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9 ) , to ( 4 : 25 ) paid = cu o not cur ( * + 4 ) C1 I a2 , + ( C12 + C44 ) 4 ) lax ay +

a2w ox oz ) One solution is

moving along the x cube edge ; from ( 1 . 25 ) - wapo = – k c11 , so that the

velocity is ...

9 ) , to ( 4 : 25 ) paid = cu o not cur ( * + 4 ) C1 I a2 , + ( C12 + C44 ) 4 ) lax ay +

a2w ox oz ) One solution is

**given**by a longitudinal wave , u = Upei ( wl - kr ) .moving along the x cube edge ; from ( 1 . 25 ) - wapo = – k c11 , so that the

velocity is ...

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14 ) by a factor of 3 ; however , in quantum mechanics the total spin angular

momentum is

the total magnetic moment must be

becomes ...

14 ) by a factor of 3 ; however , in quantum mechanics the total spin angular

momentum is

**given**by ( S ( S + 1 ) ] } = ( 3 ) 44 rather than by S = t ; accordinglythe total magnetic moment must be

**given**by u = ( 3 ) 4uB ; therefore ( 9 . 20 )becomes ...

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Representative values of E + are

frequency vt as ( 17 . 19 ) vt = vore - E + / kT , it is found that vor has a value close

to 1014 sec - for NaCl and KCI . One expects atomic vibrational frequencies to be

...

Representative values of E + are

**given**in Table 17 . 1 . If we express the jumpfrequency vt as ( 17 . 19 ) vt = vore - E + / kT , it is found that vor has a value close

to 1014 sec - for NaCl and KCI . One expects atomic vibrational frequencies to be

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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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