## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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The classical distribution is a good approximation to the true state of affairs only

when the average spacing between

Broglie wavelength (10.24) calculated using the thermal velocity of the

The classical distribution is a good approximation to the true state of affairs only

when the average spacing between

**particles**is large in comparison with the deBroglie wavelength (10.24) calculated using the thermal velocity of the

**particles**.Page 424

sufficiently small

a single domain is a result of domain theory which has been confirmed by

experiment. It can be shown” that with such very small

...

sufficiently small

**particle**, with diameter less than 10 * or 10T" cm, is composed ofa single domain is a result of domain theory which has been confirmed by

experiment. It can be shown” that with such very small

**particles**the formation of a...

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This process is followed in the hardening of steel, where

are precipitated into iron, and in hardening aluminum, where

are precipitated. If L is the mean spacing of

This process is followed in the hardening of steel, where

**particles**of iron carbideare precipitated into iron, and in hardening aluminum, where

**particles**of Al2Cuare precipitated. If L is the mean spacing of

**particles**on a slip plane, the stress ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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