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motions of two successive particles in the chain are described by the ratio un / un

+ 1 = e - ika , which reduces to - 1 for k = km , so a la Fig . 5 . 2 . Plot of frequency

...

**Values**of k outside these limits do not give us anything new : for example , themotions of two successive particles in the chain are described by the ratio un / un

+ 1 = e - ika , which reduces to - 1 for k = km , so a la Fig . 5 . 2 . Plot of frequency

...

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The

agreement with

over possible propagation directions is carried out : © ( thermal ) © ( elastic ) ...

The

**values**of 0 obtained from thermal data at low temperatures are in quite goodagreement with

**values**of calculated from elastic data when a suitable averagingover possible propagation directions is carried out : © ( thermal ) © ( elastic ) ...

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There is considerable interest in knowing the

function of the electron concentration N . The number of states having n less than

a ... hold NLP electrons at absolute zero , all n

10 .

There is considerable interest in knowing the

**value**of the Fermi level as afunction of the electron concentration N . The number of states having n less than

a ... hold NLP electrons at absolute zero , all n

**values**must then be filled up to (10 .

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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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