## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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As an example of the derivation of this

consider the parallel plate condenser of Fig. 4.3 a connected to a battery. If there

is a change in the polarization of the crystal, new surface charges, do and —do

per ...

As an example of the derivation of this

**expression**in a special case we mayconsider the parallel plate condenser of Fig. 4.3 a connected to a battery. If there

is a change in the polarization of the crystal, new surface charges, do and —do

per ...

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Principal effects. The following

measurement affect the coefficients describing the principal effects. The first of

them has already been obtained in § 2.2. The derivation of the other

is similar, ...

Principal effects. The following

**expressions**show how the conditions ofmeasurement affect the coefficients describing the principal effects. The first of

them has already been obtained in § 2.2. The derivation of the other

**expressions**is similar, ...

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(i) The thermoelectric e.m.f. An

in terms of the X's for the two metals is obtained by integrating equation (21)

round the circuit of Fig. 12.1. In the steady state jo = 0 and (21), which takes the

form ...

(i) The thermoelectric e.m.f. An

**expression**for the thermoelectric e.m.f. in a couplein terms of the X's for the two metals is obtained by integrating equation (21)

round the circuit of Fig. 12.1. In the steady state jo = 0 and (21), which takes the

form ...

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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