## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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Explicitly, when the direct effect is Written P = diskosk, (3) the converse effect is

written ejo = duo Er (19) The proof of this equality of the coefficients is based on

thermodynamical reasoning and is given in Chapter X. Since ess = es; it

Explicitly, when the direct effect is Written P = diskosk, (3) the converse effect is

written ejo = duo Er (19) The proof of this equality of the coefficients is based on

thermodynamical reasoning and is given in Chapter X. Since ess = es; it

**follows**...Page 134

It

The matrix notation The symmetry of suit and cult in the first two and the last two

suffixes makes it possible to use the matrix notation introduced in the preceding ...

It

**follows**that the elastic stiffness constants cool also form a fourth-rank tensor. 2.The matrix notation The symmetry of suit and cult in the first two and the last two

suffixes makes it possible to use the matrix notation introduced in the preceding ...

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The order of magnitude of the secondary effect may be found as

produces a piezoelectric strain, e = d E. This produces in turn a change in B

given by AB = pe = (pd).E. According to the rough figures we have been using,

the ...

The order of magnitude of the secondary effect may be found as

**follows**. A field Eproduces a piezoelectric strain, e = d E. This produces in turn a change in B

given by AB = pe = (pd).E. According to the rough figures we have been using,

the ...

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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