## Introduction to Solid State Physicsproblems after each chapter |

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CHARACTERISTICS OF CUBIC LATTICES Simple Body - Centered Face -

Centered Unit cell volume a3 a3 Lattice points per cell Lattice points per unit

volume 1 / a3 Nearest

CHARACTERISTICS OF CUBIC LATTICES Simple Body - Centered Face -

Centered Unit cell volume a3 a3 Lattice points per cell Lattice points per unit

volume 1 / a3 Nearest

**neighbor**distance 340 / 2 a / 242 Number of nearest**neighbors**...Page 67

That is , each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

nearest

while a closest - packed structure would require twelve nearest

That is , each carbon atom will be at the center of the tetrahedron formed by the

nearest

**neighbor**atoms . ... tetrahedral bond allows only four nearest**neighbors**,while a closest - packed structure would require twelve nearest

**neighbor**atoms .Page 97

If a is the nearest

homogeneous pure strain U = Naa " ( exx ... We note that with only nearest

does not ...

If a is the nearest

**neighbor**distance , we may write for the energy density for ahomogeneous pure strain U = Naa " ( exx ... We note that with only nearest

**neighbor**forces on the central force assumption ( B = 0 ) the simple cubic latticedoes not ...

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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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