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The capital letter indicates the direction of the force , and the subscript indicates

the normal to the plane to which the force is

X , represents a force

The capital letter indicates the direction of the force , and the subscript indicates

the normal to the plane to which the force is

**applied**. Thus the stress componentX , represents a force

**applied**in the x direction to a unit area of a plane whose ...Page 180

14 )

is the Bohr radius . ( b ) Consider a semiclassical model of the ground state of the

hydrogen atom in an electric field normal to the plane of the orbit , and show that

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**applied**to the first Bohr orbit of the hydrogen atom gives a = ano , where ayis the Bohr radius . ( b ) Consider a semiclassical model of the ground state of the

hydrogen atom in an electric field normal to the plane of the orbit , and show that

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Effect of an

The effect of

significant rectification , e x the

which is 0 .

Effect of an

**applied**voltage on the current flow through the contact of Fig . 14 . ...The effect of

**applying**a voltage to the contact is shown in Fig . ... To getsignificant rectification , e x the

**applied**voltage must be comparable with kT ,which is 0 .

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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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