## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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REVIEW OF CIASSICAL 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 #kT per degree of

freedom; ...

REVIEW OF CIASSICAL 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 #kT per degree of

freedom; ...

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The correct quantum-mechanical

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 cavity ...

The correct quantum-mechanical

**result**is larger than this by the factor . 7.2. In thelocal 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 cavity ...

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

using (10.10), we have the important

is defined as the reciprocal of the conductivity, we have (10.13) p = 1/q = m/Ne'r.

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

using (10.10), we have the important

**result**(10.12) a = Neor/m. As the resistivity pis defined as the reciprocal of the conductivity, we have (10.13) p = 1/q = m/Ne'r.

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