## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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A scalar such as density is written without subscripts (for

components of a vector have one subscript (for

components of a second-rank tensor have two subscripts (for

number of ...

A scalar such as density is written without subscripts (for

**example**, density p); thecomponents of a vector have one subscript (for

**example**, Es); and thecomponents of a second-rank tensor have two subscripts (for

**example**, gia). Thenumber of ...

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For

are free suffixes here and k, l are dummy suffixes. Note that the order of the

members of a product does not matter in this notation; for

term on ...

For

**example**, we might have an equation of this sort: At;+ Bir Co Do, - Eik F.;; i,jare free suffixes here and k, l are dummy suffixes. Note that the order of the

members of a product does not matter in this notation; for

**example**, the secondterm on ...

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Thus, for

survives. Clearly, only those duo which have a single 3 or three 3's will remain.

The nonvanishing moduli are therefore those in bold type in the array: dul dua

dus ...

Thus, for

**example**, dias — —diss, and so diss = 0; but dias-> dias, and so diessurvives. Clearly, only those duo which have a single 3 or three 3's will remain.

The nonvanishing moduli are therefore those in bold type in the array: dul dua

dus ...

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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