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forms , of equal parts of

a ) . ... must show that the two solutions 1 , 42 correspond to different values of the

energy , even though the functions have the same values of the

forms , of equal parts of

**waves**traveling to the right ( eiti / a ) and to the left ( e - ir /a ) . ... must show that the two solutions 1 , 42 correspond to different values of the

energy , even though the functions have the same values of the

**wave**vector .Page 274

referring to Fig . 11.1 ( b ) , an energy gap of width AE . The

points A will be 42 , and the

be 41 .

**wave**. If the potential energies of y 1 and 2 differ by an amount AE we have ,referring to Fig . 11.1 ( b ) , an energy gap of width AE . The

**wave**function atpoints A will be 42 , and the

**wave**function above the energy gap at points B willbe 41 .

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there is a certain inconsistency between the discussion of the preceding chapter ,

in which we emphasized the usefulness of the free electron model as applied ...

**WAVE**FUNCTIONS FOR ZERO**WAVE**VECTOR It may appear to the reader thatthere is a certain inconsistency between the discussion of the preceding chapter ,

in which we emphasized the usefulness of the free electron model as applied ...

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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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