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The allowed energy levels are quantized in this way , other values of the energy

being excluded as the corresponding y ' s do not satisfy the boundary

It is often convenient , particularly in three dimensions , to introduce the ...

The allowed energy levels are quantized in this way , other values of the energy

being excluded as the corresponding y ' s do not satisfy the boundary

**conditions**.It is often convenient , particularly in three dimensions , to introduce the ...

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To satisfy these two

boundary planes of each polyhedron . ... The cubes show the unit cells in either

case . sphere is determined by the

To satisfy these two

**conditions**the normal derivative duo / on must vanish on theboundary planes of each polyhedron . ... The cubes show the unit cells in either

case . sphere is determined by the

**condition**that the volume of the s sphere be ...Page 585

We note that the Bragg

also marks the boundaries on the KronigPenney model . At the boundary the

wave functions are standing waves which do not carry current . For k just above

the ...

We note that the Bragg

**condition**for reflection is also k = in / a , and this**condition**also marks the boundaries on the KronigPenney model . At the boundary the

wave functions are standing waves which do not carry current . For k just above

the ...

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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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