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We compare the calculated Coulomb energy with the

energy , and then estimate n on the basis of Eq . ( 3 . 5 ) . U ( Coulomb ) U , (

Nal 180 ...

We compare the calculated Coulomb energy with the

**observed**total bindingenergy , and then estimate n on the basis of Eq . ( 3 . 5 ) . U ( Coulomb ) U , (

**observed**) Substance ( kcal / mole ) ( kcal / mole ) NaCl 206 183 NaBr 195 173Nal 180 ...

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metals is reproduced from this paper in Table 11 . 3 . The TABLE 11 . 3 .

COMPARISON OF

ELECTRICAL ...

**observed**and calculated values of the conductivity of a number of monovalentmetals is reproduced from this paper in Table 11 . 3 . The TABLE 11 . 3 .

COMPARISON OF

**OBSERVED**AND CALCULATED VALUES OF THEELECTRICAL ...

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It is possible to compare values of the diffusion constant determined directly by

this method with values determined from

the Einstein relation . It is found that the two sets of values do not usually agree ...

It is possible to compare values of the diffusion constant determined directly by

this method with values determined from

**observed**conductivities with the use ofthe Einstein relation . It is found that the two sets of values do not usually agree ...

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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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