## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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To explore the structure of crystals we require waves which interact with atoms

and which have a

crystals; that is, we require a

Radiation of ...

To explore the structure of crystals we require waves which interact with atoms

and which have a

**wavelength**comparable with the interatomic spacing incrystals; that is, we require a

**wavelength**of the order of 1 A (= 10^* cm).Radiation of ...

Page 113

There is also a maximum in the intensity reflected from the surface of a crystal,

and the position of this maximum is close" to the

absorption is a maximum. The

...

There is also a maximum in the intensity reflected from the surface of a crystal,

and the position of this maximum is close" to the

**wavelength**for which theabsorption is a maximum. The

**wavelength**at maximum reflection is known as the...

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This is a reasonable magnitude for a characteristic atomic oscillation frequency: it

is of the order of the Reststrahl frequencies discussed in the last chapter, and

also of the order of the frequency associated with an acoustical

...

This is a reasonable magnitude for a characteristic atomic oscillation frequency: it

is of the order of the Reststrahl frequencies discussed in the last chapter, and

also of the order of the frequency associated with an acoustical

**wavelength**of an...

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