## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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sults

the incident and scattered wave directions, the path difference between the two

scattered waves is (2.2) P2A – P1B = r. so — r , s = r. (so – s). The vector so – s =

S ...

sults

**tion**0Ills will d to soil. are a # th r If P2A and P1B are the projections of r onthe incident and scattered wave directions, the path difference between the two

scattered waves is (2.2) P2A – P1B = r. so — r , s = r. (so – s). The vector so – s =

S ...

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= 4r Np"/3kT. It is easily seen that this expression, which is derived in Appendix C

, does not give a critical point. Further discussion of the problem would lead us ...

**tion**is neglected, the Onsager model gives (7.32) e = }{1 + 3r + 3(1 + #4 + 2*)”], a= 4r Np"/3kT. It is easily seen that this expression, which is derived in Appendix C

, does not give a critical point. Further discussion of the problem would lead us ...

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Another view of a screw

vertical - - ine which marks the dislocation is in Figs. 19.7 and 19.8. It marks a

surrounded by strained material. boundary between slipped and unslipped

crystal.

Another view of a screw

**tion**is the screw dislocation, sketched o The brokenvertical - - ine which marks the dislocation is in Figs. 19.7 and 19.8. It marks a

surrounded by strained material. boundary between slipped and unslipped

crystal.

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