## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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have E - [lı E, l, E, ls E].

of j parallel to E is the sum of the components of j each resolved along E, namely

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**hence**. a. conductivity. It. may. be. proved. that ... Applying E in this direction wehave E - [lı E, l, E, ls E].

**Hence**, from (31), j = [oil, E, oel, E, oals E]. The componentof j parallel to E is the sum of the components of j each resolved along E, namely

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For illustration we may recall here, without proof, the expressions for Ee, E, and P

in three simple cases which are treated in detail in the textbooks: (a) A long

isotropic rod in a uniform field Ea parallel to its length. E. = 0, and E = Ea.

P ...

For illustration we may recall here, without proof, the expressions for Ee, E, and P

in three simple cases which are treated in detail in the textbooks: (a) A long

isotropic rod in a uniform field Ea parallel to its length. E. = 0, and E = Ea.

**Hence**P ...

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, dazz --dau, dass -> -dass. (26) Thus, for example, dustransforms into –deas. But

we know that, since the crystal possesses this 4 axis, dus must transform into ...

**Hence**, 113 -> -dias, dals - dias, dail-> -dazz, data - dam, dias - dals, doza -> -dus, dazz --dau, dass -> -dass. (26) Thus, for example, dustransforms into –deas. But

we know that, since the crystal possesses this 4 axis, dus must transform into ...

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### Contents

THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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