## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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That is, each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

typical examples of the tetrahedral covalent bond. The diamond structure is

loosely ...

That is, each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

**nearest neighbor**atoms. Diamond (Figs. 1.27 and 1.28) and methane, CH4, aretypical examples of the tetrahedral covalent bond. The diamond structure is

loosely ...

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As the number of

is eight; the coordination number of the sodium chloride lattice is six. For the

same

%) ...

As the number of

**nearest neighbors**is eight, we say that the coordination numberis eight; the coordination number of the sodium chloride lattice is six. For the

same

**nearest neighbor**distance the cesium chloride structure has a slightly (~1%) ...

Page 97

If a is the

homogeneous pure strain Noa” N3a* 4 U = 2 (e.” + ev,” + e...") + (ey.” + e...” + ero)

, where N is the atomic concentration. On comparison with (4.22) we see that our

...

If a is the

**nearest neighbor**distance, we may write for the energy density for ahomogeneous pure strain Noa” N3a* 4 U = 2 (e.” + ev,” + e...") + (ey.” + e...” + ero)

, where N is the atomic concentration. On comparison with (4.22) we see that our

...

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