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Experimental determination of elastic constants . Elastic waves in cubic crystals .

Elastic isotropy . Cauchy relations . Lattice

Calculations for metals . 103 5 · LATTICE VIBRATIONS Vibrations of

homogeneous line ...

Experimental determination of elastic constants . Elastic waves in cubic crystals .

Elastic isotropy . Cauchy relations . Lattice

**theory**of elastic coefficients .Calculations for metals . 103 5 · LATTICE VIBRATIONS Vibrations of

homogeneous line ...

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234 10 · FREE ELECTRON MODEL OF METALS Electrical conductivity and

Ohm's law . Wiedemann - Franz ratio . Heat capacity of conduction electrons .

Paramagnetic susceptibility of conduction electrons . Quantum

particles in ...

234 10 · FREE ELECTRON MODEL OF METALS Electrical conductivity and

Ohm's law . Wiedemann - Franz ratio . Heat capacity of conduction electrons .

Paramagnetic susceptibility of conduction electrons . Quantum

**theory**of freeparticles in ...

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... using the observed conductivity . 10.10 . * Apply the Boltzmann transport

equation to the free electron

treatment in the book by Seitz listed in the references . REFERENCES R. Becker ,

Theorie ...

... using the observed conductivity . 10.10 . * Apply the Boltzmann transport

equation to the free electron

**theory**of thermoelectric effects , following thetreatment in the book by Seitz listed in the references . REFERENCES R. Becker ,

Theorie ...

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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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