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REVIEW OF CLASSICAL STATISTICAL MECHANICS The elementary

which we remember from the theory of the ideal gas and from classical statistics

is that the average energy of a classical system is equal to škT per degree of

freedom ...

REVIEW OF CLASSICAL STATISTICAL MECHANICS The elementary

**result**which we remember from the theory of the ideal gas and from classical statistics

is that the average energy of a classical system is equal to škT per degree of

freedom ...

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The correct quantum - mechanical

the local field problem the cavity need not be chosen as spherical , but may be of

any shape possessing at least cubic symmetry . We may for example take the ...

The correct quantum - mechanical

**result**is larger than this by the factor 9 . 7.2 . Inthe local field problem the cavity need not be chosen as spherical , but may be of

any shape possessing at least cubic symmetry . We may for example take the ...

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The electrical conductivity o is defined by the relation ( 10.11 ) j = oE , and so ,

using ( 10.10 ) , we have the important

p is defined as the reciprocal of the conductivity , o we have ( 10.13 ) 1/0 m / Ne ?

The electrical conductivity o is defined by the relation ( 10.11 ) j = oE , and so ,

using ( 10.10 ) , we have the important

**result**( 10.12 ) Neʼr / m . As the resistivityp is defined as the reciprocal of the conductivity , o we have ( 10.13 ) 1/0 m / Ne ?

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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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