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It should be emphasized that the Bragg

periodicity of the structure , and the

composition or arrangement of the atoms associated with the reflecting planes .

The latter ...

It should be emphasized that the Bragg

**equation**results from the fundamentalperiodicity of the structure , and the

**equation**does not refer to the actualcomposition or arrangement of the atoms associated with the reflecting planes .

The latter ...

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which the potential energy V ( r ) of the electron is a function of the position r . In

this

which is constant . The function is the wave function or eigenfunction , and has ...

which the potential energy V ( r ) of the electron is a function of the position r . In

this

**equation**, 92 92 92 p2 = 0 ? Dy ? x 022 ; ħ = h / 27 ; and E is the total energy ,which is constant . The function is the wave function or eigenfunction , and has ...

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... superconductivity , 456 Local fields , perovskite structure , 192 London

213 Langevin ...

... superconductivity , 456 Local fields , perovskite structure , 192 London

**equations**, superconductivity , 464 Long range ... 215 Langevin - Debye**equation**, 171 Langevin diamagnetism ,**equation**, 207 Langevin function , 170 ,213 Langevin ...

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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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