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We sometimes wish to know the number of modes per unit

We sometimes wish to know the number of modes per unit

**range**of k . We shall denote this quantity by w ( k ) ; it is sometimes called the density of states in k - space . For our one - dimensional line there is one mode for each ...Page 338

To be more precise , the transition temperature marks the disappearance of long

To be more precise , the transition temperature marks the disappearance of long

**range**order over many interatomic distances , but some short**range**1 Order T. Absolute temperature Fig . 12.24 . Long**range**( S ) and short**range**( o ) ...Page 343

1 S This transcendental equation for S may be solved graphically , and it 1.0 Long

1 S This transcendental equation for S may be solved graphically , and it 1.0 Long

**range**order $ 0 . 1.0 0.5 T / Tc Fig . 12.28 . Long**range**order S vs. temperature for an AB alloy . gives the smoothly decreasing curve shown in Fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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