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WAVE

there is a certain inconsistency ... the same time the wave

unlike a plane wave , but may pile up charge on the positive ion cores much as ...

WAVE

**FUNCTIONS**FOR ZERO WAVE VECTOR It may appear to the reader thatthere is a certain inconsistency ... the same time the wave

**function**may be quiteunlike a plane wave , but may pile up charge on the positive ion cores much as ...

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The wave

determined by solving ( 11 . 32 ) is shown in Fig . 11 . 11 . It may be noted that the

The wave

**function**of lowest state in the conduction ( 33 ) band of metallic sodiumdetermined by solving ( 11 . 32 ) is shown in Fig . 11 . 11 . It may be noted that the

**function**is practically constant over 90 percent of the atomic volume . To the ...Page 494

It is convenient to think of the wave

combinations of roughly equal parts of the lowest available s and p orbitals , the p

...

It is convenient to think of the wave

**function**as a linear combination of alkali atom**functions**centered about the six alkali metal ... The alkali**functions**are linearcombinations of roughly equal parts of the lowest available s and p orbitals , the p

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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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