## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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These are, of course, subject to any restrictions that the symmetry of the crystal

may impose (see

diamagnetic along a particular one of the principal axes if is for that direction is

respectively ...

These are, of course, subject to any restrictions that the symmetry of the crystal

may impose (see

**Table**3, p. 23). A crystal is said to be paramagnetic ordiamagnetic along a particular one of the principal axes if is for that direction is

respectively ...

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O - - - O The notation used here has already been described (see the key to

-zero component; a line joining two heavy dots means that the two components

are ...

O - - - O The notation used here has already been described (see the key to

**Table**9): a light dot denotes a component that is zero; a heavy dot denotes a non-zero component; a line joining two heavy dots means that the two components

are ...

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Hence, 711 = 722 = 733, 712 = 723 = 731, 713 = 721 = 732, 744 = 7755 = 766,

as shown in

operating with one of the other triad axes as well. Formulae (33) and (34) refer to

a ...

Hence, 711 = 722 = 733, 712 = 723 = 731, 713 = 721 = 732, 744 = 7755 = 766,

as shown in

**Table**15. The vanishing of the other coefficients is obtained byoperating with one of the other triad axes as well. Formulae (33) and (34) refer to

a ...

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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