## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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alkali halides. As displayed from upper left to lower right and reading across, the

units are: positive-ion

**Vacancies**and**vacancy**clusters which play a prominent role in the theory of thealkali halides. As displayed from upper left to lower right and reading across, the

units are: positive-ion

**vacancy**; negative-ion**vacancy**; coupled pair of**vacancies**...Page 487

viho. m wi so dio it or of e lo' asso * It o so o: o,

temperature, and the slope of the plot of log a vs. 1/kT gives essentially E1, the

barrier activitation energy for the jumping of positive ion

Representative ...

viho. m wi so dio it or of e lo' asso * It o so o: o,

**vacancies**is independent oftemperature, and the slope of the plot of log a vs. 1/kT gives essentially E1, the

barrier activitation energy for the jumping of positive ion

**vacancies**.Representative ...

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plotting the log of the excess resistivity against 1/T he is able to determine from

the slope the energy Ef for the formation of a lattice

9.3 + 0.5, 9.1 + 0.1, and 9.1 + 0.1 kcal/ mole for Li, Na, and K, respectively.

plotting the log of the excess resistivity against 1/T he is able to determine from

the slope the energy Ef for the formation of a lattice

**vacancy**, finding the values9.3 + 0.5, 9.1 + 0.1, and 9.1 + 0.1 kcal/ mole for Li, Na, and K, respectively.

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