## Physical Properties of Crystals |

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will give a change in refractive index by the

very like that of primary and secondary pyroelectricity (Ch. X, § 4.4). The electro-

optical effect that would be obtained if the crystal were not allowed to strain is ...

will give a change in refractive index by the

**photoelastic effect**. The situation isvery like that of primary and secondary pyroelectricity (Ch. X, § 4.4). The electro-

optical effect that would be obtained if the crystal were not allowed to strain is ...

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In the two-suffix notation the

7mnon (m, n = 1,2,..., 6), (24) where trmn = Tijki, when n = 1, 2, or 3; trimm =

2miski, when n = 4, 5 or 6. In general, 7mn # 7mm. In terms of the one-suffix

strains the ...

In the two-suffix notation the

**photoelastic effect**may then be written as ABm =7mnon (m, n = 1,2,..., 6), (24) where trmn = Tijki, when n = 1, 2, or 3; trimm =

2miski, when n = 4, 5 or 6. In general, 7mn # 7mm. In terms of the one-suffix

strains the ...

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Kerr effect, 243. Kronecker delta, 34. Lattice, 276. — planes, 276. Lead nitrate,

255. Leakage of charge in dielectrics, 71. ...

coefficients, 244. effect of crystal symmetry, 245–54. in cubic crystals, 249–54.

Kerr effect, 243. Kronecker delta, 34. Lattice, 276. — planes, 276. Lead nitrate,

255. Leakage of charge in dielectrics, 71. ...

**Photoelastic effect**, 241–58, 291.coefficients, 244. effect of crystal symmetry, 245–54. in cubic crystals, 249–54.

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THE GROUND WORK OF CRYSTAL PHYSICS | 3 |

Summary | 29 |

EQUILIBRIUM PROPERTIES | 45 |

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