for T × 0) a total ...

If the conduction electrons behaved as free classical particles, they would make a

contribution U.1 = #Nk to the

**heat capacity**, where N is the number of conductionelectrons per unit volume. That is, one would be led to expect (for T × 0) a total ...

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Wexler.] the temperature dependence of the conduction electron

actually linear in T for most metals; however, the coefficient Y may have values ...

**Heat capacity**of metallic silver. [According to Corak, Garfunkel, Satterthwaite, andWexler.] the temperature dependence of the conduction electron

**heat capacity**isactually linear in T for most metals; however, the coefficient Y may have values ...

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