## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Rotation axis: X Rotation-inversion axis: X - - - - - X Rotation axis with mirror

plane

Rotation axis with mirror plane (planes) parallel to it: Xm Rotation-inversion axis

with ...

Rotation axis: X Rotation-inversion axis: X - - - - - X Rotation axis with mirror

plane

**normal**to it: X/m or m Rotation axis with diad axis (axes)**normal**to it: X2Rotation axis with mirror plane (planes) parallel to it: Xm Rotation-inversion axis

with ...

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This is just the usual eddy current result. The superconducting properties of the

material may be involved only through a change in the number of

conduction electrons, which enters into a . At these frequencies had X kTc, and

electrons ...

This is just the usual eddy current result. The superconducting properties of the

material may be involved only through a change in the number of

**normal**conduction electrons, which enters into a . At these frequencies had X kTc, and

electrons ...

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When this situation occurs we can avoid having the whole sphere become

the effective shape of the superconducting material will then become something

like a ...

When this situation occurs we can avoid having the whole sphere become

**normal**by having the material around the equator of the sphere become**normal**;the effective shape of the superconducting material will then become something

like a ...

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