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Elastic waves in cubic crystals. Elastic isotropy. Cauchy relations. Lattice

of elastic coefficients. Calculations for metals. • LATTICE WIBRATIONS Vibrations

of homogeneous line in one dimension. Wave motion on a line of similar atoms.

Elastic waves in cubic crystals. Elastic isotropy. Cauchy relations. Lattice

**theory**of elastic coefficients. Calculations for metals. • LATTICE WIBRATIONS Vibrations

of homogeneous line in one dimension. Wave motion on a line of similar atoms.

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Estimate r for sodium at room temperature, using the observed conductivity.

10.10.* Apply the Boltzmann transport equation to the free electron

thermoelectric effects, following the treatment in the book by Seitz listed in the

references.

Estimate r for sodium at room temperature, using the observed conductivity.

10.10.* Apply the Boltzmann transport equation to the free electron

**theory**ofthermoelectric effects, following the treatment in the book by Seitz listed in the

references.

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This situation represented a famous unsolved problem until clarified by band

charges. We shall see that on band

otherwise ...

This situation represented a famous unsolved problem until clarified by band

**theory**. A positive Hall constant implies that the current is carried by positivecharges. We shall see that on band

**theory**vacant states near the top of anotherwise ...

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