## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen, we may, according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory, calculate the field of the specimen as equal to the field of a

If we are far enough away from the individual dipoles of a uniformly polarized

specimen, we may, according to an elementary transformation occurring in

electrostatic theory, calculate the field of the specimen as equal to the field of a

**surface**...Page 326

Jones pointed out that the observed limit of the a phase (fee) occurs very close to

the electron concentration of 1.36 for which the inscribed Fermi sphere makes

contact with the Brillouin zone

Jones pointed out that the observed limit of the a phase (fee) occurs very close to

the electron concentration of 1.36 for which the inscribed Fermi sphere makes

contact with the Brillouin zone

**surface**for the fee lattice. The observed electron ...Page 367

The emission of radiation accompanying minority carrier injection has been

observed experimentally. l2,1* It has been found that recombination occurs both

in the volume and on the

composed of ...

The emission of radiation accompanying minority carrier injection has been

observed experimentally. l2,1* It has been found that recombination occurs both

in the volume and on the

**surface**of the crystal. The observed lifetime r iscomposed of ...

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### Contents

DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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