## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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11.2(a) we have indicated the general nature of the variation of the electrostatic

monatomic linear lattice. We expect the ion cores to bear a positive charge, as V,

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11.2(a) we have indicated the general nature of the variation of the electrostatic

**potential**energy of a conduction electron in the field of the positive ion cores of amonatomic linear lattice. We expect the ion cores to bear a positive charge, as V,

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The problem is to calculate the electrostatic

the presence of all the other ions in the crystal. We shall consider a lattice made

up of ions with positive or negative charges and shall assume that the ions are ...

The problem is to calculate the electrostatic

**potential**experienced by one ion inthe presence of all the other ions in the crystal. We shall consider a lattice made

up of ions with positive or negative charges and shall assume that the ions are ...

Page 574

The

... s. p(r) dr – s. "...] where the terms are from the point charge, from the part of the

Gaussian distribution lying inside a sphere of radius r about the lth ion point, ...

The

**potential**is due to three contributions from each ion point: 1 1 s r. ox, p(r) w|| -... s. p(r) dr – s. "...] where the terms are from the point charge, from the part of the

Gaussian distribution lying inside a sphere of radius r about the lth ion point, ...

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