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REFERENCES S . Bhagavantam and T . Venkatarayudu , Theory of groups and

its application to physical problems , Andhara University , Waltair , 2nd ed . , 1951

. W . L . Bragg , The crystalline state , Vol . I . , G . Bell and Sons , Ltd . ,

REFERENCES S . Bhagavantam and T . Venkatarayudu , Theory of groups and

its application to physical problems , Andhara University , Waltair , 2nd ed . , 1951

. W . L . Bragg , The crystalline state , Vol . I . , G . Bell and Sons , Ltd . ,

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abandoned , and that we should take instead as the fundamental equation ( 16 .

22 ) c curl Aj = - H , which is postulated to replace Ohm ' s law in superconductors

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F . and H .

**London**17 therefore suggested that the acceleration equation beabandoned , and that we should take instead as the fundamental equation ( 16 .

22 ) c curl Aj = - H , which is postulated to replace Ohm ' s law in superconductors

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29 ) become equal to each other , the third term being negligible in the region of

validity of ordinary conductivity theory . We see then that the transition in behavior

occurs when the skin depth for eddy currents is equal to the

29 ) become equal to each other , the third term being negligible in the region of

validity of ordinary conductivity theory . We see then that the transition in behavior

occurs when the skin depth for eddy currents is equal to the

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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